USA: Antique Doors: Antique Door Manufacturers
ABOUT ANTIQUE DOORS
Antique doors are recovered from demolished or refurbished buildings, and typically date from 1850 to 1930. Some suppliers carry antique doors from as early as 1730. They can be used in refurbishment of old buildings, and to give character to newly constructed buildings.
Antique doors may be of simple wooden panel construction, or may be more
elaborate in shape and design. Some of the most sought after doors carry
leaded glazing, which may be stained into panels of color. The more elaborate
antique doors are made from quality hardwoods including oak and mahogany.
LEADING USA SUPPLIERS
The following leading suppliers have comprehensive websites, with information on all aspects, including illustrated online catalogs.
Old House Parts. The Old House Parts company specialises in architectural salvage, including antique doors, covering the period 1730 to 1930. It occupies a large 1872 freight warehouse in Kennebunk, Maine. It is a revolving museum of architectural salvage including paneling, moldings, fireplace mantles, antique doors and antique windows, cabinets, wainscoting, antique plumbing fixtures and architectural salvage lighting fixtures for home improvement. The company is experienced in dismantling and moving old barns and houses as well as supplying salvage details and old house hardware.
Oley Valley Architectural Antiques. Oley Valley Architectural Antiques is based in and 18,000 sq.ft. building in Denver, Pennsylvania. This area is known as the antiques capital of the USA. Oley Valley specialises in reclaimed stained and leaded glass windows, fireplace mantels, leaded doors and iron gates from the period 1850 to 1920. It has over 100 leaded reclaimed doors in stock. Oley Valley Architectural Antiques also carries a large range of carved Victorian furniture including back bars and front bars, sideboards, bedroom and dining room sets, desks, tables, pedestals, and mirrors.
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