Victorian Door - Woodgrained Surfaces - Forbes Etched Glass - White Primed
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Moulding style or shape may vary from that shown.
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The Victorian 2 panel and 2 pane door is a very popular internal white primed glazed door with a grained effect and is primed ready for painting.
The door is glazed with Forbes-style single toughened safety glass which is mainly opaque but with a clear border running near the edge of the pane, a small half round protruding bead frames each pane, the two lower panels are moulded with a raised and fielded finish.
The smaller 610mm, 686mm and 711mm sizes are available above as are the metric sizes of 726mm and 826mm.
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|Construction||See core icon at the top of the product page.|
|Thickness||35mm or 40mm|
|Adjustment||This door can be trimmed by 6mm on each edge.|
|Quality||All doors are white primed, not prefinished and will therefore require small amounts of filling and sanding at the glazing beads where they may be slightly rough or where the mitres are joined.|