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Pair of French Art Deco Wrought Iron Gates

2 Pair of French Art Deco wrought iron gates with handles having a vertical grid surrounded by a border of wavy bars with scrolls and a sunburst design on lower corner (PRICE PER PAIR)

Art Deco wrought iron gates in Sun Ray design c.1920; for sidelite at front door (frosted glass)

Art Deco wrought iron gates in Sun Ray design for sidelite at front door (frosted glass)

Front Entry Gate, hand made with steel plate and flat bar. Might work for wine room entrance.

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Pantry doors I like the design and color DIY French Door Fretwork Panels (Plus Tips On Using A Jigsaw) Door to laundry room OR closet doors! OR doors to pantry

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This Art Deco entryway is one of a series of art glass door panels in this contemporary styled high-rise Chicago condominium. The curved lines, geometric shapes and contrasting glass colour & texture help to identify this as an art deco piece.

Outdoor Hurricane Wall Panel, Brown - Neiman Marcus

Outdoor Hurricane Wall Panel

Outdoor Hurricane Wall Panel - Horchow ~~Great for the outdoor Patio AND would also look amazing inside the home!

A pair of Patinated Wrought-Iron Doors (1920s) by French designer  decorator Raymond Subes (1893-1970). Backed with mirrored panels in wrought-iron frames; each panel 107.25 in high, 29.75 in wide. via Christie's

A pair of Patinated Wrought-Iron Doors by French designer decorator Raymond Subes Backed with mirrored panels in wrought-iron frames;

a pair of green painted Art Deco iron doors, rectangular design, except for center panels with curving / looping design    the doors do not have glass in them    they are open like a gate. France, 1930

Art Deco Iron Doors attributed to Raymond Subes

a pair of green painted Art Deco iron doors, rectangular design, except for center panels with curving / looping design the doors do not have glass in them they are open like a gate. France, 1930 Doors leading into home theater.

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