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Walnut Cloakroom Doors Reclaimed From Clothworkers' Hall


Along with various other pieces, these magnificent walnut doors were reclaimed from the cloakrooms at the Clothworkers' Hall, London. 

With three panels to one side of each door and gold signage, the doors come complete with original brass door furniture. 

We also have a large collection of more of the same doors without signage - please contact us for more information and stock levels

The Clothworkers Company is one of the Great Twelve Livery Companies of London,  it has been on the site of 50 Fenchurch Street since the Company was founded in 1528. As wool was one of England's main sources of wealth, The Clothworkers' was originally established to regulate the finishing of woven woollen cloth within the City of London, as years passed the remit of the company evolved into more charitable activities. Due to destruction over the years from the 1666 Great Fire of London to WW2 bombing, the current Hall is the sixth on the site. 

Price per single door

204cm Tall X 94cm Wide x 5cm Deep
Dimensions are approximate


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