Doors Custom Hand Carved Designs
Hand Carved By Our Master Carvers – Hand Forged Matching Door Pull – Heat Applied Patina Finish – Fine Art Entrance Door – Designed From Antiquity – 3″ thick Solid Exotic Timber – Hand Hewn, Mortise And Tenon Joined – Solid Full Length Timber (No fake laminates, scarf joints or glued up parts) – This Insures Your Door Will Stand The Test Of Time – Allowing Full Confidence In The Art Carving Investment – Full Structural Jamb With State Of The Art Commercial Standard Seals – Solid Hand Forged Wrought Iron – (No castings or hollow metals) – Hand Patina Finished – (No powder coating or faux paint finishes) – Structural Tempered Thermal Glass – Engineered To Twice Hurricane Code World Wide – Virtually Maintenance Free – Guaranteed Forever – Backed By Our Over Nine Decades Of Fine Craftsmanship Since 1913 </div id=”red18″>
We Build Doors In All Species Of Timber – Any Size – Exterior or Interior
Historical Origin And Design Inspiration
The Chateau de Castelnou (also called the Chateau Vicomtal) is a medieval castle in the commune of Castelnou (Catalan: Castellnou dels Aspres) in the French dpartement of Pyrnes-Orientales. From the late 10th century, the castle served as the administrative and military capital of the Viscount of Vallespir. Its irregular pentagonal plan follows the rocky outcrop on which it was built, this elevated position providing defence against enemy attacks. The castle was taken by the troops of James II of Majorca en 1286, and again in 1483. Largely demolished in 1559, it was no longer restored or inhabited and deteriorated throughout the 17th and 18th centuries. At the time of the French Revolution it became the property of the commune. It was sold to viscount Satg? in 1875 and, by 1900, had become again an elegant and habitable fortress. Having been ravaged by a terrible fire, in 1987 it was sold and has since been restored.
Hand Carved Entrance Door with Native American Indian