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Crescent Stained Glass Entry Double Doors | Craftsman Style Doors – DCW200


Crescent Stained Glass Entry Double Doors
The Beauty of Stained Glass and Radial Design

A twist on the classic design, our Double Doors with Crescent Stained Glass brings elegance and unity to any entrance.

Exterior Custom Stained Glass Entry Double Doors to Add Beauty and Intrigue

Stained glass can be found in use as far back as ancient Egypt, and one of the oldest window examples was found at St. Paul's Monastery in Jarrow, England, dated around 686 AD. Stained glass gained popularity during the Gothic period when it was used to create breathtaking murals for monumental cathedrals. The scenes depicted varied in shape and size with circles and lunettes (half-circles, or crescents, from the French word for moon, 'lune') being among the most used.

Stained Glass Entry Double Doors
Light shining through colorful stained glass

One of the most famous Cathedrals using radial (circular) design is the Reims Cathedral in France. Finished in 1291, it was the location for 25 coronations of the kings of France from 1223 to 1825. The large rose window towers above onlookers and is so finely crafted that it survived intact for more than 725 years.

A Majestic Handcrafted Door
Hand Carved in Fine Detail

Our custom entry doors capture a solid, sturdy design while adding beautiful, crescent stained glass to showcase the radial design of the great Cathedrals. Custom tailored to your needs, let us bring a touch of grandeur to your living space.

Let's get started! Call us today for your own Crescent Stained Glass Entry Double Doors: 1-800-292-0008


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  • The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica. (2014, April 17) Reims Cathedral. Encyclopaedia Britannica. Retrieved from


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