Custom Exterior Doors With Hand Carved Wolfs And Door Pulls
Hand carved and hand forged wolf door pulls. Custom doors handcrafted in America from the highest quality wood and materials. Our exterior wood doors are custom crafted for each client by our talented master level wood workers for luxury and artistry at ArtFactory.com. Order your dream door custom designed for your residential or commercial property, and make a first impression that reflects your personality and accomplishments. ArtFactory.com offers only the finest signature artistic doors and entrances, individually created by our expert craftsmen, wood carvers, and metal smiths; with no limitations on size, design, thickness or finish. We hand make interior and exterior doors in any style, size, and finish – limited only by your imagination. Contact us to discuss your designer door ideas at 1-800-292-0008.
Exterior Doors Custom Made by ArtFactory.com
Custom Exterior Door Hand Carved – As shown – Exotic Cedar
Solid wood exterior door, 3-inch thick wood hand hewn with mortise and tenon construction, full length air dried timber hand carved for beautiful design. Custom Door Pull HH264 and hardware made by master blacksmiths using hand forged wrought iron with patina finish. Structural jamb 3-inch thick with 1-inch rabbeted stop on pre-hung exterior door with all weather package. All custom doors includes adjustable heavy duty crush proof threshold, self-closing adjustable tension hinges, automatic mechanical door sweep, single cylinder deadbolt, and roller style door latches. Side light panels are 3/4-inch thermal insulated tempered clear glass.
Custom Entry Doors – Historical Origin & Design Inspiration
Wolfscastle (Welsh: Casblaidd) also spelt Wolf’s Castle, is a village in Pembrokeshire, between Haverfordwest and Fishguard, in southwest Wales. Musland Farm was once the residence of Captain William Davies Evans, the first utiliser of the Evans Gambit in chess. The castle formed part of the series of defences constructed by the Normans after 1093 known as the Landsker Line, providing a general boundary between the English-speaking south and the Welsh-speaking north.
Folklore Wolfscastle’s claim to fame is that it is allegedly the place where the last wild wolf in the British Isles was slain. Nearby, east of Treffgarne gorge lies the hamlet of Little Treffgarne, where the Welsh national hero, Owain Glyndŵr (or the Anglicised version, Glendower) was born according to local folklore in 1353. (Most historical sources quote him as being born c. 1359). This was mainly because the area was home to members of the family of Glyndwr’s mother. Another legend of the area claims that a local medium, Sarah Bevan, prophesied the arrival of the railway after experiencing a vision in the 18th century. The vision was described as a line of carts moving through the centre of Treffgarne gorge at high speed, with the frontmost cart on fire, heralding the coming of the as yet uninvented steam locomotive on rails.