Brown Three Panel Double Doors Topped by Bow Window
Though the bow window atop these double wooden doors are missing several panes of glass, the doors themselves are in fairly good repair. Each door has three panels and is constructed of walnut, as is the bow window's casings and mullions. The top panel is the smallest of the three and the bolection, a raised molding, makes the raised rectangle located in the center of the panel even more pronounced. The second panel is the largest of the three and is cross-like in shape. Bolection adorns this panel, too, and the cross in the center of the panel is also raised. The third panel, located near the bottom rail, is a raised panel without bolection. In the center of the panel is a raised diamond, spanning the length of the rectangular panel. The doors have no noticeable hardware on their weather faces, suggesting that these are perhaps inward-opening doors.