Concave Stone Wall with Arch and Huge Blue Double Doors
Though the wall into which these oversized double doors are set is concave, the doors, of course, are not. The double doors form a true, or rounded arch. Each door is framed with four panels. The top most panel is a quarter of a circle, or a wedge, and is raised. The panel below is a narrow horizontal panel, into which a chain-link geometric pattern has been carved. The last two panels are separated by a rail, in the center of which is a semi-circle. Inside the semi-circle is a rosette, painted the same shade of indigo as the door. There is nothing noteworthy about the lowest panel. Because of the color of the enamel, the wear on the bottom rail is very obvious. These doors have no visible hardware other than a lock and two floor-mounted stops, indicating that the doors are inward-opening.