Edwardian Oak Glazed Door 1920s / 1930s Style
Edwardian Oak Glazed Door 1920s / 1930s Style additional 1Edwardian Oak Glazed Door 1920s / 1930s Style additional 2Edwardian Oak Glazed Door 1920s / 1930s Style additional 3Edwardian Oak Glazed Door 1920s / 1930s Style additional 4Edwardian Oak Glazed Door 1920s / 1930s Style additional 5Edwardian Oak Glazed Door 1920s / 1930s Style additional 6
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Description

The Edwardian is a grand traditional choice. An early 20th century design, it has stood the test of time.

This door looks fantastic throughout the home and blends well with many styles. It is very popular with customers looking to update a 1920's or 1930's property. This door is glazed to allow more light through to help keep your home light and spacious. 

We also have 11mm lipping's on all our doors allowing for up to 7mm to be taken off from each side and 25mm from the bottom on installation, ensuring a perfect fit for all frames.

Our glass is a toughened safety glass (Sometimes known as Tempered) that meets BS6206 Class A. It also meets the EU12600 standard. This means that if broken the glass shatters rather than breaking into shards that could cause great harm.

  • Buy 4inch hinges to use with our glazed doors
  • Free delivery on 5 or more doors

Additional information

Height1981 mm
GlazingToughened safety glass (BS6206 / EU12600)
Door Thickness35mm
Door Weight20.5 - 23.6 kg
MaterialOak
Opening DirectionLeft or Right
ReversibleYes
Core TypeWood particle board core
FinishUnfinished
Trimming From Sides7mm (sides), 25mm (bottom)
ColourNatural

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Measuring Guides

Follow these steps to be able to quickly and accurately measure your doorway to make sure you get doors that fit your space perfectly.

1. Measure the width of the doorway (A)

Take this measurement in three places:

  • Once towards the very top.
  • Once in the middle.
  • Once just above floor level.

There may be a slight variation in the width between the top and bottom of the frame – if this is the case then use the shortest measurement.

 

2. Measure the height of the doorway (B)

Again, you should do this three times:

  • On the left.
  • In the centre.
  • On the right.

There is usually a small difference in the frame, particularly in older houses, and you need to make sure your door fits the smallest space.

Note: if there is a big difference in any one set of measurements (width or height) you may need to replace or realign the door frame before installing your doors.

 

3. Take both measurements again

It is important that these measurements are accurate, so take them twice just to be sure. 

Being meticulous with your measurements might feel time-consuming when your taking them but it is worth it! It is far more hassle to discover your doors don’t fit half-way through hanging them, and far more expensive too if you’re no longer able to return or exchange them.

 

4. Find the right size

Check the size dropdowns on all our doors to see what sizes are available.

We have 11mm lipping's on all our doors allowing for up to 7mm to be taken off from each side and 25mm from the bottom on installation, ensuring a perfect fit for all frames.

Customer Reviews5.05 5.0/5 Based on 2 reviews

5

ClassicReviewed by Mrs D E Barratt on 29 Apr 2022

What beautiful doors that give us the exact classic look, nice and solid and was fast delivery.

5

Let there be lightReviewed by F Cuthbert on 07 Apr 2022

These doors have transformed our downstairs, our lounge and kitchen are much lighter but we don't need to worry about our kids running into the glass.

Delivery Costs - UK Mainland

OrderPostcodesPriceDelivery Time
1-4 DoorsUK Mainland£382-4 working days from despatch
5+ DoorsUK MainlandFREE2-4 working days from despatch
Door HardwareUK Mainland£82-4 working days from despatch

We will deliver to the following countries and territories: England, Scotland and Wales.

You will be kept informed about the status of your order regularly and can expect to receive:

  • An email from us when you place your order and also when your order is acknowledged & shipped.
  • An email and text from our courier Panther to confirm they have you order and confirming the due delivery date. 
  • You will also receive a text & email the day before your delivery due date with the allocated time window of the delivery.
  • On the day of your delivery, this will be reconfirmed in the morning and you will get a pre-delivery call from the driver 45-60 minutes before the driver is due to arrive letting you know they will be one of their next drops.
  • You can also track the progress of their delivery in real time with the tracking number provided at https://pgtrack.com/

Delivery Costs - Scotland, Channel Islands & Offshore Islands

OrderArea & PostcodesPriceDelivery Time
1-4 DoorsLower Scotland - DG, EH, G, KA, ML, TD£485-7 days from despatch
5+ DoorsLower Scotland - DG, EH, G, KA, ML, TD£105-7 days from despatch
1-4 DoorsScottish Highlands - AB, DD, FK, IV, KW, KY, PA, PH £585-10 days from despatch
5+ DoorsScottish Highlands - AB, DD, FK, IV, KW, KY, PA, PH £205-10 days from despatch
1-4 DoorsOffshore & Channel Islands - GY, HS, IM, JE, ZE£1033-10 days from despatch
5+ DoorsOffshore & Channel Islands - GY, HS, IM, JE, ZE£653-10 days from despatch

As well as additional charges, the areas as stated above also have different delivery times, please see our delivery page for more information

Read our full delivery policy here.

Returns

We accept 14 days returns as long as they are :

a) Unused and in the original packaging

b) Undamaged

c) We will issue refund less the cost of delivery, and any subsequent collection costs.

T&C's apply - see full policy for details here.

 

 

Hi, is this door suitable for use as a back door? I can’t see reference to whether it is internal or external. Thanks.
These doors are just for internal use only.