Each panel is about 7/8 inches thick. Rice is for this listing is for one ceiling panel - 69.5 INCHES BY 69.5 INCHES. These pieces of wainscot panels were originally located in a Southern mansion.They are made of oak and a few may be mahoghany. See photo - there are other square panels in New Orleans that would match this ceiling panel-When cleaned and refinished they will have a wonderful patina. The extra pieces might help complete your project, yet such as the following. More in the similar style of 5 long panels in Montgomery Alabama location - they all came from an old mansion. One piece, 69 1/2" X 41"3/4" X 7/8". One piece, 98" X 14" X 7/8. One piece, 47" X 12" X 7/8. One piece, 38" X 12" X 7/8. One piece, 38" X 15,1/2" X 7/8.
Tiger oak is normally red oak that has a pattern it the grain that resembles tiger stripes. T iger oak is the natural grain in oak wood. It truly resembles the pattern of a tigers fur when stained or polished. These pieces were salvaged from the foyer of a demolished home.
Stripped they would be beautiful, but the wonderful aged look is great as is! SEE PHOTO OF THE PANELS REFINISHED AND IN OUR HOME.
All Panels are in very good condition-only need to be cleaned and possibly stripped and varnished-- maybe some nicks and scrapes due to their age but it adds to character. The panels are constructed very beautifully and they add shabby/chic sophistication, to your house.They are from the style and creativeness that was used during the Victorian Era, still very popular today but hard to find these old style of panels. Great for a restoration job.
These came from old Alabama homes and date back to the early 1900s. As you can see in the photos they are old and and in need of a good cleaning but nothing out of character on such old pieces. They can be easily varnished and stained to match your style and décor. What an elegant way to add an authentic Victorian flavor to your property.
The original collector of these architectural items began collecting antiques, and antique architectural accesories from the many old homes that were torn down in Montgomery from the years 1935- 1970 and storing them in his warehouse with the intent of eventually building a home with them. The item "Tiger Oak wood panel Wainscot Architectural Antique raised panel for Ceiling" is in sale since Tuesday, July 21, 2020.This item is in the category "Antiques\Architectural & Garden\Other Architectural Antiques". The seller is "deepsouthc" and is located in New Orleans, Louisiana. This item can't be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.