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Spicer's Doorway (door frame)

'Spicer's Doorway': An oak door frame: .1 and .2: Oak door frame consisting of left and right side. Each consist of door jambs with shallow moulded ogee, at right angles to this the shallow pointed arch door frame, in corner between moulded pilasters. .3 and .4: Oak door surround in two halves with a pointed arch. Each half is curved: open-work arched window, at base ogee arch with rosette above. Circles with three interlocking paisleys, another paisley to fill space; side with board protrusion along top which presumably slots into lintel. Some repairs made.
.5: Oak door lintel with three tenons on upper surface. Lower surface recessed to make shallow straight-sided pointed arch with central keystone moulding of wood. Large mortice holes for joints of jambs.
.6: Main door and frame section.

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