We specialise in reclaimed doors from churches, castles and cathedrals including double doors, plank doors, arched doors, glazed doors and stained glass.
At UK Architectural Heritage, we stock hundreds of vintage doors in an array of styles. Whether you’re looking for interior or exterior, Victorian or Edwardian, oak or pine, we might just have the perfect door for you.
If you do need a little help, our antique door buying guide offers some useful tips to select the right reclaimed door for your project. Or you can book an appointment to view our selection at our reclamation yard in Herefordshire.
We’re continually looking to buy good quality antique doors too, and can collect throughout the UK. Contact us if you have something to sell.
An attractive 19th century clam shell shaped porch or door canopy. Pine construction, with a painted finish. Four carved pine corbel supports. Sheet lead roof covering. Additional Dimensions Overall Height 105 cm Overall width 292 cm Overall Depth 90 cm Depth once installed approx. 63 cm
A set of three reclaimed pine stripped doors. These originally were interior doors. Price is for the set of three doors. Dimensions Door 1 Height 207 cm Width 86 cm Depth 5 cm Door 2 Height 207 cm Width 86 cm Depth 5 cm Door 3 Height 206.5 cm Width 85.5 cm Depth
An early 20th century hardwood door with a varnished finish. Suitable as a front door. This comes with its original frame and top light. Accompanying opening light has number 47 lightly etched on the glass. This was reclaimed from a shop in London. Additional Dimensions Door Height 231.5 cm Width 99 cm Depth 4.6
An impressive set of pine double doors, complete with the architrave surround for both sides. These have a painted finish and are suitable for use as dividing doors. They were originally fitted as sliding or pocket doors.