We’re Loving This…18th Century Porte Tiercé

This 18th c. Porte Tiercé originally guarded the entrance to a courtyard in the heart of Beynac-et-Cazenac, a Village in the Dordogne Region of France.

The back of this monumental piece shows exquisite craftsmanship in both function and form. The hand-hammered hardware would have protected the residence while also serving as a focal point of the courtyard.

Rustic Gate Collage 2The commanding presence of this door would add character to any interior space.

We love impressive entrance doors and gates…Shop our other favorites below:

PicMonkey CollageRow 1 – 18th Century Spanish Doors / 17th Century Tuscan Doors / 18th Century French Doors

Row 2 – 18th Century Italian Doors / 18th Century French Doors / 18th Century Communication Doors

Row 3 – 17th Century Doors from Toulouse / Pair of Louis XV Doors / 18th Century Entrance Doors

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