Charming, vintage shutter salvaged from the former home of Fred Woolworth in Monmouth Maine. If you're unfamiliar with the name, "Woolworth," their family began one of the largest retail stores in the world: "Woolworths." Originally, their stores were "five(cent)-and-dime" stores (the early 99-cent or discount stores), but now, they focus on sporting goods, and own and operate, "Footlocker."
The huge home built on the family's 2,000 acre estate was built in 1952 and this shutter was original to the home's construction. It's made of solid pine or Douglas Fir and is painted hunter green on both sides.
Originally, this shutter was a part of a pair, however, we didn't get its mate. Just be aware that it has one rabbeted or stepped edge, which allowed it to interlock with its mate-shutter. You could leave these edge on or cut them off. If you cut it off, the shutter will be 1/4" narrower (10 3/4"W).
The shutter is strong, sturdy, and in great shape with only surface scrapes, scratches, small nail holes--minor cosmetic blemishes, which would be sanded out and/or covered once painted.
Modification: We could modify the shutter to suite your needs. We could trim or add to the height or width; replace louver portions with glass, wood, or screen; cut it in half to make 2 short shutters; etc. Email us with a small description of what you would like done, and we'll give you a quote.
11"W x 49 1/2"H (48 1/2" not inc. gap at the bottom) x 1 1/8"