FINISHES

Brushed Bronze

This is dark bronze that is lacquered for extra protection. Its appeal lies in its intense brown appeal and natural variation in tones with imperfections that lie in the bronze itself to give it that raw look.

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Polished Brass

For that classic luxurious look, none can beat this polished brass. It’s protected with lacquer to prevent ageing and will remain shiny and mirror-like. it’s more likely to show fingerprints, water spots, and damage than matte finishes.

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Satin Bronze

It is typically a rich, deep brown shade with golden undertones that gives it that antique look. A lacquer protects the finish from day to day usage.

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Unlacquered Brass

This is raw brass unlacquered that is shiny at first after being hand polished. The beauty is in the ageing process which takes place naturally and creates a unique patina. It can be regularly cleaned to maintain that fresh look or left to reveal a beautiful well-worn and vintage like appearance with an urban twist.

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Unlacquered Brushed Bronze

Perfect for anyone that’s into rustic finishes, the bronze used here is unlacquered. As such, it will darken even more than its lacquered sister and bring out the imperfections more boldly. Scratches and damage just add to the appeal. Where used more frequently will expose the brass underneath.

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Unlacquered Satin brass

This satin brass is matte in appearance and has light, warm and shiny hues. Its brushed finish is given by hand sateen raw brass components. It’s a living finish, which means it will age gracefully over time and develop a unique patina.

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Unlacquered Satin Bronze

Just like it’s sister, this has the very same composition as Satin Bronze, but it’s purposefully left unlacquered so as to bring out warm mellow tones that pop out with age. As this is a natural living finish the finish will naturally oxidize and patina over time.

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Copper

Our antique Copper produces one of the darkest antique looks while still remaining shiny enough to stand out on its own. Copper is created to convey a sense of traditional style, which can be used to great effect in heritage homes.

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Chrome

Polished and very shiny, this standard finish is used in both decorative and industrial purposes because it is corrosion-resistant and has a high level of lustre. Chrome keeps your taps looking newer for longer. A brilliant finish that is easy to clean and resists soiling.

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Matte Black

This finish is a powder coating over a brass base. For that ultra-modern and industrial look matte black does it the best. Matte black is almost shiny yet dull bringing out a sophisticated yet simple look.

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Brushed Nickel

Brushed nickel displays some eye-popping gold and silver hues and has a variety of applications. With time it reacts with the environment for a duller but just as stunning look.

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