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.
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.
Old BronzeOld Bronze is a darker tone of brass that gives right away an aged and vintage look. Its appeal lies in its natural variation in tones with imperfections that lie in the bronze itself to give it that raw look. It's very important to note that with time this finish tends to show the brass underneath. Areas which are frequently touched will lighten into a light, brass color.
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 develop golden highlights over time.
A finish with an instant aged look. Its worn appearance is achieved by placing raw brass tap ware into a tumbler containing small stones. As the product undergoes treatment, a weathered, textured look is achieved. The finish is unlacquered and will continue aging and develop a unique patina.
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.
Unlacquered Brushed Nickel
Similar to stainless steel, Unlacquered Brushed Nickel with time reacts with the environment for a duller but just as stunning look. While nickel is a plated finish, it is important to note that it will undergo an ageing and patination process over time. Unlike unlacquered brass, this natural transformation in nickel's appearance typically occurs gradually over several years.