Retro Window Handle with White Porcelain and Brass - Handcrafted in Limoges Porcelain Workshop, France
Introducing the exquisite Retro Window Handle meticulously crafted from white porcelain and brass, originating from the renowned Limoges porcelain workshop in France.
A well-chosen window handle can utterly transform the ambiance of our living spaces. Handmade porcelain window handles stand as a perfect fusion of French elegance and premium craftsmanship. They infuse a touch of style into interiors, accentuating their unique character. The handle is composed of smooth, durable, white porcelain, affixed to a brass shaft and brass rosette.
The timeless "pear" shape, unaltered for decades, holds a special place in the heart of French architecture. This iconic design has become an integral part of classic wooden windows, making it an essential addition to any traditional setting.
All our products are meticulously handcrafted in small workshops, embracing imperfections that are their hallmark and are seamlessly woven into their retro character.
Please note that uncoated brass products undergo a natural patination process due to contact with water and air. This patination process causes a change in color over time, particularly when exposed to water and oxygen. This phenomenon does not warrant a claim, as it is a natural characteristic. To maintain the original appearance of the brass, we recommend regular cleaning with products intended for colored metals. Avoid using aggressive cleaning agents.
Enrich your living spaces with the charm of the Retro Window Handle featuring white porcelain and brass, and experience the timeless fusion of French sophistication and enduring craftsmanship. As you embrace these carefully curated details, your interiors will be elevated to a level of beauty that stands the test of time.
|Handle length||110 mm|
|Handle diameter||max. 27 mm Ø|
|Rosette dimensions||70x 30 mm|
|Handle deepth||65 mm|
|Spindle square||7mm x 7mm x 55 mm|
|Distance between screws||43 mm|
During the installation of porcelain elements, it's advisable to refrain from using electric screwdrivers. Exercise caution while tightening screws, particularly during the final stages of installation.