The austere lines of Fama door and furniture fittings are reminiscent of the style of the ’20s of the last century, the Art deco style.


Fama works only in bronze, an alloy of copper and tin. The addition of tin makes the material harder and less malleable than copper. Church bells and many statues are virtually always made of bronze. The bronze is cast in sand boxes, another centuries’ old technique used to manufacture ornaments and utilitarian objects.

Every time is fully hand finished and patinised. Different natural patinas are available at the time of purchase, see our catalogue. The austere lines of Fama door and furniture fittings are reminiscent of the style of the ’20s of the last century, the Art deco style. They use old materials, but with a severe design they are models that cannot be compared with any others so far as their ergonomic qualities are concerned handle you will never let go of. In particular, the handle falls easily to the hand…

so this is a door handle you will never let go of.

Dauby

Ambience photos

Dauby

Materials

Old Green (OG)

Solid bronze is an alloy of copper and tin. The alloy has a reddish colour and a brown oxide layer will build up as it reacts with oxygen, resulting in the dark bronze shade (DB). If it is allowed to oxidise further, a green-brown oxide layer forms, known as green bronze (OG). Places that are more exposed to oxygen will become darker, while places where there is more friction (for instance due to human contact) will be lighter.

Color variation
Dark brown to light bronze
Maintenance
With frequent use, you will automatically buff up the material and create a slight shine.

Dark Bronze (DB)

Solid bronze is an alloy of copper and tin. The alloy has a reddish colour and a brown oxide layer will build up as it reacts with oxygen, resulting in the dark bronze shade (DB). If it is allowed to oxidise further, a green-brown oxide layer forms, known as green bronze (OG). Places that are more exposed to oxygen will become darker, while places where there is more friction (for instance due to human contact) will be lighter.

Color variation
Light bronze
Maintenance
With frequent use, you will automatically buff up the material and create a slight shine.

Natural Bronze (LB)

Solid bronze is an alloy of copper and tin. The alloy has a reddish colour and a brown oxide layer will build up as it reacts with oxygen, resulting in the dark bronze shade (DB). If it is allowed to oxidise further, a green-brown oxide layer forms, known as green bronze (OG). Places that are more exposed to oxygen will become darker, while places where there is more friction (for instance due to human contact) will be lighter.

Color variation
More matt/ dark brown
Maintenance
Copper polish

Bronze Silver (BS)

Solid bronze is an alloy of copper and tin. A layer of silver a few microns thick is applied to the solid bronze. Corrosion of the silver gives a rather darker sheen, but the product maintains its gloss while in use, in the same way as silver jewellery and accessories.

Color variation
Matt grey
Maintenance
Silver polish
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