Be inspired by Dauby’s Pure® Plus collection; a creative line of kitchen, toilet and bathroom accessories.

Pure® Plus has been developed in response to demand from interior designers. In addition to our door- and furniture fittings, we are often asked for practical accessories in the same style as the Dauby retro collections. Hence Pure® Plus was born!

In this collection you will find standard items such as a toilet roll holder, but you can also get every part separately and easily start to create your own custom items.

High-quality natural materials

Pure® Plus accessories are available in 6 finishes:

  • Aged Iron
  • White Bronze
  • Satin White Bronze
  • Raw Bronze
  • Raw Bronze Polished
  • Raw Metal

Like all our retro collections, we use only high-quality natural materials, made using the centuries-old method of sand moulding, that are finished by hand.

Through the sand-moulding process, the ironwork acquires a grainy surface to show small imperfections. This makes each piece unique and gives it an artisan, weathered look.

 

For any interior

Thanks to the variety of finishes, shapes and designs, the accessories can be integrated into any interior. Rustic, sleek, industrial…? Pure® Plus is in keeping with them all.

Make sure you check out our very latest creation: Pure® Plus Q! In this collection, the accessories are all completely square – for fans of sleek, minimalistic design.

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Materials

Aged Iron (VO)

The Aged Iron line of the Pure® collection is inspired by cast iron, a material that was commonlyused a long time ago.
One of the general ideas behind the Pure® concept is to create a collection of items made of maintenance-free materials, so a high-quality corrosion resistant alloy with the look and feel of aged iron was developed.
The black layer of lacquer of Pure’s Aged Iron line is applied by means of electrolysis. And although there’s no such thing as a completely scratch free coating, this technique does guarantee a perfect adhesion. The natural weathering of the Aged Iron gives the product its authentic look.

Dauby uses a coating of exceptional quality that is very strong, but no coating is completely scratch-resistant. A weathered look gives your product an authentic character!

Color variation
Weathered look
Maintenance
Relacquer

Raw Bronze (RB)

Raw Bronze is the purest form of bronze, an alloy of copper and tin.

Raw Bronze is both colour-fast and corrosion free, so it doesn’t require a protective layer. This rough form of bronze comes with warm, copper-like colours. To offer the bronze in the Pure® collection its rough look, a special technique was developed. The casting remains are removed, but the item is not polished. After some time, the bronze will have a shiny look, since the metal will be polished naturally.

Color variation
Slight shine
Maintenance
With frequent use, you will naturally polish the material and create a slight shine.

White Bronze (WB)

White Bronze is a bronze alloy. Part of the copper is replaced by tin and zinc. The result is an elegant, silvery colour. This material is both colour-fast and corrosion free and does not need a protective layer. Because of the natural oxidation, a matte patina will cover the surface of the item and subtle colour differences will become visible.

Color variation
A slight matt patina
Maintenance
Silver polish

Satin White Bronze (WBS)

Satin White Bronze is a bronze alloy with the same composition as White Bronze. But instead of polishing the rough material, as would be the case with White Bronze, it is tumbled and finished by hand. The special production process that was developed for the Pure® collection guarantees a beautiful matte patina. It’s the ideal alternative if you like White Bronze, but prefer a matte finish.

Color variation
Slight shine
Maintenance
With frequent use, you will naturally polish the material and create a slight shine.

Raw Metal (RM)

Raw Metal is both colour-fast and corrosion free, so it doesn’t need a protective layer. This alloyhas a dark grey, concrete-like and industrial look. The rough look is achieved during the finishing phase, when the item is taken out of its sand mould: the casting remains are removed, but the object is not polished. After some time, the metal will have a slightly shiny look, since it will be polished naturally when using the item.

Color variation
Slight shine
Maintenance
With frequent use, you will naturally polish the material and create a slight shine.
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