Dauby works exclusively with natural materials such as bronze, white bronze, silver-plated white bronze, Britannia metal and cast iron – in short, beautiful, timeless materials. All products manufactured by Dauby are cast the traditional way, in sand moulds, and then finished by hand. Pure Tiles, the new metal times, complement the Dauby range, offering the same luxurious, timeless quality.
Buying and furnishing a home demands a great deal of time and attention, and the details are no exception. A door or a window takes on just the right look only if it has the right handles and latches. Whether you’re looking for warmth and cosiness or a more austere design, Dauby has a wide range of high-quality door, window and furniture fittings to suit every taste and every style.
Dauby makes all its products the authentic way. They are cast in sand moulds and then finished by hand. This is an age-old method dating back to around 3,000 BC. Each article is made using the traditional method and over time takes on a natural and increasingly attractive patina. The older it is, the lovelier the item will look.
In the same spirit, Dauby has now also developed a collection of metal tiles. They radiate pure luxury, giving undeniable added value to your interior. The tiles are available as squares (10 x 10 cm) or rectangles (10 x 20 cm) and in 6 versions :
- Aged Iron (VO)
- White Bronze (WB)
- Satin White Bronze (WBS)
- Raw Bronze (RB)
- Raw Metal (RM)
- Raw Bronze Polished (RBG)
Because Dauby leaves nothing to chance, the tiles can also be given a personalised touch in terms of colour and design. The tiles can be decorated with a drawing, image or logo chosen by the owner. This is applied in relief and immediately lends the entire wall a personal touch that makes your home even more unique.
These tiles are also made using the traditional process in a sand mould and then finished by hand. Minor imperfections emphasise the characteristic look.
The tiles are extremely easy to maintain and are best cleaned using a soft, damp cloth. Spots of grease and scale can be removed using a soft cloth and a bit of vinegar. It is best to avoid acidic or aggressive cleaning products.