A selection of Top Design models from the RDS and KLEIS collection, manufactured in the traditional way. RDS and KLEIS collaborate with internationally renowned designers who develop sophisticated designs for their door fittings.

Dauby

Materials

Natural Bronze (NB)

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 (AZ). If it is allowed to oxidise further, a green-brown oxide layer forms, known as green bronze (VI). 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

Dark Bronze (AZ)

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 (AZ). If it is allowed to oxidise further, a green-brown oxide layer forms, known as green bronze (VI). 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
By frequent use, you will automatically buff up the material and create a slight shine.

Green Bronze (VI)

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 (AZ). If it is allowed to oxidise further, a green-brown oxide layer forms, known as green bronze (VI). 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
By frequent use, you will automatically buff up the material and create a slight shine.

Old Pewter (OPW)

White bronze is an alloy of various non-ferrous metals. As this alloy oxidises very slowly, it retains its silver colour for a long time. After first very slowly becoming more matt, dark patches start appearing, yet only after a very long time. The eventual result is old tin (OPW). If that doesn’t appeal to you, you can restore the original colour using silver polish. However, if you do like it, it is best to order the old tin (OPW) straight away, as the oxidation process from white bronze to old tin (OPW) takes more than a lifetime.

Both white bronze and old tin (OPW) are ideal for use indoors and out.

Color variation
Silver colour
Maintenance
By frequent use, you will automatically buff up the material and create a slight shine.

Aged Iron (AI)

The basic substance in these materials is white bronze and each item has its own outer layer. The very gentle, natural weathering that occurs after a time is irreversible.

Color variation
Iron colour
Maintenance
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White Bronze (WB)

White bronze is an alloy of various non-ferrous metals. As this alloy oxidises very slowly, it retains its silver colour for a long time. After first very slowly becoming more matt, dark patches start appearing, yet only after a very long time. The eventual result is old tin (OPW). If that doesn’t appeal to you, you can restore the original colour using silver polish. However, if you do like it, it is best to order the old tin (OPW) straight away, as the oxidation process from white bronze to old tin (OPW) takes more than a lifetime.

Both white bronze and old tin (OPW) are ideal for use indoors and out.

Color variation
More matt (minimal)
Maintenance
Silver polish

Bronze Black (BLK)

The basic substance in these materials is white bronze and each item has its own outer layer. The very gentle, natural weathering that occurs after a time is irreversible.

Color variation
Black
Maintenance
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