MADE IN ENGLAND SINCE 1929

Care Guide

We believe in making made‑to‑last pieces and when treated with a little care, they’ll bring beauty to your decor for years to come.

How to care for your hardware

  • Wipe product gently with a lint-free cloth.
  • Do not use abrasive cloths or cleaners.
  • Keep your hardware dry to avoid discolouration.

Care Guide

  • BEL
    (BEL)

    Our antique unlacquered finishes are designed to naturally oxidise and therefore this finish will age and change in appearance over time. The occasional use of a damp cloth and mild detergent is recommended to gently remove any dirt. All hardware must be left dry to prevent staining.

  • AGC
    (AGC)

    Our antique unlacquered finishes are designed to naturally oxidise and therefore this finish will age and change in appearance over time. The occasional use of a damp cloth and mild detergent is recommended to gently remove any dirt. All hardware must be left dry to prevent staining.

  • NBP
    (NBP)

    We would advise cleaning this finish as little as possible. The occasional use of a damp cloth and mild detergent is recommended to gently remove any dirt and hardware should be left dry to prevent staining the brass.

  • DAB
    (DAB)

    Our antique unlacquered finishes are designed to naturally oxidise and therefore this finish will age and change in appearance over time. The occasional use of a damp cloth and mild detergent is recommended to gently remove any dirt. All hardware must be left dry to prevent staining.

  • SBUL
    (SBUL)

    The occasional use of a damp cloth and mild detergent is recommended to maintain and preserve the finish. Hardware should be left dry to prevent staining the brass.

  • PBUL
    (PBUL)

    The occasional use of quality metal polish is recommended to preserve the finish. Alternatively, you can leave the handle to age and develop a natural patina over time.

  • PBL
    (PBL)

    The occasional use of a damp cloth and mild detergent is recommended to maintain and preserve the finish. Hardware should be left dry to prevent staining the brass.

  • SBL
    (SBL)

    The occasional use of a damp cloth and mild detergent is recommended to maintain and preserve the finish. Hardware should be left dry to prevent staining the brass.

  • SBSL
    (SBSL)

    The occasional use of a damp cloth and mild detergent is recommended to maintain and preserve the finish. Hardware should be left dry to prevent staining the brass.

  • PNP
    (PNP)

    The occasional use of a quality metal polish is recommended to preserve the finish.

  • PCP
    (PCP)

    The occasional use of a quality metal polish is recommended to preserve the finish.

  • SNP
    (SNP)

    The occasional use of a damp cloth and mild detergent is recommended to maintain and preserve the finish. Hardware should be left dry to prevent staining the brass.

  • SCP
    (SCP)

    The occasional use of a damp cloth and mild detergent is recommended to maintain and preserve the finish. Hardware should be left dry to prevent staining the brass.

  • HBN
    (HBN)

    The occasional use of a damp cloth and mild detergent is recommended to gently remove any dirt.

  • HBB
    (HBB)

    The occasional use of a damp cloth and mild detergent is recommended to gently remove any dirt.

  • FEA
    (FEA)

    Our antique unlacquered finishes are designed to naturally oxidise and therefore this finish will age and change in appearance over time. The occasional use of a damp cloth and mild detergent is recommended to gently remove any dirt. All hardware must be left dry to prevent staining.

  • SAS
    (SAS)

    The occasional use of a damp cloth and mild detergent is recommended to maintain and preserve the finish. Hardware should be left dry to prevent staining the brass.

  • DBZ
    (DBZ)

    Our antique unlacquered finishes are designed to naturally oxidise and therefore this finish will age and change in appearance over time. The occasional use of a damp cloth and mild detergent is recommended to gently remove any dirt. All hardware must be left dry to prevent staining.

  • MBL
    (MBL)

    The occasional use of a damp cloth and mild detergent is recommended to maintain and preserve the finish. Hardware should be left dry to prevent staining the brass.