Silver Kite has recently launched its Arbor range of architectural ironmongery, which combines the beauty of natural wood with the hard wearing qualities of brass components. Available in many different materials and finishes, it gives the specifier tremendous freedom to integrate the products into any design scheme.
Silver Kite's new Arbor range of architectural ironmongery encompasses door, window and cabinet fittings.
Each item of this extensive range is made by combining the beauty of natural wood with the hard wearing quality of brass components. There are thirteen varieties of wood to choose from (all sourced from sustainable forests) and thirteen different finishes can be applied to the brass components.
In addition, the wooden parts can be painted in any colour required, thereby allowing the specifier unequalled freedom to create their own selection of products to integrate into a particular scheme.
The products can be further customised by machining grooves into the wooden parts, giving a particular project its own unique character.
The door fittings part of the range includes mortice knobs and lever handles, escutcheons, push plates, pull handles, bolts and turnpieces.
Included in the window accessories range are fittings for casement and sash windows.
Cupboard knobs and pull handles feature in their cabinet fitting selection, and to help in the retrofitting of pull handles to existing doors, they can make them with the bolt centres exactly matching the handles to be replaced.
The Arbor range can be comfortably used alongside products from the main range, as Silver Kite can apply the same finishes to its brass products.
As part of the service, Silver Kite can do site surveys and scheduling, and can make bespoke products.