30cm Aldham Window Stay in Antiqued Brass

Item No. 704130AB
30W x 0H x 34D (cm)
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Our Aldham Window Stay is an elegantly turned, hand crafted brass window stay designed for casement windows, from our stunning collection of brass, forged iron and steel window handles, locks and fittings.

These 30cm stays are made from weighty solid natural brass that is incredibly tactile to handle and open with a smooth mechanism that pronounces their quality. With acorn finials and an elegant thumb screw that locks the stay in place, they have been lightly antiqued for a subtle, aged look which makes them as decorative as they are practical and will enhance the look of any window.

Made here at the Jim Lawrence workshop in Suffolk using traditional brass working techniques, the detail in the design highlights the skill of our craftsmen and their ability to create products that will stand the test of time and look good an any setting, albeit contemporary or period. If partnered with our matching London Window latches and Antiqued Brass electrical accessories and door and window fittings, you can create a wonderful uniform look throughout your home.

The 30cm Aldham Window Stay is suitable to use in windows that are approximately 50-60cm wide and comes supplied with two keeps.

Kindly note, they are not suitable for windows that swing out and up.

Finish


Antiqued Brass: A beautiful natural finish produced by distressing the brass to create a soft patina that is then treated with antiquing solution to speed up the natural tarnishing process and create a lovely aged look that will darken naturally over time. To lighten the brass just buff it occasionally with a small amount of brass cleaner to return it to its original hue. To find out more about our finishes and how best to maintain them, please read our product finish pages.

Where does it look good?


  • On casement windows in any room in your home.

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Description
Our Aldham Window Stay is an elegantly turned, hand crafted brass window stay designed for casement windows, from our stunning collection of brass, forged iron and steel window handles, locks and fittings.

These 30cm stays are made from weighty solid natural brass that is incredibly tactile to handle and open with a smooth mechanism that pronounces their quality. With acorn finials and an elegant thumb screw that locks the stay in place, they have been lightly antiqued for a subtle, aged look which makes them as decorative as they are practical and will enhance the look of any window.

Made here at the Jim Lawrence workshop in Suffolk using traditional brass working techniques, the detail in the design highlights the skill of our craftsmen and their ability to create products that will stand the test of time and look good an any setting, albeit contemporary or period. If partnered with our matching London Window latches and Antiqued Brass electrical accessories and door and window fittings, you can create a wonderful uniform look throughout your home.

The 30cm Aldham Window Stay is suitable to use in windows that are approximately 50-60cm wide and comes supplied with two keeps.

Kindly note, they are not suitable for windows that swing out and up.

Finish


Antiqued Brass: A beautiful natural finish produced by distressing the brass to create a soft patina that is then treated with antiquing solution to speed up the natural tarnishing process and create a lovely aged look that will darken naturally over time. To lighten the brass just buff it occasionally with a small amount of brass cleaner to return it to its original hue. To find out more about our finishes and how best to maintain them, please read our product finish pages.

Where does it look good?


  • On casement windows in any room in your home.

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Product Finish / Material Antiqued Brass
 Fitting Stay
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