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  • Traditional Window Fittings


    Malleable cast iron range

    We make a stunning range of hand-finished accessories, taking traditional design and applying it to today’s high performance windows and doors. One of our more popular handles is the monkey tail design.

    These are modern products that are made the old-fashioned way (being hand built no two handles look exactly the same). Choose from a beautiful range of antique black and pewter window and door furniture that will transform a home.

    Equally suited for renovation projects of old houses or newly constructed homes, these traditional British made fittings are strong and durable, and with the right care will last a lifetime.

    As part of a new installation…

    These unique fittings can be specified and ordered with a new double-glazing order and fitted as part of the installation. We have a growing network of suppliers and installers throughout the UK.

  • ...or as a retrofit to replace existing fittings

    A site survey may be required to ensure your windows are suitable, (a small call out charge may apply). Please contact us for further information and to find your local Traditional Window Fittings partner.

    Antique black & pewter door range & window furniture
    Cast from malleable iron, the traditional black finish is highly durable. All of the items in our black range are also available in pewter finish.

    • Window handles
    • Window catches
    • Window stays
    • Window locks
    • Peg stays
    • Door handles
    • Door levers
    • Lever handles
    • Door latches
    • Traditional letter boxes
    • Traditional door knockers
    • Door Hinges
    • Doors studs

    For advice on product suitability and compatibility please call us on 01206 804317 or email us on info@twfl.co.uk. We have stockists throughout the UK who will be able to offer specialist advice on all aspects of architectural ironmongery. Please contact us for details of your nearest stockist.

  • An insight into the manufacturing process...

    Initially, castings are too hard and brittle to be worked into finished products, so they are subjected to an 80-hour heat treatment process known as annealing, after which they are cooled slowly, changing the carbon structure of the iron so that it is soft and malleable. Rough edges are removed, the castings are assembled and a rustproofing finish is applied.

    A two-coat oven-cured paint process is then carried out, and then the products pass into our warehouse for final assembly, inspection and packaging ready for despatch.

    For advice on product suitability and compatibility please call us on 01206 804317 or email us on info@twfl.co.uk. We have stockists throughout the UK who will be able to offer specialist advice on all aspects of architectural ironmongery. Please contact us for details of your nearest stockist.

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