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custom paumelle hinges

Posted on June 8th, by gbettenhausen in Recent Projects. No Comments

These custom Paumelle hinges were fabricated for a David Adler estate in Lake Forest, Illinois.

The hinges were made from steel as the originals were for both strength and final finish.
The dark natural iron finish is seen on hardware in the home as well as brass and silver.

 

 



harmon hinges

Posted on February 24th, by gbettenhausen in Interesting Hardware. No Comments

Our harmon hinges are just the best – we might as well just be honest.  We have integrated ball catches that allow no exposed ball or roller catches in your fine millwork.  We also have a custom hinge that will conceal the face plate when the door is pocketed in millwork.



hinges waiting for the final finishing

Posted on February 18th, by gbettenhausen in Finishes. No Comments

These custom cast bronze hinges are sitting in our corn cobs bin after being antiqued.  The natural corn cob is used to wick deionized water away from the part allowing for a perfect finish.  It is old school operations like this that provide you the best finishing on your hardware.





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