We would say that Wind in antique copper is the essence of a streamlined handle. Now, kitchen and furniture pulls don't need to be streamlined compared to cars, planes and other vehicles where the form makes a massive difference in its performance. But the shape sure looks good on the Wind handle.
The base metal for Wind handle is a zinc alloy. The handle is then plastered and polished to a smooth covering. Once the surface on the handles is soft enough, then its plated with the antique copper coating. And finally, a last protective layer of lacquer is added.
How to best describe the antique copper finish? We would say it is like a timeworn, aged copper colour. It is less shiny than polished, new copper and much warmer in appearance.
The Wind handle is quite extensive in its total width, although the distance between the screw holes is only 128 mm. That's useful if you plan to replace old handles since 128 mm in cc-size is one of the most common dimensions in modern kitchens today.
Why not mount Wind handles on your brand-new kitchen furniture, or replace your old pulls in your current kitchen.
Combine Wind antique copper with Dial knobs and Quanto handles with the matching finish. Set Dial knobs on the cupboard doors and Wind and Quanto handles on the larger drawers in your kitchen or bathroom.