DND Drop PVD Satin Copper
DND Drop PVD Satin Copper
DND Drop PVD Satin Copper
DND Drop PVD Satin Copper
DND Drop PVD Satin Copper
DND Drop PVD Satin Copper

DND Drop PVD Satin Copper

The softness of brass

A door handle featuring a soft and affable shape, in which brass conveys its allure thanks to the best possible form. A handle that is an Archimedean lever, a prehensile device with a vivid visual presence. 
Made in Italy
  • Brand: DND Handles
  • Designer: Cino Zucchi
  • Set with 2 door handles on rose + escutcheon
  • Return spring for high stability
  • Round rose with Fine System 4 mm thick. 

    The Less is fine system has a thickness of just 4 mm. It has been developed in tune with the latest design trends. A patented uni-directional left or right spring-loaded metal backplate facilitates installation.

  • Handle material: solid brass

  • Color: PVD Satin Cooper

  • The vacuum-sealed metal coating called PVD is guaranteed for 20 years. Stainless, scratch-resistant and wear-resistant, keeps the original color unchanged over time. This treatment tested in saline fog according to ISO 9227 ASTMB117 DIN 50021 has exceeded 1500 hours of resistance. For cleaning, it is recommended to use a soft cloth dampened in alcohol.
  • VAT price included

Help to choose the function of your handles here

Delivery time: between 4 and 5 weeks

Content of the box:

- The pair of handles on rose

- The pair of escutcheons you ordered (with key escutcheon or with euro cylinder escutcheon or with turn & release privacy lock)

- Square zink 8 x 105 mm spindle with 2 milled slots

- Hardware required for mounting

- Depending on the standards of your country, we will add the corresponding square zink spindle and 2 iron squared sleeves

- The lock, if you bought it on our DOOR HARDWARE page here 

In this model, there are the DK VIS Window Handles for an aesthetic coordination result. The mechanism is easy and quick to assemble. Request a quote at rafael@cassinari.co 

Born in Milan, Cino Zucchi has earned degrees in Architectural Design at M.I.T. and at Politecnico di Milano, where he is currently Chair Professor. 

The author of several articles and books on architectural and urban theory, he has taken part in various editions of the Milan Triennale and of the Venice Biennale of Architecture, where he was the curator of the Italian Pavilion in 2014. La Biennale di Venezia was established in 1895 and is today acknowledged as one of the most prestigious cultural institutions.

He has been the chairman of the jury of the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture/Mies Award 2015.