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ENTRY / EXTERIOR DOOR
LOCKS, LATCHES & DEADBOLTS
DOOR KNOBS & HANDLESETS
BARN DOOR HARDWARE
CEILING & WALL MOUNTED
ERGON DOUBLE ACTION DOOR SYSTEM
MAGIC 2 / 1100
MAGIC 2 / 1800
MAGIC 1800 VF 10
MAGIC 1800 VB 10
DIVA Air - For Wood Door w/ Classic Stopper
DIVA Air - For Wood Door w/ Soft Closing
DIVA Air - For Glass Door w/ Classic Stopper
DIVA Air - For Glass Door w/ Soft Closing
TECTUS TE 240
TECTUS TE 340
TECTUS TE 540
TECTUS TE 640
TECTUS TE 645
All ANSELMI Concealed Hinge systems for residential doors up to 80 kg
ANSELMI Concealed hinge for unrebated doors with timber frames.
ANSELMI Concealed Hinges for doors with recessed frame facings
ANSELMI Concealed hinges for doors with reduced frame cup
Self-Closing Concealed Hinges
Harmon Hinge For 1-3/8" Thick Door
Harmon Hinge For 1-3/4" Thick Door
Harmon Hinge For 2" Thick Door
Harmon Hinge For 2-1/4" Thick Door
MAGNETIC LOCK w/ CONCEALED HANDLE
SLIDING DOOR LOCK
TUBULAR PRIVACY BOLT
ENRICO CASSINA COLLECTION
ENRICO CASSINA COLLECTION
Enrico Cassina represents the decorative and stylistic passion for handles to
its highest level.
The catalogue proposes objects with the highest decorative characteristics: thanks to Officine Meccaniche Porro
the handles have a magnificent refinement in each detail.
Enrico Cassina has a wide historical archive of moulds: each object belongs
to the main artistic trends, that have
influenced furniture and design in
recent centuries. Furthermore, Enrico Cassina reproduces the historical
signs in a contemporary view.
It was 1850 when Enrico Cassina, a young Milanese artisan and expert in
bronze work, decided to open his own workshop.
Until that time artisans and blacksmiths had created brass handles and
furniture fittings individually by
hand as requested by their customers. Enrico Cassina believed that by using
carefully crafted moulds and expert finishes he could create highly
designs more efficiently. It was a lucky guess: the name
Cassina became widely known in the lively Milan of the late 18th
his handles became an essential symbol of the city’s elegant buildings.
The workshop became a meeting place and laboratory for architects and
artisans and the Cassina’s became expert in drawing inspiration from
architecture, prints, furnishings and jewelry to design their durable and
The years passed by the passion remained.
At the turn of the new millennium
Enrico Cassina, a company with excellent
products but a small production and business structure, found itself facing an increasingly globalized and fierce market.