All of our window ironmongery is made to last, created by a mixture of a wide array of traditional styles with contemporary build techniques. Whether you’re after casement stays, sash lifts, fasteners, handles, or any other window fittings, we’ll likely have something that’ll catch your eye in stock.
All of our products have been created using one of two traditional methods of casting here in the UK, malleable iron greensand casting or solid brass casting.
In addition, all of our products are assembled in our workshops here by hand, before being polished and either plated or painted to specification.
If you’re looking for a particular product, colour or style that isn’t listed below, or you’ve noticed supplied by one of the other top brands, please feel free to get in touch as we do produce many special one-off varieties in our workshop.
Add beautiful Window Ironmongery to your home, call W&D at 0843 886 7763 to discuss your Windows.Request a Quote
Featured Project Gallery
Window Ironmongery are incredibly quick and easy to replace (in comparison to other types of windows). But Window Ironmongery are more than just an easy solution to replacing tired, old, condensation strewn windows.
Black and pewter ironmongery is a trusted traditional favourite. If you have, or used to have, a timber door or window frame, you might well have had it furnished with black and pewter hardware.
The monkey tail range is usually found in black or pewter, and is one of our customers’ most popular choices of handles for casement windows. The spiralled end gives the impression of a monkey’s tail, lending to the name.
Casement stays (or peg stays) are also styled with a mini monkey tail too so that the design matches up. Finish your sash windows in style with this quirky choice, it’s all in the details.
Customers looking for a slightly more reserved finish might opt for the bulb-end handles and stays, which are also very popular in both black and pewter finishes. This style is often referred to as “period bulb-end”, to signify the more traditional style as opposed to the newer types of espagnolette casement fasteners, which might not be as suitable on period windows.
Whilst black and pewter options continue to turn heads, brass cast ironmongery will always be one of, if not the, most popular choice of finish for traditional window furniture. Browse our on-site range below, but feel free to contact us for a more specific request.
Period reeded handles and peg stays are one of the more modern designs that we stock, and a very popular option for modern windows. The handles are offset slightly to give a sophisticated finish to any casement window you might want to add them to.
Our bronze cast spoon handle design is more of a traditional old-English finish, designed so your thumb fits in the recess to comfortably handle opening the window. The stays also have the same design to make locking in the peg stay a piece of cake.
Finally we have the period bulb-end handles, the same as those seen above which are available in black and pewter. As you can see, this design comes in two options; a typical curved finish bulb-end, and an offset straight handle finish, both of which are equally popular with our customers.
When it comes to finishes, we have such an extensive range that we’re confident you’ll have no problem finding something to suit your project. Below is our current range of designs at the time of writing, but feel free to contact us with bespoke requests for us to see what we can do and if there are any other finishes in stock.
From shiny satin and polished brass options to more antique-looking aged and distressed brass options, find the perfect look to match your frame.
Chrome and nickel-plated window fittings are to the untrained eye essentially different iterations or types of silver. On the one end, chrome and polished nickel plated options are very glossy and ornate, whilst antique and pearl nickel options create a more rustic, matte look.
Last but not least, we stock a number of bronze metal options as well. Similar to nickel, most bronze choices have a more rustic, antique look, perfect for older period homes and windows. These choices are more moody and antique-looking, which complements darker wood and room choices without going for black or pewter.
Whether they are for new windows and doors or for refurbishment projects, please ensure that your choice of product is compatible with your chosen installer’s product range. If your project involved new build works, please visit our technical and product care information page.
If you have any further questions about which style you should opt for, or for a specific wood type or finish of paint, feel free to get in touch with our friendly team.
We also provide bespoke door ironmongery options, which could be a starting point if you’re looking to do a complete rework project.
Due to the nature of our hand-built products, no two handles will look exactly the same, and the operational pressure required to move the handles might differ very slightly from product to product.
Below is our top level window range, custom windows are also available, call us to discuss.