Lockmaking

Locks, keys, handles, hooks and rides, hinges, cabinet hinges, sash-bolts, casement bolts, sliding bolts, latches, catches of all kinds and miscellaneous utensils… the world of the locksmith is so vast that he needs to be above all open-minded, curious, and capable in many trades.

Making a lock with a traditional mechanism and a wrought-iron key.

Building an Empire style handrail, assembling it and riveting it meticulously.

Making a contemporary bracket to be fitted accurately and precisely.

These are some examples of work, based on the principles of lock-making, which are entrusted to us by clients who care for precise detail, riveted assembly, dovetailed or rebated joints, fretsawing, chiselled decoration and an authentic finish.