The Renaissance was an explosion of art, craftsmanship, and progress that gave birth to immortal masters like Leonardo da Vinci, Dante Alighieri, and Michelangelo. With its curvy, pillar-formed construction, Ambrus is a love letter to the architecture of that period. Ambrosia was the key to eternal youth for the Greek gods, and it became an important source of inspiration for the Italian masters. The Renaissance, which means rebirth, pursued the mouldable expression for this concept, elevating the female body as the ultimate symbol of eternal, divine beauty. Today, the idea lives on in this door lever, whose magnificent construction will last a hundred years into the future. It is hand-crafted, sand cast, and unvarnished, with a love for detail where nothing is missed. The Renaissance was many years ago, but with an Ambrus 125, the beauty still lives.
As trim, we recommend an Eskan escutcheon plate or a rosette from the SJC Classic series. If you are charmed by this style, then be inspired even more by the Medici series..