Victorian homes were typically fitted with double-hung windows, which have the added advantage of opening at the top and the bottom. Little has changed in their design since those early days. They offer an abundance of sunlight and let the fresh air in when opened.
Latch your sash window shut with a chrome plated fitch fastener. This Victorian architectural detail is well suited to your heritage home. Easily pinch and turn the mechanism to release the catch and open the window.
Chrome is also a neutral finish that blends seamlessly with your existing metal finishes. These fitch fasteners are made of solid brass by Tradco Hardware, an Australian Company, and the combination of the brass with the polished chrome make them the finish most resistant to tarnishing. This means you can install these sash window fasteners on your windows, even if they open to the sea.
The chrome finish adds a subtle silver shine that is appealing when combined with chrome window hardware.