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The Nostromo Collection in various PVD finishes: Matte Gun Metal, Matte British Gold, Raw Metal, Pure Brass, arranged on 2 grey stone plinths
The Nostromo Collection by Davide Mercatali in various PVD finishes: Matte Gun Metal, Matte British Gold, Raw Metal, Pure Brass.

Using the finest finishes, Fantini excels at melding technological innovations with timeless forms, making them a leader and trendsetter in kitchen and bath fixtures.

The AF/21 Fukasawa Collection in various PVD finishes: Matte Gun Metal, Matte Copper & Matte British Gold, arranged in a cluster on a grey background
The AF/21 Fukasawa Collection by Naoto Fukasawa in various PVD finishes: Matte Gun Metal, Matte Copper & Matte British Gold.

Many of Fantini’s collections are shaped around PVD finishes. This technology and application method ensure each product is made with care.

Fantini Stories, PVD Finishing.

PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition) is one of the most durable finishes in the industry. The chemical process was founded in the aerospace industry — originally used for metal tools in the 1970s — and has spread throughout many industries since its discovery.

Venezia, Three-Hole Faucet, Matte Gun Metal on a grey stone plinth in front of a grey wall
Venezia Three-Hole Faucet by Matteo Thun in Matte Gun Metal.
Icona Classic, Three-Hole Faucet, Pure Brass, on a grey stone plinth in front of a grey wall
Icona Classic Three-Hole Faucet by Vincent Van Duysen in Pure Brass.

Due to the chemical’s hardness, resistance, and durability, PVD finishes are hypoallergenic and resistant to corrosion, chemical products and UV light. When compared to other chemical processes, PVD also has a reduced environmental impact.

Milano, Shower Set, Matte Gun Metal, mounted on a black wall
Milano Shower Set by Franco Sargiani in Matte Gun Metal.

Fantini strives for the best faucets and fixtures, with finishes that will last the test of time. Today, Fantini uses PVD for an enhanced finish across a selection of its faucets and fixtures, giving options including Polished Nickel, Matte Gun Metal, Matte British Gold, Matte Copper, Pure Brass and Raw Metal.

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