130 Years and still innovating…


Over the last 130 years, FSB has earned the reputation of manufacturing products with smart clean lines and impeccable finish that feel good in your hand. German manufactured and engineered, we are recognized as the leader in the door furniture world and as expected, our products are an investment to achieve a look of class and distinction when the very best is required.

Transitions is a new series of door furniture designed to allow more owners the ability to bring FSB into their work spaces and homes. At a cost of 20% to 30% less than FSB Premium, Transitions is solid forged brass levers and trim available with our most popular lock applications in seven plated and natural finishes.

Transitions delivers new sophisticated designs with a splash of sass, as well as our most popular timeless designs.

FSB is no longer just the hardware your dad owns!


 Design, Finishes and Prices for Every Home


FSB at a budget friendly price!

Taking a page out of the German Car Manufacturers play book, FSB has introduced a new series of German manufactured door furniture called Transitions.

Designed with budget in mind, Transitions is forged solid brass door furniture available in five of the most popular FSB Premium lever designs (1035, 1058, 1075, 1076, and 1241) and four new transitional designs (1250, 1251, 1252, and 1253). All designs come in polished and satin nickel plated, chrome plated, brass color PVD, natural clear coated polished and satin brass, and natural dark oxidized.


Transitions uses the same standard and narrow style mortise locks, tubular latches, and sliding door lock as the Premium Series ensuring the same high level of security and dependability.

While you can’t drive it down the street, there is no doubt Transitions will turn heads when company comes to visit.


Transitions Finishes Shown



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