Kerasan sanitaryware crosses all styles of bathroom furniture. Toilet seats 🚽 in all shapes. (part 1)

Kerasan sanitaryware crosses all styles of bathroom furniture. Toilet seats in all shapes. (part 1)

Kerasan is one of the first companies founded in the ceramic district of Civita Castellana. We take its history directly from their website: (https://www.kerasan.it/azienda.html) “Kerasan is one of the first companies in the ceramic cluster of Civita Castellana (VT). Founded in 1960, it specialises in the production of sanitary ware in fine ceramics. Today the company is present on the main international markets with bathroom collections complete with furnishings, accessories and taps and fittings. For over 50 years Kerasan has been making quality products not only because the market demands it, but because producing fine sanitary ware, appreciated all over the world, is first and foremost a passion that grows day after day and fills every single person in this great company with pride. This is the philosophy that guided the company yesterday and will continue to guide it tomorrow. Through a modern industrial complex covering about 14,000 square metres, Kerasan carries out every stage of the process in-house: from the conception of the product to its design and manufacture. All this is made possible thanks to a plant with a production capacity of up to 1,000 ceramic elements per day and an advanced modelling department that uses cutting-edge software capable of reducing times and simplifying the processes of prototype elaboration and mould generation”. Through the various decades (70’s 80’s 90’s) of Kerasan production we will see all the styles of sanitary ware go by: rectangular shapes, round shapes, elliptical shapes, narrow shapes…

THEMA series by Kerasan

This is Kerasan’s proposal to the success of Ideal Standard’s Conca which we discussed in the post : ”The CONCA toilet bowl and toilet seat.. and its “brothers”, same rectangular shape and same raised and sloping rear deck (see post: ”Sanitary wear with a raised top. WC seats with 45° fixing hinges (part 1)”). It is often mistaken for Ideal Standard’s famous Conca series because of its shape, but in addition to being shorter, it has a toilet seat fixing distance of a good 20 cm. Its toilet seat is available in the store at the following link [ clik here ]

RITMO series by Kerasan

Falls into the category of narrow shapes. Ritmo we saw it in the post: ”Narrow WC seats and bidets. WC seats are narrow and hard to be found. Let’s look at the oldest/unusual series (part 2)” where we evaluated the width of its toilet seat of only 32 cm. A toilet seat with these particular measures could not miss in the Sintesibagno store and you can find it at the following link [ clik here ]

RETRO’ series by Kerasan

This is the series with which the company has entered the market for English or classic style antiqued series. The ceramic workmanship is impeccable and the shape is extremely successful and refined. Retrò plays the role of the protagonist of the category with its competitors that we have seen in the post: “Retrò Classical English Style Sanitaryware and their toilet seats (part 1)” (read HERE). (readable HERE) which are: ANTALIA by Dolomite, ELLADE by Hidra, ARCADE by SImas e MAGICA by Faleri. Here [ clik here ] its toilet seat.

NORA series by Kerasan

Rectangular shapes are a very strong feature of many Kerasan series, as you can see that this geometric shape attracted a lot of attention from the company’s designers. Among the old 70s models we find Nora. Although it is a typical square shape, all the edges of the corners and the top have been rounded, making it a very “reassuring” shape. We have seen its competitors in that period in the post: ”Older, discontinued models with rectangular toilet seats. (part 2)” and were: CIOTTOLO by Flaminia, FIESTA by Catalano, HIDRA by Hidra Ceramiche, IGEA by Catalano, ADDA by Facis Ceramiche. You can find the perfect toilet seat in the Sintesibagno store at the following link [ clik here]

BRIO series by Kerasan

This series by Kerasan is, in our opinion, one of the few rivals to the legendary SQUARE by Pozzi Ginori, which we have seen at length in the post: ”Pozzi Ginori sanitary ware old squared models. Square, Italica and Italo Duo which toilet seat is the correct one?”. Brio, unlike the Pozzi Ginori series, has sharper lines and an even more geometric style. You can find its toilet seat at the following link [ clik here ]

BELLINI series by Kerasan

A round sanitary ware could not be missing from the large Kerasan production. Direct competitors of other ceramic companies with this shape we have seen in the posts: ”Sanitary ware as round as a circle. Here you need costumised toilet seats!” and “Sanitary ware as round as a cirlce+flat element (part 2)” you will find its 37.5 cm wide round toilet seat with expansion fastening at the following link [ clik here ]

We started to see some old and particular ceramic series and their toilet seats by Kerasan. If you still can’t find the right toilet seat or you have doubts about the compatibility and accuracy of the toilet seat to buy, just send us an email to info@sintesibagno.it or a WhatsApp message to 3341288978 with two pictures of your toilet seat and a few measurements and we will be able to help you choose. Here is the video on how to proceed in the search for a toilet seat:

VIDEO To guide you to purchase the toilet seat suitable for your toilet

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