Christiansborg Palace burned in 1884. Fritz Toxborg's father Edgar was working for the equipment company Auchenberg, who was a major supplier of sanitary fittings in this reconstruction process. It was from here the name ‘Christiansborg’ was given to this model tap. Many decades later as part of TONI Copenhagen's relaunch of the fitting in 1985, the palace was again the first to order the high arc tap for Amalienborg Palace. With its characteristic five-branched handle, it was appreciated then as it is now for its timeless, honest and slightly poetic expression. The Christiansborg fitting is obvious as a characterful addition in any modern interior or to emphasize a classical residence where it integrates itself as a natural part of the decor.
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