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Brass Accents Low Profile Lever

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Brass Accents Low Profile Lever

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Brass Accents Low Profile Lever

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Great for Tight Spaces! Low Profile Lever with 1 1/4" Projection

Brass Accents Salem low-profile Rosette - Choose From Several Knob/Lever Options


This low-profile lever is specifically designed in combination with our 2" backset latch for use on swing patio doors, including Atrium doors with sliding screens. Matching 2" backset deadbolts also available. 1 1/4 Inch Projection from door, great for tight spaces or entry doors with screens on them. Available in all finishes.

Available in an assortment of functions including Bed/Bath, Hall/Closet, Single or Double Dummy functions.
This collection is especially dramatic in the antique finishes including antique brass, copper and nickel.
Rosette Measures 2-5/8"
Bore Measures 2-1/8"
Concealed Mount
1 1/4 Inch Projection
All BRASS Accents finishes are hand-rubbed and assembled in USA.
Sold as complete sets including all mounting hardware.
All Brass Accents knobs are constructed of solid brass base material.
All Brass Accents knobs are available with 2 3/8" or 2 3/4" backsets. (2", 3", 4" and 5 1/8" backsets are also available for all Brass Accents door knobs, please call for more info.)

Polished Brass Antique Brass Polished Chrome Weathered Black
Polished
Brass
Antique
Brass
Polished
Chrome
Weathered
Black
Weathered Rust Satin Brass Oil Rubbed Bronze Pewter
Weathered
Rust
Satin
Brass
Oil Rub
Bronze
Pewter
Satin Nickel Venetian Bronze Antique Copper No Image
Available
Satin
Nickel
Venetian
Bronze
Antique
Copper
Polished
Nickel

Choose Options:

SKU:D07-L150
Select Function / Backset
Select Finish
Select Door Handing
Price$118.15 USD

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BRASS Accents, Inc. warrants for a period of one (1) year that our products will be free from defects in workmanship and materials. At our option, we will repair or replace free of charge any product found to be defective and subject to this warranty, provided it is delivered prepaid to us. This warranty does not apply to any defects or malfunctions resulting from improper installation or use. BRASS Accents, Inc. shall not be liable for any consequential damages.

Please note: The limited warranty on all locks or latches is void if consumer uses them on knobs, levers, or trim other than original supplied by BRASS Accents, Inc. or the manufacturer. Finishes are warranted only until delivery to BRASS Accents, Inc. customer. Live finishes (antique, oil rubbed, and verdigris) may change color and texture over time. This process will enrich the appearance of your hardware and is not considered defective.

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Question what does the backside of the Brass Accents Salem Low-profile knob look like. I need it to look like the picture on both sides. Will this work? Is there a version of this with a locking feature? Item # Do7-L150A605 Thanks!
Asked by: Tara - 2/17/2015
Question The Salem lever handle is the same on both sides. There is not a locking version of this handle. You could use it along with a deadbolt for a security door Answer provided by:  Josh (2/17/2015)
Question Is brass accents low profile lever the only 2" backset lever handle you have?
Asked by:  - 1/26/2016
Question Check out the link below for more options in a 2" backset.

www.directdoorhardware.com/2-inch-backset-knob.htm Answer provided by:  Jake L (1/27/2016)
Question Is brass accents low profile lever the only 2" backset lever handle available? thanks
Asked by: Steve - 1/26/2016
Question There are a few items that are available with 2 inch backset. See here:

http://www.directdoorhardware.com/2-inch-backset.htm Answer provided by:  Jake (1/27/2016)
Question How is handing of this handle determined? From the outside looking in, the active door i need is all the way to the right.
Asked by: Brian - 12/2/2016
Question To determine the handing, stand outside your door facing it. If the hinges are on the right it is a right handed door. If the hinges are on the left it is a left handed door. On a french door, looking at it from outside, if the right side is active you'll need a right hand handle. Answer provided by:  Jake (12/2/2016)
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