Baldwin Estates Collection 5122 Lever With 5048 Rosette
Made popular in Colonial France, the Ribbon and Reed design will add a level of old world charm and sophistication to almost any space. It is crafted out of solid brass and comes backed with a limited lifetime mechanical warranty, insuring that it lives up to the high standards that is expected of Baldwin. The 5122 Lever with the 5048 Rosette will fit standard 2-1/8" precut door bore holes. This leverset will fit 1-3/8" and 1-3/4" door thicknesses with an optional backset for 2-3/8" or 2-3/4".
Features of the Baldwin 5122 Ribbon and Reed Leverset:
- Accessibility Code (ADA) A117.1
- Fits 2-1/8" standard door preparation.
- Concealed mounting to hide unsightly installation screws.
- Forged from solid brass for maximum strength and durability.
- 28 degree latch rotation
- Heavy duty latch bolts springs.
- Latches are reversible for all door conditions.
- Latches include standard full lip strike.
- 5048 rose is designed to conceal a 2-1/8" door hole.
Specifications of the Solid Brass Ribbon and Reed Lever:
- 5048 Rose Diameter: 2-5/8"
- Lever Length: 4.613"
- Overall Projection: 2.813"
- Backset: choose either 2-3/8" or 2-3/4"
- Door Thickness: adjustable for 1-3/8" and 1-3/4"
When Selecting a Function:
- Half Dummy: A surfaced mounted, non-working, smooth lever. Non-locking and non-latching trim for one side of door. This inactive pull is usually used to match trim.
- Full Dummy: A surfaced mounted, non-working, smooth lever. Non-locking and non-latching trim for both sides of door. These inactive pulls are usually used to match trim.
- Passage (hall or closet): Latches but does not lock. The latch is activated by turning the either of the two levers.
- Privacy (bedroom or bathroom): Latches and can be locked. Can be locked from the inside with a push-button located on rosette. An emergency release function allows the lever to automatically unlock when it is turned from the inside.
The Half Dummy function is handed. Click Here to Determine Handing. All other lever functions are non-handed.