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Dumont Lever

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Customize this product with your perfect style and finish combinations for both sides of your door.

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  • Can be ordered with any Brass rosette
  • Sold as complete set. Includes Latch and Strike Plate
  • 28 Degree Latch is available for additional charge
  • For pricing information, contact any Emtek® dealer

Available Functions

  • Single Sided Dummy
  • Thumbturn Privacy Bolt
  • Privacy
  • Passage
  • Dummy
  • Fits any door between 1-3/8” to 2-1/4" thick with a 2-1/8" bore standard door prep*
  • Standard latch is for 2-3/8" backset. Specify 2-3/4" backset if required

* STRETTO rosette requires a 1-1/4” diameter bore hole and 2-hole door preparation for thumbturn privacy



Do The Dumont

The Dumont Lever draws its design inspiration from the avant-garde world of brutalist modernism, where raw and unadorned forms take center stage. This lever's bold and unapologetic silhouette reflects the spirit of architects like Gabriel Dumont, who embraced the simplicity and structural integrity of materials. With its striking and no-nonsense appearance, the Dumont Lever offers a seamless blend of architectural prowess and utilitarian beauty, making it a perfect choice for those who appreciate the aesthetic boldness of brutalist design. It's available in 7 finishes and can pair with any brass rosette Emtek offers, modern or otherwise.


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Our Concealed Fastener Mechanism provides a clean look with no visible screws on the interior rosette.

All CF Mechanism lever upgrades also include a 28 degree latch (vs the standard 45 degree latch), which requires less rotation to disengage the latch and open a door when compared to standard latches.


To determine the handing of your door:

  • Stand at the exterior side of the door in question, facing towards the inside.
  • Take note of which side of the door the hinges are on.
    • If the hinges are on the left side, then the door and the hardware should be left handed.
    • If the hinges are on the right side, then the door and the hardware should be right handed.

Learn more about handing here:

Understanding Handing