Shown: Emtek Mariposa Lever Tumbled White Bronze TWB

Mariposa Lever

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  • Can be ordered with any Sandcast Bronze 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

  • Privacy
  • Passage
  • Dummy

Available Upgrades

  • 28 Degree Latch
  • Concealed Fastener (includes 28 degree latch)
  • 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.



Fly Like a Butterfly, Sting Like a Bee

Spanish for "butterfly", the Mariposa Lever isn't just a piece of door hardware; it's an entrance-making, scene stealing, closeup-worthy detail. With its sun-kissed patina, this rustic modern lever is bronzer for your doors, giving them that irresistible, just-back-from-vacation glow. Get ready for your entryways to outshine the rest!

Mariposa Lever in Tumbled White Bronze with #4 Rosette.

Rustic Modern Levers

Reminiscent of the Bauhaus-inspired Stuttgart and Hercules levers currently offered in brass, Mariposa and Bryce can be paired with any of the 5 available rosettes, in any mix of our 3 Sandcast Bronze living finishes for a modern, yet patinaed look.

Sandcast Bronze

Our collection of Sandcast Bronze knobs, levers and cabinet hardware options are made of a metal alloy that consists mostly of copper and is made to patina over time, creating a "living" finish that showcases exposure and wear patterns for a unique appearance.

The Bronze Age, a historic period between 3300 BC and 1200 BC, was significant for its use of this material.


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