Shown: Emtek Sandcast Bronze Rectangular Tubular Thumbturn Privacy Stretto Narrow Trim with Lariat Levers in Medium Bronze, 1-1/2in x 11in Keyed

Sandcast Bronze Rectangular Style Stretto

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Available Functions

  • Privacy
  • Passage
  • Dummy
  • Single Cylinder
Knobs and Levers

Rustic Rectangular

Our Sandcast Bronze Rectangular Sideplate is a contemporary style available in a rustic material. Available in all 3 of our sandcast bronze finishes, the Rectangular profile has a subtle beveled edge with our decorative key cylinder flap for bronze entry sets, deadbolts and sideplates. This style is also available in a range of keyed and nonkeyed sizes, as well as multiple entry set iterations and can be paired with any bronze (or brass!) knob or lever.

Rectangular Sideplate

Rectangular Mortise Lock

Rectangular Full Length Entry Set

Rectangular Full Length Mortise Entry Set

Rectangular Monolithic Entry Set

Rectangular Monolithic Mortise Entry Set

Rectangular Sectional Entry Set

Rectangular Sectional Mortise Entry Set

Sandcast Rectangular Keyed 5-1/2" Center to Center Sideplate with Yuma Lever in Flat Black. Design by @a.k.nackfordesign and photography by @dreamhomephoto


Break the standard and create a refined look with the distinct shape of the Stretto Collection. Stretto is a unique, narrow trim sideplate option that requires special door prep, in sizes of either 1-1/2" x 11" or 2"x 10" and in keyed or non-keyed applications.

Perfect for new slab doors that need a little something *extra*. This collection comes in a range of both brass and bronze finishes and several modern and traditional profiles, all of which can be paired with any knob or lever Emtek offers.

The Stretto Collection is also available in smaller 1.5"x 5" rosettes or the new Oval rosette option.


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.