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The rice pattern was first produced by Yale and Towne of Stamford Connecticut around 1885. We collected the original antique hardware and remade the moulds. Casting is done in the original antique bronze using the same techniques used over 125 years ago. With time the bronze will acquire a statuary patina.  Images show the following finishes: Polished Bronze, Hand Antiqued Bronze.

Rice Mortise Entry Set with Levers

  • Finishes

    Polished Bronze

    Hand Antiqued Bronze

  • Description

    Our Rice entry door set is made by reproducing the back plates from an antique original.  We developed a matching lever.  The set is made of solid cast bronze with japanned relief.  There is no lacquer so the set will acquire a statuary patina with time.  The lock and cylinder are sold separately.  The lock and strike plate are available with the Rice details.


    The levers are 5” long.

    The back plates are 11” x 2-3/4”


    • Set includes pair of levers, pair of back plates, 5" spindle, and 5/8” screws.  See link below to purchase the lock and cylinder
    • Dummy Spindles included with Dummy Set.
  • Purchase Lock or Cylinder?

    2-1/2" Rice Baldwin Mortise Lock  includes decorative lock face and strike plate

    2-3/4" Rice Baldwin Mortise Lock includes decorative lock face and strike plate


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