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Locksets - ANSI Mortise
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Silicon Bronze Medium
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Features &

Eills Entry Set


Paying tribute to its traditional architectural  heritage, our Ellis Collection is exemplified by classic, ornate details achieved through Old-World casting techniques. The time-honored art of lost-wax casting is used for the intricate rope detailing and arched plate, while a hand-applied patina highlights the intricate, hand-carved design.


E058/E057 – 3” x 13” escutcheons

L580 Maddox lever

In silicon Bronze Medium


Upgraded Lockcase*

American (ANSI) Mortise Type (110-0370RAB)

Handing: L + R reversible trim


Upgraded Cylinder*



Door thickness

MEDECO Cylinder length


1-1/2” (10T5200)

>2” to 2-1/4”

1-3/4” (10T5400)


* High security locks, cylinders and other components upgraded by PLC conform to local specifications and compatibility. 


Finish code: BZ (US10B)

Construction key setup (2-Level)

-3 first install keys

-3 end-user keys


All original "ROCKY MOUNTAIN HARDWARE" Cylinder and Lockcase and entry sets intended for single leaf in-swing wooden door standard. Components for other door setups and thickness available upon request. Please refer to ROCKY MOUNTAIN HARDWARE for details.



Rocky Mountain Hardware stands behind all of our bronze products with a lifetime guarantee on material and workmanship. In addition, the internal mechanisms, including all locks, latches, etc., are guaranteed for 50 years from the date of sale to the original user. Rocky Mountain Hardware will repair or replace the defective product or parts that fall within these guidelines. When necessary, a proof of purchase dated within the warranty period may be required. The patina finish applied to our bronze products is known as a “living finish” which means it will change with time, touch, climate, etc. Because each product will be exposed to a varying set of conditions, we do not warranty the finish of our products.


Care + Cleaning

The desirable and inevitable quality of bronze is that it will change. There is no cleaner, wax, or polish that can stop this process. Ideally, the surface should not be treated with a cleaner. If necessary , however, it can be cleaned with mild soap, water, and non-abrasive cloth will help the hardware age gracefully. A high quality clear paste wax may be applied to any patina to protect the finish.



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