By REMODELING Magazine Staff. Ultra Hardware. A variety of lockset styles, from tulip- and ball-knob to decorative scroll levers in entry, privacy, passage, and combination sets feature all-metal latches for security and durability and polished latch faces and strike plates. A wide range of finishes and keying options are available. (800) 426-6379.

Medeco. Constructed of solid brass and featuring the maker's Maxum deadbolt, the Cambria lever set has an ornate one-piece design and comes in Satin Nickel, Oil-Rubbed Bronze, and Anti-Tarnish PVD Brass. A dummy lever set is also available. Double-locking resists picking, and hardened steel inserts resist drilling. A solid brass collar spins under pressure from wrenches or other tools. Keys may be reproduced only by authorized dealers under strictly enforced legal procedures. (800) 839-3157.

Kwikset. The auburn-tinged Venetian Bronze finish is handcrafted to reveal copper highlights along the hardware's edges and corners, the maker says. Offering the appearance of aged metal, the finish carries a 10-year warranty and is now available on the maker's Ultra Max line, including the Chelsea and Arlington handlesets, 980 Grade-One deadbolts, the Commonwealth lever, and Hancock knobs. The finish will soon be available on UltraMax Security products as well. (800) 327-5625.

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Amerock. Featuring a tooled leaf pattern surrounded by a raised armor framing, knobs and pulls in the Ambrosia Collection's Garden Armor design are precision cast and finished in two pieces, then fused to achieve two-toned finishes in Pewter and Satin Chrome. The knobs and pulls are also available in monochromatic finishes in Weathered Nickel and Pewter. (815) 969-6308.

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Baldwin Hardware. The maker has introduced two suites in contemporary and traditional styles: Melon and Dominion. The Melon suite (shown) features knobs, as well as cup and spindle pulls, with modern profiles available in satin chrome, polished chrome, polished brass, antique brass, satin nickel, and oil-rubbed bronze. The Dominion suite of Colonial-styled knobs and pulls features spool knobs and straight and spindle pulls available in satin nickel, satin chrome, polished chrome, antique nickel, oil-rubbed bronze, and polished brass. (800) 566-1986.

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Architectural Products by Outwater. The Vintage Hardware line is manufactured of solid forged brass or solid forged iron, depending on the style, and the line includes door pulls, push plates, door latches, hinges, knockers, mail slots, door stops, door knobs, and back plates. The styles come in a variety of historically accurate designs, and several finishes are available. (800) 835-4400.

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Providence Artworks. Constructed of solid stainless steel and designed to complement high-end stainless steel appliances, the Absolute Zero Collection's Knull cabinet hardware combines the appearance and operation of both a pull and a knob. Mounted with a single screw, the Knull rotates using two fingers as the drawer or cabinet is opened. The maker's number 4 inline brushed finish exactly matches the finishes on Sub-Zero, Viking, and GE Monogram appliances. (877) 684-3362.

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Soko. Hand-cast of stainless or satin stainless steel, as well as bronze, the Hearst Castle Collection of decorative hardware reflects the designs of the seaside estate of William Randolph Hearst, the maker says. Grand Entry Door Pulls and Back Plates (shown) come in seven patinas: Dove, Antique, black, celadon, natural, Mink, and Lustre. (888) 828-7656.

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Valli & Valli. Refined and reproduced from traditional designs in the company's archives, the Ornate Collection of door hardware features scrolls and floral motifs on door levers and knobs. Constructed of solid brass, the levers and knobs are available in pewter and antique finishes. (877) 326-2565.

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Omnia. Decorative Stainless Steel and Max Steel latch sets and locksets provide contemporary and traditional styles to coordinate with a variety of decors. Stainless Steel lever latch sets offer a modern, sophisticated look, says the maker, and are resistant to corrosion and staining. The Max Steel finish line resists tarnish, pitting, and corrosion and comes in a variety of traditional, ornate designs. (800) 310-7960.

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