LV1192: 'HALSEY III' Solid brass lever handle with timber detail & unique inner-rose system
Named after the English architect Halsey Ricardo, this collection uses curved shapes to great effect. An Arts and Crafts designer, Halsey is renowned for several noteworthy creations, including Debenham House, a Grade I listed building in Kensington, London.
The direct inspiration for the 'Halsey' lever handle was taken from the Italianate style of the building, which features rounded arches and colourful ceramic inlays. We've reflected this in the inner moulding of the handle, which can be removed and replaced with an alternative material or finish.
A new take on our original Halsey lever design brings a new warmth and tactile feeling with a Timber inlay.
We can supply a timber cut-out template to enable a client to create their own inlay to match other timber finishes.