Person    | Male  Born 1854  Died 15/2/1928

Halsey Ricardo

Categories: Architecture

Architect in the Arts and Crafts style, and designer. Born Bath. Worked for 10 years with William de Morgan and specialised in using glazed materials. Work in London includes: Debenham (or Peacock) House at 8 Addison Road, Listed Grade I; 57 Melbury Road; 117 Old Church Street, where the plaque is. Descended from a brother of David, and father of Harry and Anna. Died Cambridgeshire.

We found the image on Google+ and it's supposed to be Ricardo in 1895.

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Halsey Ricardo

Halsey Ricardo designed this house 1914. In Memoriam ACP 1928 CMP

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