That is a Moen Monticello. If you hold the lever part of handle and turn the lower ball of handle the handle will /should come off. older ones had metal parts and sometimes corrode to where they won't turn off. Later version had a plastic insert that allowed for easier removal. inside the handle is a splined adapter which makes it a LH or RH turning faucet. sometimes these break. look for a parts break down on moen site for monticell.http://www.moen.com/replacement-part...MGLIB:T4572CPC
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