Basil Charles LE ROY ET FILS, PARIS

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There is much confusion about Le Roy watches: this is a very common name in France and many firms used it. From the end of 18th Century up to the beginning of 20th Century many watches have been produced by a lot of different makers using this name or some of its variations. Quality varied too. Anyway, the "first" Le Roy was Julien (1686-1759) whose workshop definitely closed about in 1783, after a few years under the direction of his son Pierre. Every later maker nothing has to share with the first Le Roy.
The most famous Le Roy firms were surely in Paris: one founded about in 1785 with the name "Le Roy" later changed in "Le Roy & Cie" by Basil Charles Le Roy in Galerie Montpensier, 13 & 15 Palais Royal; another called formerly "Leroy", later "Le Roy et Fils", in Galerie Valois, 114 & 115 Palais Royal.

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BASIL CHARLES LE ROY ET FILS, PARIS
Champleve enamel carriage clock
D200. A fine gorge cased carriage clock by Le Roy & Fils, which is decorated with well executed and attractively coloured champleve enamel to the f...
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BASIL CHARLES LE ROY ET FILS, PARIS
French Ormolu Mantel Clock by Le Roy & Fils of Paris
A fine and impressive gilt ormolu mantel clock in the Louis XVI style. It has a case embellished with floral and acanthus swags, urns with feather ...
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BASIL CHARLES LE ROY ET FILS, PARIS
Gilt Ormolu French Mantel Clock
An impressive French ormolu mantel clock, depicting a naval battle scene with an officer carrying a blunderbus pistol, a powder keg and loose canno...
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