Leroy et fils

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The firm of Leroy et fils was founded by Bazile Charles Leroy in 1789. He was a clockmaker to the Emperor Napoleon, The Duke of Orleans, The Duke of Bourbon and Princess Pauline. In 1823, he filed a patent for self-winding atmospheric clock operated by a weather vane and in 1840 a patent for wind clocks. When Charles Louis died in 1865 his son Louis Leroy took over the running of the business.

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A Louis XVI Style Gilt-Bronze Champlevé Enamel Mantel Clock
An Exceptional Louis XVI Style Gilt-Bronze Champlevé Enamel Mantel Clock. This fine gilt-bronze and champlevé enamel clock has an arched cas...
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Adrian Alan
French Bronze Gilt Louis XV Style Mantel Clock
An impressive French drum shaped bronze gilt mantel clock with foliate design and swags of flowers on white carrara marble shaped base stood on dec...
Arrowsmith Antiques
Gorge striking carriage clock by Leroy
A nice example of an 1870s carriage clock, with its original leather carrying case. The 8-day movement strikes the hours and the passing of the hal...
Carlton Clocks Ltd.