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
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.