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Napoleon III Period Three-Piece Gilt Bronze Clock Set by Lerolle Frères
By Lerolle Freres
Located in London, GB
Napoleon III period three-piece gilt bronze clock set by Lerolle Frères French, c. 1860 Clock: Height 59cm, width 52cm, depth 23cm Candelabra: Height 72cm, width 32cm, depth 20cm ...
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Antique 1860s French Napoleon III Mantel Clocks

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Ormolu, Metal, Bronze

Mid-19th Century French Louis XV Bronze Dore Cartel Wall Clock by Lerolle Freres
By Lerolle Freres
Located in Dallas, TX
Crafted in Paris, France, circa 1850 and made of bronze, the wall clock features intricate decor in high relief. The pediment has a classic urn shape embellished with pine cone finia...
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Antique Mid-19th Century French Louis XV Wall Clocks

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Bronze, Enamel

Fine French 19th Century Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Cartel Clock Lerolle Freres
By Lerolle Freres
Located in Los Angeles, CA
A very fine and Palatial French 19th Century Louis XV Style gilt bronze figural cartel clock by Lerolle Frères, the finely frame body with a circular face with Roman numerals, the c...
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Antique 19th Century French Louis XV Wall Clocks

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Ormolu

Lerolle Freres Gilt Bronze Louis XVI Style Wall Clock, 19th Century
By Lerolle Freres
Located in Portland, OR
Lerolle Freres gilt bronze wall clock third quarter of the 19th century. Louis XVI style having a round face with enamel Roman numerals, supported by a pair of winged cherubs on a de...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Louis XVI Wall Clocks

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Bronze, Ormolu

Lerolle Freres French Régence Style Bronze Mantel Clock
By Lerolle Freres
Located in New York, NY
French Régence style bronze mantel clock by Lerolle Frères, Paris, second half 19th century, the case with Boulle style decoration having central masque over glass door, the dial wit...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Regency Mantel Clocks

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Bronze

A High Quality French 19th Century Louis XVI Style Century Ormolu Clock
By Lerolle Freres
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A sensational high quality French mid 19th century Louis XVI st. ormolu clock. Raised on eight feet with very unique spiral designs in the front adorned with rosettes. The finely cha...
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Antique 19th Century French Clocks

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Ormolu

Early Ormolu Bronze Antique French Rococo Clock by Lerolle, Paris
By Lerolle Freres
Located in Belper, Derbyshire
A superb early Ormolu clock of sumptuous mercury fire gilded bronze by the renowned bronze founder Lerolle of Paris, dating from around 1840. It is formed of sweeping scrolls, acanth...
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Antique Early 19th Century French Rococo Table Clocks and Desk Clocks

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Ormolu

Fabulous French Crystal and Bronze Chandelier by Lerolle et Cie
By Lerolle Freres
Located in Fairfax, VA
This fabulous crystal and bronze chandelier has everything that makes a chandelier great. Graduated olive cut crystal chain covering gracefully from the top to the center as well as ...
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Vintage 1920s French Empire Chandeliers and Pendants

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Crystal, Bronze

Neoclassical Style Cartel Clock and Barometer Set by Lerolle Frères
By Lerolle Freres
Located in London, GB
The clock and barometer constructed in gilded bronze and featuring enamel plaques to the dial; each decorated with classical motifs included scrolling acanthus leaves and pine cone f...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Neoclassical Wall Clocks

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Enamel, Ormolu

19th Century Centerpiece after Lerolle Freres Paris, circa 1862
Located in Dallas, TX
19th century French gilt bronze centerpiece finely cast with figures of Ceres on each side. Fruit swags with Mythological figures in the centre.
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Antique Mid-19th Century French Neoclassical Planters, Cachepots and Jar...

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Gilt Metal

Impressive Palace Size French Centrepiece
By Lerolle Freres
Located in Dallas, TX
Marvellous French centrepiece after Lerolle Freres Paris in stunning bronze ormolu. Having detailed floral swag, masks and nudes of mythological figures, and flanked by figures of th...
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1990s French Centerpieces

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Bronze, Ormolu

Lerolle Freres For Sale on 1stDibs

At 1stDibs, there are several options of lerolle freres available for sale. Frequently made of metal, ormolu and bronze, all lerolle freres available were constructed with great care. Lerolle freres have been produced for many years, with earlier versions available from the 19th Century and newer variations made as recently as the 20th Century. Lerolle freres made by Neoclassical designers — as well as those associated with Empire — are very popular at 1stDibs.

How Much are Lerolle Freres?

The average selling price for at 1stDibs is $18,250, while they’re typically $1,440 on the low end and $62,270 highest priced.

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