Raingo Frères

Raingo Frères was a French clock-making company that was founded in Paris in 1813 by Jean-Baptiste Raingo. The company specialized in the production of high-quality clocks, and was known for its technical innovation and elegant designs.
Raingo Frères clocks were highly sought after by collectors and connoisseurs of fine timepieces, and the company received numerous awards and accolades for its work. Raingo Frères clocks were exhibited at international expositions and were often commissioned by European royalty and nobility.
The company produced a wide range of clocks, including mantel clocks, wall clocks, and carriage clocks, and also created elaborate clock cases that were often decorated with intricate carvings, gilding, and enamel work. Raingo Frères clocks were produced in a variety of styles, including Empire, Louis XV, and Art Deco.
The company continued to produce clocks well into the 20th century, and its legacy lives on through the many examples of Raingo Frères clocks that are still admired and collected today.
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