Denis-François Dubois became master clockmaker in 1767. By 1772 he was established at rue des Cordeliers and then in 1783 at rue des Fossés-Monsieur-le-Prince. Tardy, Dictionnaire des Horlogers Français, pp.Dubois died around 1791 and came from a renowned French horological dynasty. His Grandfather was the clockmaker Pierre Dubois while his Father was François Dubois b.
1772 who worked for ten years as a companion to Julien Le Roy (Clockmaker to the King) as well as Pierre II Le Roy, François Béliard and Voisin fils. Denis-François Dubois, married Marie-Madeleine Beaudet and was received as a Parisian maître in September 1767, Specialising as a maker of very fine clocks. The item "Fine Louis XV ormolu clock circa 1770, the dial signed D.
Dubois a Paris" is in sale since Thursday, September 13, 2018. This item is in the category "Antiques\Antique Clocks\Mantel/Carriage Clocks\Pre-1900". The seller is "maryrose7915" and is located in Northants. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.