P. Kjellberg, L'Encyclopédie de la Pendule Française du Moyen Age au XXe, Paris, 1997, pp. 176-177, fig. D. A clock of the same design by Dubois executed in white marble, with Maurice Segoura, Paris.
R. Savill, The Wallace Collection, Catalogue of Sèvres Porcelain, London, 1988, p. 282, note 4.
Tardy, French Clocks The World Over Part II: From Louis XVI style to Louis XVIII-Charles X period, Paris, 1981, p. 41. Another by Musson, from the 'Au Balancier de Cristal Collection'. Tardy further lists another by Lepaute at Fontainebleau.

David-Frédéric Dubois (b. La Chaux-de-Fonds, d. bf 1789), received as maître on 7 August 1780. Established Rue Saint-Honoré by 1781.
A design for an almost identical case by Beaucour exists and is listed as N° 101 in an album preserved in the Bibliothèque Jacques Doucet in Paris.


Width: 30  11 ¾
Depth: 16 6
Height: 43.5  17