Jacques Dubois, maître in 1742.
Pierre II Migeon, maître in 1739.
Jacques Dubois (1693-1763) worked as an ouvrier libre in the Faubourg Saint-Antoine before becoming maître. He was known to have worked for the marchand Antoine-Nicolas-Joseph Bertin and the marchant ébéniste Pierre Migeon, whose stamp appears next to Dubois' on a number of pieces of furniture, such as on the 'de Vergennes' bureau plat in the Louvre (S. Mouquin, Pierre IV Migeon 1696-1758, Paris, 2001, pg. 39, fig. 12). Dubois also undertook several commissions for foreign clients, notably the celebrated corner cupboard now in the J. Paul Getty Museum, originally supplied to Count Jan Klemens Branicki, Warsaw.