about 1620 - 1621
Camillo Borghese, later Pope Paul V, 1550 - 1621, by inheritance within the Borghese family.
1621 - about 1800
Borghese Family, Italian
possibly W. Kent [unsold, A Catalogue of the Remaining Very Superb and Costly Ornamental Furniture of a Collector of Taste, Christie's, London, July 4, 1821, lot 89.]
Source: The stand was already existent: "It is supported upon an open portico of Ionick fluted columns of ebony, with brass capitals—the back of the lower part is looking-glass.”
Edwards Holmes Baldock, English, 1777 - 1845, sold to George IV, 1827.
1827 - 1830
King George IV of England, English, 1762 - 1830, by inheritance within The Royal Collection, 1830.
1830 - 1959
The Royal Collection [sold by order of H. M. Queen Elizabeth II, Christie's, London, October 2, 1959, lot 184B, to Aladar de Zellinger Balkany.]
Source: Although the sale is entitled "Property of H. M. Queen Mary from Marlborough House," the cabinet was not the property of Queen Mary, but of the Royal Collection.
1959 - 1984
Aladar Zellinger de Balkany, Romanian, 1899 - 1984, by inheritance to Robert Zellinger de Balkany.
1984 - 2015
Robert Zellinger de Balkany, French, 1931 - 2015, by inheritance to his heirs, 2015.
2015 - 2016
Zellinger de Balkany Family [sold, Robert de Balkany, Rue de Varenne, Paris - Evening Sale, Sotheby's, Paris, September 20, 2016, lot 56, sold to the J. Paul Getty Museum.]