1781 - before 1784
French Crown, Garde-Meuble de la Couronne, ordered from the menuisier François-Toussaint Foliot on November 29, 1780 for use by Marie-Antoinette. Delivered in July of 1781 and subsequently transferred to the queen's personal garde-meuble by 1784.
by 1784 - 1792
French Crown, Garde-Meuble de la Reine, nationalized by the revolutionary government in 1792.
1792 - 1793
French government, Convention Nationale, Garde-Meuble National, sold for 2,300 livres to Citizen Sellier in September of 1793.
Léopold Double [sold, Paris, May 30-June 1, 1881, no. 427]
Comte Henri Greffulhe, French, 1848 - 1932
Duveen Brothers, Inc.
Source: Inventory of Antique Furniture and Objets d'Art Purchased Abroad by Mrs. Hugh Dillman [...], Collectors' Files, Dillman, Anna Dodge. Duveen Brothers stock documentation, GRI, 2007.D.1, b. 367, f. 1, under no. 347-350.
Anna Thomson Dodge, American, born Scotland, 1871 - 1970
1970 - 1971
Estate of Anna Thomson Dodge, American, born Scotland, 1871 - 1970 [sold, The Highly Important Collection of French Furniture and Works of Art, Christie's, London, June 24, 1971, lot 66, through French and Company to the J. Paul Getty Museum.]
Source: French and Company invoice, June 28, 1971. J. Paul Getty Early Administrative Records, 1939, 1949-1986, undated. Getty Research Institute, IA10003, box 1986.IA.55-6, folder 7, April 1971 - January 1971.