Private Collection , England, by 1698, when probably adapted from a tri-handled ewer with a spout mounted higher, and when a matching fountain and two basins were made by Ralph Leake.
by about 1750 - 1804
Nathaniel Curzon, fifth baronet and first baron Scarsdale, English, 1726 - 1804 (Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire, England), by inheritance to Nathaniel Curzon.
Source: Nathaniel Curzon married Caroline Colyear (1733-1812) in 1750. The armorial of the Curzon arms impaling Colyear was engraved between 1758, when he succeeded to the baronetcy, and 1761, when he was elevated to the peerage.
Nathaniel Curzon, second baron Scarsdale, English, 1751 - 1837 (Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire, Endland), by inheritance to Nathaniel Curzon.
Nathaniel Curzon, third baron Scarsdale, English, 1781 - 1856 (Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire, England), by inheritance to Alfred Nathaniel Holden Curzon.
Alfred Nathaniel Holden Curzon, fourth baron Scarsdale, English, 1831 - 1916 (Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire, England), by inheritance to George Nathaniel Curzon.
1916 - 1925
George Nathaniel Curzon, fifth baron and first viscount Scarsdale, English, 1859 - 1925 (Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire, England), by inheritance to Richard Nathaniel Curzon.
1925 - 1945
Richard Nathaniel Curzon, second viscount Scarsdale, English, 1898 - 1977 (Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire, England) [unsold, together with an English version of the fountain and a pair of matching cisterns all made by Ralph Leake 1698, Christie's, London, July 16, 1930, lot 72; unsold, same pairs as in 1930, Christie's, London, November 7, 1945, lot 114], and transferred to Kedleston Settled Estates.
1945 - 1947
Kedleston Settled Estates, 1945 - 1947 (35 St. Mary's Gate, Kedleston, Derby, England), sold privately to James Harris of S. H. Harris & Son Jewelry, London.
S. H. Harris & Son Jewelry (5 Hatton Garden, London EC1N, England)
Jacques Helft, French, 1891 - 1980 (Paris, France until 1940 and again from 1946; New York City, New York active 1940 - 1948)
before 1948 - 1962
Arturo López-Willshaw, Chilean, 1901 - 1962 (Paris, France), by inheritance to his wife, Patricia López-Willshaw.
1962 - 1982
Patricia López-Willshaw, Chilean, 1912 - 2010 (Paris, France) [offered for sale, Sotheby's, Monaco, June 23, 1976, no. 48, bought-in; sold to the J. Paul Getty Museum through Sotheby's, Monaco, 1982]