about 1787 - 1792
French Crown, Garde-Meuble de la Reine (ordered by Pierre-Charles Bonnefoy du Plan for the chambre à coucher du treillage at the Petit Trianon, Versailles, France), nationalized by the revolutionary government in 1792.
1792 - 1793
French government, Convention Nationale, Garde-Meuble National [included with the rest of the queen's bedchamber furniture as no. 2477 in the October 2 1793 sale], sold at auction and acquired by the marchand-mercier Rocheux through the agent and merchant Hébert.
Rocheux (Paris, France)
Senator George P. Wetmore, 1846 - 1921 (Château-sur-Mer, Newport, Rhode Island), by inheritance to his daughters Edith M.K. Wetmore and Maude A.K Wetmore, 1921.
1921 - 1951
1951 - 1966
Edith M.K. Wetmore, 1870 - 1966, devolved to her estate upon her death, 1966.
1966 - 1969
Estate of Edith M.K. Wetmore, 1870 - 1966 (Château-sur-Mer, Newport, Rhode Island), consigned at her death to Parke-Bernet Galleries, 1969.
1969 - 1971
Parke-Bernet Galleries (New York) (New York, New York), [unsold, (...) Works of Art at Château-sur-Mer, Newport Residence of the Late Edith M.K. Wetmore & Maude A.K. Wetmore, Parke-Bernet, Château-sur-Mer, Newport, Rhode Island, September 16-18, 1969, lot 1037; sold, 18th-Century French & Other Continental Furniture (...), Parke-Bernet, New York, New York, Februrary 20, 1971, lot 122, to Dalva Brothers Inc.]
1971 - 1972
Dalva Brothers, Inc., American, founded 1933, dissolved 2020 (New York, New York), sold to the J. Paul Getty Museum, 1972.