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20-06-2015, 06:44

Erard grand serial number 102332 art cased grand made in Paris finished the 15th November 1912.

Designed by the famous Passenger boat designer, Georges Remon of the house P.H. Remon Paris.

Also famously known for his many designs as well as designing rooms within hotels of the names of the Ritz Hotel in London UK.

The pianos was sold to Mme Soucaret Dhainaut, résident 161 avenue Victor Hugo.
Sumptuous case of Citrus woods with various inlays in exotic woods, with flower patterns to the sides of the case in the style of Louis XVI. Supported by a six legs.

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6-06-2015, 03:02
Category: Harps » 19th Century Harps

Erard Harp Paris serial number 188 - Circa 1809

We offer for sale a beautiful Erard harp serial number 188 circa 1809 single action, with rams head decoration to the head of the staff...

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14-03-2015, 04:29

Erard Art cased upright piano serial number 79198 made in the year 1899,

one of the finest examples of craftsmanship in Luxury furniture from the 19th century Beaux Art period.

This piano offers a glimpse into the masterpieces of 19th century furniture by the period’s pre-eminent craftsman of  Alfred Beurdeley, including François Linke, Guillaume Grohé, Mathieu Befort and Henry Dasson. The piano focuses on signed pieces in the French royal styles of the Ancien Régime and evokes the Beaux Arts building projects of the 19th century, when new international elite competed to furnish their Renaissance style châteaux with palatial furniture and objects such as pianos. This piano offers collectors the opportunity to acquire exceptional works of art and music in a continuation of this proud tradition...

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3-02-2015, 09:55
Category: News, Art Case Pianos

Exquisite Fine art cased piano by Erard serial number 79198 made in the year 1899,

sold by Boudet Paris high end luxury furniture boutique.

A fine French ormolu-mounted mahogany, satinwood and fruitwood marquetry and parquetry-inlaid upright piano.
The movement by Erard, The case attributed to Alfred Beurdeley, Paris, Dated 1899.

 

Exquisite Fine art cased piano by Erard serial number ***** made in the year 1899...sold by Boudet Paris high end luxury furniture boutique

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30-01-2015, 05:11
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Grand piano ca. 1840
Érard & Co., London
Wood, various materials; L. of case (perpendicular to keyboard) 97 1/4 in. (247 cm); W. of case (parallel to keyboard) 58 7/8 in. (149.5 cm)
Gift of Mrs. Henry McSweeney, 1959 (59.76)

 

Sébastien Érard (1752–1831), who made his first piano in 1777, manufactured harps and pianos, and published music. Founding his firm in Paris in 1768, he served many French aristocrats: the duchesse de Villeroy provided him with a workshop, and he designed a special transposing piano for Marie Antoinette. The French Revolution seriously impaired sales (many of Érard's early instruments were confiscated from the aristocracy and burned), so he opened a second manufacturing and sales facility in London.

 

Érard's first pianos featured an English-style action (key mechanism), but by 1822 his brother and business partner Pierre had patented an improved mechanism featuring a double escapement, to permit players to repeat notes with greater speed and control. This action, with a few refinements, is used in today's grand pianos.

 

The cast iron frame had been patented in America in 1825, but European piano makers hesitated to adopt this feature (Conrad Graf continued to make wood cases until about 1840). In 1825, the Érard firm patented a frame constructed of iron bars and plates. While not as rigid and effective as the cast iron frame, the bolted-on iron bars, mounted both above and below the soundboard, greatly improved tuning stability. Many prominent musicians, including Haydn and Beethoven, used Érard pianos. Liszt made his sensational Paris and London debuts on Érard pianos fitted with the newly invented double-repetition action...

 


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