Ignace Pleyel Square pianoforte serial number 13799 - Year 1846
Large square pianoforte made by Ignace Pleyel Paris serial number 13799 made in the year 1846. Case made of rosewood with a ribbed edging around case. X form legs stand connected to the Lyra system.Pianos like this are such beautiful pieces of furniture and beautiful sounding instrument for music .
Unique Pianino made by Pleyel Paris serial number 18058 made in the year 1852.
Special sculpted oak case is Renaissance style . Two winged griffons adding a stature along the front panel of the piano protecting the piano as guardians. This special and unique piano was Ordered by Charles Louis Ambroise Thomas (5 August 1811 – 12 February 1896) famously known French composer, best known for his operas Mignon (1866) and Hamlet (1868, after Shakespeare) and as Director of the Conservatoire de Paris from 1871 till his death.
Ignace Pleyel Grand piano GP Model - Serial number 6742 - Year 1838
Ignace Pleyel grand piano GP Model, serial number 6742 year 1838. Rich Model case in original condition. You don't find them in this condition. Case made of Courabaril with rosewood bands and brass inlay and hammer covered in leather. Chopin grand piano serial number 7267 is the exact same model. Another great find by Palace Pianos...
Ignace Pleyel Grand serial number 13215 - Year 1847
Pleyel Grand serial number 13215 made in the year 1847. According to our records and archives from Pleyel, this piano is not only the close matching model to the Great composer, Frederick Chopin piano serial number 13214, but as well was finished on the same month as well.
Another odd coincidence, both grand piano were chosen on March 1st, 1847, Chopins Birthday! He would have been 37 years old. Both pianos as well made of "Acajou Chenille" or Mahogany with Worm design in the wood. Pleyel Grand serial number 13215, made by the same workers at Pleyel, was sold to a General In Reims France at the same time that Chopin Frederick Chopins Grand piano ...
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