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...
Pianino made by
Case made of rosewood. The wooden Framed piano is in its original condition, together with the original strings and the tuning pins.
H. Roloff Upright piano serial number 499 - Circa 1840s
This upright piano was built by Heinrich Roloff circa 1840s serial number 499. Because of its shape and the opening by the pedals, it is usually referred to as a “dog kennel” upright. The factory was in Neubrandenburg, Germany. We know of a few similar Roloff Dog Kennel pianos. One, with serial number 361, is in Frankfurt, Germany in the Bezirksmuseum. The other, with serial number 1167, is in Bydgoszcz, Poland at the Filharmonia Pomorska.
Ignace Pleyel Upright serial number 13765 - Year 1846
Pianino made by Ignace Pleyel from the year 1846 in a spotted mahogany sculpted rich case.
Described as Model 7 in archives.Another fantastic example of the art and design mixed with the music and magic these early pianos hold in our history.