An exceptionally rare fortepiano by Charles Lemme. Lemme originally worked in Braunschweig before moving to Paris, where he worked with Pleyel for a short time. The workmanship of his instruments is renown. A number of square pianos by Lemme still survive, but this is the only grand we have ever seen, and it is a […]
An incredibly rare early 19th Century fortepiano by Freudenthaler, Paris, 1809. 5 pedals, FF-c4. Beautifully restrained and elegant casework in Cuban mahogany with flame maple interior and fine ormolu mounts. Truly exceptional.
An Erard grand piano veneered in ebony with extensive engraved ivory marquetry. The standard of craftsmanship is exceptional. Given the quality of the work and the original cost of producing work of this quality, we believe this may have originally been an exhibition instrument.
A truly exceptional grand piano by Erard, Paris, 1897 with casework by Maison Jansen, one of the most influential design firms of the 19th and 20th Centuries. Maison Jansen was founded in 1880 by Dutch-born Jean-Henri Jansen. Originally based in Paris, Maison Jansen was the first International design firm, serving clients in Europe, Latin America, […]