A rare and important Bluthner concert grand piano with case designed by the German Architect Gabriel von Seidl in the Jugendstil manner, for the Villa Prym. Cherrywood and ebonised fruitwood base. Nameplate inlaid with mother-of-pearl.
An exceptionally rare Pleyel Double grand piano, dated 1926. Very few were made and very few can still be found. This piano also comes with an important provenance, having originally belonged the French novelist and politician André Malraux.