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, […]
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.
An important instrument by this highly-regarded maker known for his unique case designs. The case has been designed by the renowned Danish architect Bent Helweg-Møller, exhibiting intriguing Art Deco and Modernist design elements. Beautiful integral lighted music desk as part of the original design. Flame mahogany case. 6’6″