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″
A fabulous Art Deco half-moon grand piano, with star-patterned veneer in figured maple, inlay banding in satinwood and ebony. This is an exceptionally rare model with a u-shaped base, much sought-after by Art Deco collectors. Original matching stool. 4’2″. NB : The photo shown is of another example which we have now sold, but we […]
One of the much-admired half-moon design Art Deco Grand pianos by Strohmenger, ca. 1930. These are a highly successful piano design with an exceptional sound for such a small piano, only 4’2″
A pure Art Deco grand piano by Monington and Weston, London, ca 1930. Veneered in extremely rare quilted maple with ebonised detailing. Original matching stool.
A fine Art Deco grand piano by this highly-respected top English maker. Veneered in figured ash and walnut. This piano is believed to have originally been on an ocean liner as it still has the original floor fixings.