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Step into the opulent world of music and craftsmanship with our magnificent English Georgian Pianoforte, a masterpiece crafted by the renowned piano-maker John Broadwood, who served as the personal piano-maker for the illustrious George IV circa 1825. This exceptional instrument is a testament to the pinnacle of musical artistry and the unmatched skill of its maker.
Constructed from rich mahogany, this pianoforte is a visual symphony of materials, featuring exquisite rosewood and brass inlays that accentuate its timeless beauty. The meticulous craftsmanship extends to every detail, with ormolu mounts adding a touch of regal splendor to an already extraordinary piece.
The top can be lifted to display the magical strings and hammers within, and there are various ways in which to fold the lid open or closed. There is also a fold up stand for your sheet music, and a side compartment to hold small items.
The exterior of the pianoforte is a true work of art, with the mahogany finish showcasing a deep, lustrous sheen that only time can bestow. The rosewood and brass inlays create a mesmerizing tapestry of patterns, while the ormolu mounts add a touch of sophistication, reflecting the craftsmanship of a period that revered both art and music.
This Georgian Pianoforte is not just a musical instrument; it’s a living piece of history that will transform any space into a sanctuary of refined taste and cultural appreciation. Whether you are a connoisseur of classical music, a collector of fine instruments, or an admirer of historical craftsmanship, this pianoforte is a rare opportunity to own a piece of the past that continues to resonate with timeless elegance.
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19th Century (1800 – 1899)
W 175 x H 84 x D 66cm