Broadwood Boudior Grand Piano

John Broadwood is one of the oldest and most renowned piano makers in the world. Established in the mid-1700's, Broadwood has built pianos in England for over 2 centuries and continues to make some of Europe's finest pianos today.

$18,000 after total restoration
(not including applicable sales tax & shipping charges)
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Specifications
  • YEAR: 1898
  • LENGTH: 5 feet, 8 inches
  • FINISH: Mahogany With Ebony Trim
  • STATUS: Currently Undergoing Restoration
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description

This piano is known as a Boudoir Grand Piano, and is made of rosewood with ebony trim. Note that the grain in the wood runs in a vertical pattern rather than horizontal like most American instruments. Another interesting feature of this piano is the name "Broadwood" is carved out in the music stand in overlapping letters! This piano has a smooth, even touch and a big, warm sound. It is a late Victorian style case, typical of the turn of the century English grand pianos. This piano features a full cast iron plate, and is late enough to encompass all of the modern methods in piano building. An original matching stool is included. This piano can be fitted with computerized player mechanisms.

INSTRUMENT CATALOGS & EPHEMERA

Broadwood Manxman Piano Advertisement Turn-Of-The-Century Advertisement For The "Manxman" Arts & Crafts Model Piano Designed By M.H. Baillie Scott, Built By John Broadwood, London
Broadwood Newspaper Article 19th Century Newspaper Article Featuring The John Broadwood Piano Factory, London, Circa 1858
John Broadwood Sales Catalog John Broadwood Sales Catalog, Circa 1897

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