Ivers & Pond Carved Louis XV Baby Grand Piano

These early 20th Century Ivers & Pond grand pianos are consistently some of the finest pianos we see come through our shop. Their tone quality and construction is superior in every way.

$25,000 after total restoration
(not including applicable sales tax & shipping charges)
  • YEAR: 1906
  • LENGTH: 5 feet, 0 inches
  • FINISH: Elegant Fancy Grain Mahogany Wood
  • STATUS: Pending Restoration
Shipping Services »

The Louis XV style is one of the most beautiful classic furniture styles ever produced. The style evolved during the reign of King Louis XV of France during the early 18th Century. Once considered a sign of wealth and extravagance, the Louis XV style has evolved into one of the most elegant and beautiful styles ever produced. The Louis XV style is simply timeless, and it is as popular today as popular today as it was centuries ago.

This stunning piano was known as the "Florentine Model", and is made in the highly desirable Louis XV carved style. The grain in the mahogany wood is stunning, making this instrument the perfect addition to the formal home where a more petite and elegant instrument is needed.  Note the lavishly carved legs, music rack, and pedal lyre. This piano will be restored to like-new condition, inside and out, and will be an absolute showpiece when it is completed.

If desired, this piano can be equipped with the Pianomation player system, and can play by itself by streaming music live on an iPod, computer, iPad, etc.

The original matching bench is included.


Ivers & Pond Advertisements Turn-Of-The-Century Era Ivers & Pond Sales Advertisements
Ivers & Pond Catalog 1889 Late Victorian Illustrated Ivers & Pond Piano Catalog, Circa 1889
Ivers & Pond Catalog 1891 Victorian Illustrated Ivers & Pond Piano Catalog, Circa 1881
Ivers & Pond Catalog 1895 Late 19th Century Illustrated Ivers & Pond Piano Catalog, Circa 1895


$25,000 After Total Restoration
1906 | Sold
$18,000 After Total Restoration
1907 | Sold
$25,000 After Total Restoration
1902 | Sold
$13,500 After Total Restoration
1906 | Sold
$12,000 After Total Restoration
1903 | Sold
$14,500 After Total Restoration
1892 | For Sale
$12,000 After Total Restoration
1894 | Sold