Erard French Baroque Style Parlor Grand Piano

Stunning French Baroque Style Parlor Grand Piano By Erard of Paris

International Client
(not including applicable sales tax & shipping charges)
DEPOSITS: The restoration of this instrument has not been completed. A 30% deposit is required on instruments pending restoration. This deposit holds the instrument and keeps it from being offered to another clients, and it also makes that piano’s restoration a priority. Once we complete the restoration, we invite the client to visit our shop to see and hear the piano. If the client is unable to visit our shop, we will send professional photos and videos of the piano for review. The client then has the option of paying the balance and purchasing the piano, transferring their balance to another piano in our shop, or getting a full refund for their deposit. The client is never at risk.
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SPECIFICATIONS
YEAR: 1905
LENGTH: 6 feet, 0 inches
FINISH: Mahogany With Antique Gold Trim
STATUS: Currently Undergoing Restoration
DESCRIPTION

This lovely French Baroque style piano was built by the firm of Sebastian Erard of Paris in the French Baroque Style. The French Baroque Style is one of the most beautiful and elaborate furniture styles ever produced. The style evolved during the reign of King Louis XV of France during the early 18th Century. Considered a sign of wealth and extravagance, the French Baroque style has remained one of the most beautiful and formal styles in history.
This instrument is made of mahogany wood trimmed with richly carved gold trimmed scalloping and moldings, features found only on highest grade instruments. The legs, lyre and molding are extensively carved and gilded, giving the piano a stunning and formal appearance overall. The original matching French Baroque piano bench is included.

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