Early Rosewood Nunns & Clark Square Grand Piano
The firm of Robert Nunns and John Clark was one of the most celebrated American piano makers of the early to middle 19th Century. Nunns & Clark built a full line of elaborate, high-quality square grand pianos in New York for decades and they are considered some of the finer square grand pianos ever built by today’s collectors.
This beautiful piano is made of Brazilian Rosewood and is a unique blend of both Rococo and Empire Revival styles. The cabinet is adorned with delicate carved panels on either side of the keyboard, complimented by the beautifully carved filigree music rack and pedal lyre. Note the beautiful box-wood key fronts, a style used on very early instruments.
This piano is being restored to like-new condition, inside and out. Computerized player mechanisms can be installed if desired.