Brinsmead and Sons grand piano with a polished rosewood case
An antique, John Brinsmead and Sons grand piano with a polished rosewood case. Adam style swags and bows inlaid around case. Gate legs.
Reference Number: 10
Make: John Brinsmead and Sons
Serial Number: 46506
Age: Circa 1900
Size [cm]: length: 200 width: 160
Size [inches]: length: 78 width: 63
Description: Reconditioned and repolished. Adam style swags around the case. Patent Brinsmead action and wrest plank. Eighty-eight note keyboard. Two-piece ivory keyboard.
RECONDITIONED: Tuned, Cleaned, Regulated, Action checked, with parts replaced where necessary. Case revived, scratches removed.
Price is £9995GBP at current exchange rates.
This piano is currently in the UK and for sale via Besbrode Pianos Leeds.
Besbrode Pianos is a specialist piano dealer and wholesaler based in Leeds, UK.
Our extensive showrooms occupy three premises including four floors of a Victorian mill on the edge of Leeds city centre. This makes us one of the UK's largest retailers.
We permanently display more than 250 new and pre-owned pianos from leading brands with
an entire floor dedicated to the Steinway family of pianos. This impressive inventory offers pianists an
unrivalled opportunity to play and compare pianos side by side. We are experts in packing and shipping and have been selling pianos individually and by wholesale across the globe for the last thirty years.
Besbrode Pianos is an authorised agent for Steinway & Sons and offers the full range of Steinway, Boston and Essex pianos for retail.
For last six years Besbrode Pianos has been official partner to the Leeds International Piano Competition, providing pianos for the competitor's rehearsals. This year, alongside the competition we held an artcased piano exhibition showcasing a range of unique, pianos of cultural and historical interest. Our showrooms were featured in the BBC footage of the Leeds International Piano Competition 2012.
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