Blüthner Queen Victoria

The English Society in the Victorian Age of the 19th century adored the style of the Neo - Renaissance, which expressed the wealth and the feeling to belong to the most important nation of the world in a most convincing way. Queen Victoria and her husband Albert coined that period which was later named after them. Blüthner was at that time purveyor to the Royal Court. The instrument designed in the style of this time, executed in precious rosewood, enhanced with hand carved ornaments and applications, with powerfully styled legs and a finely etched music desk, conveys perfectly the philosophy of that period. The styling of that instrument rightfully carries the name: Queen Victoria


Concert Grand


Width: 5'2" (158 cm)  Length: 7'8" (238 cm)