Erard Flügel

Erard, Paris, Flügel, Serien Nummer 19507 , hergestellt im Jahr 1847.
Ein seltenes wertvolles Modell, hergestellt aus Rosewood mit Guilloché Bänder, die das Gehäuse des Flügels einrahmen. Wurde an eine  Mme Ernest Barbier in Paris von einer Mme Ricard verkauft .
Der Flügel hat eine Länge von 212 cm.

Der Flügel muß restauriert werden.



Guilloché (or guilloche) is a decorative technique in which a very precise, intricate and repetitive pattern is mechanically engraved into an underlying material via engine turning, which uses a machine of the same name, also called a rose engine lathe. This mechanical technique improved on more time-consuming designs achieved by hand and allowed for greater delicacy, precision, and closeness of line, as well as greater speed.
The term “guilloche” is also used more generally for repetitive architectural patterns of intersecting or overlapping spirals or other shapes, as used in the Ancient Near East, classical Greece and Rome and neo-classical architecture, and Early Medieval interlace decoration in Anglo-Saxon art and elsewhere. Medieval Cosmatesquestone inlay designs with two ribbons winding around a series of regular central points are very often called guilloche. These central points are often blank, but may contain a figure, such as a rose . These senses are a back-formation from the engraving guilloché, so called because the architectural motifs resemble the designs produced by later guilloché techniques.


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