Flute by Eisenbrant in Gottingen circa 1780.
Flute by Eisenbrant in Gottingen circa 1780.3 silver keys,Wood : violet. Ivory mounts very wide, mint condition.We find in that flute the possibility to extend the foot by an ivory mount on a metal slide with guide marks.to get the righ pitch.Exceptional.
Two silver keys flute by Johann August Crone.Circa 1780.
Two silver keys flute by Johann August Crone,circa 1780.The footjoint was missing,so we ask to our repairer,one of the bests to make a new footjoint.He is a specialist,making Crone flutes copies.Now the instrument is repaired.Sound and work are perfect.Photos very soon.
A pair of two flutes with 3 corps de rechange by EISENBRANT in GÖTTINGEN circa 1785.
In an original case a pair of two flutes with 3 corps de rechange,4 silver keys.signed EISENBRANT in GÖTTINGEN.very rare left handed flutes.one is boxwood,ivory mounts.other,ebony ivory mounts,flutes and case are in mint condition.in the case another compartment,with the possibility to put scores,and,still there a pliable music stand.this was probably the property of a professional musician.last quarter of 18 th century.C 1785.
Flute by FLORIO circa 1775/1785.
Flute by FLORIO PIETRO GRASSI circa 1775/1785.in A.boxwood with ivory mounts,six square silver keys.and 3 corps de rechange.bearing the mark on all parts : FLORIO,and FLORIO LONDON on the foot.wonderfull instrument,in mint condition.FLORIO from italian extraction was a famous flutist in that period.and was also an inventor.he added keys to the flute (6 keys flute).
Flute by BEAUTHIER circa 1780
Flute by BEAUTHIER circa 1780,maker who worked during the twenty last years of the eighteeth century.only a few instruments known.we know the BERLIOZ flute from LA COTE SAINT ANDRE where is situated the BERLIOZ house, now a museum.this instrument is in good condition,just restored,the embouchure maybe enlarged,but not sure.the original silver key with the spring attached on the wood.signed BEAUTHIER on each joint.pattern of the eighteenth century workmanship.
flute by J.F.SCHWABE in LEIPZIG
flute by J.F.SCHWABE circa 1770/1780,boxwood,ivory mounts,three corps de rechange,the right hand was missing,our repairer made a copy, in original skinbag,remarkable instrument by the sonorousness and the so nice workmanship.J.F.SCHWABE was active between 1747 and 1782,his son continuing under the same name.many WI makers worked for him as CRONE,BUCHENTHAL,FLEMMING....baroque flute ? classical flute ? diificult to affirm either.