Friday 26 March 2021

If music be the food of love, play on

Music lovers across the globe came together as one on Wednesday 24th March to purchase many much loved instruments from the late Dr Ian Brunt's personal collection. 

Lot 281: A Harpsichord by Robert Deegan of Lancaster, MCMXCV, the gold coloured outer case decorated with trompe l'oeil, putti and swags. The lid opening to reveal further painted decoration, dated 1995. 238cm length, 95cm width. Sold for £8000

Lot 287: A John Broadwood and Sons, London, mahogany square piano, with ornate brass locks and supported on turned tapering legs, (no number found). Circa 1820s. 248cm length x 123cm wide. Sold for £7500

Dr Brunt's collection realised over £50,000

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