The production of Pleyel pianos was begun by Ignace Pleyel in 1807. It is one of the oldest French piano manufacturers. This beautiful Pleyel art-deco grand piano was built in 1898-1899, at a time when Pleyel was at its height of popularity in Europe. This instrument is of the Empire Revival style. It has an overall large and impressive appearance in person while still maintaining a delicate and formal look. The piano appears to be made of a beautiful rosewood case by French polished shellac hand finish. This piano is not just a beautiful piece of antique furniture; the quality of the piano will compare to any top quality new piano. Fully rebuilt with a new complete roller action – this mechanism design allows you to perform across all different Piano pieces.