A 7 key, Boxwood and Ivory Clarinet by Metzler, Marked on all four sections. On the Bell "Metzler & Co, 37, Great, Marlborgh St., London". Inch long Surface crack form 2nd top hole to edge, sealed. All key springs are working. No other visible damage.
Length is 20 5/8 inches.
From the Belle Epogue time period, this is a beautiful parasol handle, circa 1900. It entails mother of pearl and gold-filled crabstock handle. It is in good condition and measures 8.5" long. *Call our store to process order,
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A round ironstone mold with geometric shapes to resemble a turban-shaped mold, made in England in the 1800s. The mold is in mint condition, with no chips, cracks, stains, repairs or crazing. It measures 5-1/2 inches in diameter across the top and 4-5/8 inches tall.
This deep ironstone mold depicts a bunch of asparagus. It is probably English in origin, but could be German. It is in mint condition, with no chips, cracks, stains, repairs or crazing. The mold measures 7 by 5-3/4 inches across the top and 4-1/4 inches tall.
A five key Boxwood and horn Clarinet marked on the lower joint "(Hapsburg eagle) FISCHER, IN, EGER". All keys are working well. Damages are 1/4 inch crack top joint and 1 1/4 inch crack (contained) on bell. Original MP. Length is 17 3/4 inches.
An unmarked 5 key Clarinet, Boxwood and Ivory, in very good condition, even though the back key was replaced by a later key. Small chips on wood part of bell edge. Length is 20 1/2 inches. Original MP included.
A 6 key Boxwood and Ivory Clarinet in very good playing condition. A metal support ring is around the center Ivory ring in order to maintain the ring and a short crack. The letter "B" on all sections is the only marking. Length is 22 5/8 inches. Original MP.
Originally a 7 key Clarinet, two pin mounted keys were added. No makers mark. All keys are working. No damage. Original MP. length is 22 5/8/inches.
An 8 key, Block Mounted, Boxwood and Ivory Clarinet in near mint condition by Cramer, London who was it this address 1808-12. On the bell "Cramer & Son, London, (Unicorn) N0.20 Pall-Mall" Original MP. All padded, and possibly ready to play as is. Length is 23 1/2 inches.
A five block mounted key Clarinet by Adler, Bamberg, c.1836. Stained Boxwood with horn rings. Marked on every section "(logo) Adler, Bamberg, *4*,1". Brass Thumb rest. Although not a beautiful instruments, this Clarinet, with original MP, is in perfect working order. Length is 23 inches. No crack or other damage.
A boxwood and Ivory Clarinet by Metzler, London. Six block-mounted keys. This instrument is in extraordinary condition with original MP and what appears to be all good pads. Length is 20 3/4 inches,
A Boxwood and bone 6 key Clarinet in C by Martin fils, Paris(?) Five block mounted keys and one pin mounted. Makers mark (very faint) "(Bee) Martin fils, Paris (in oval)(superimposed initials) C" All keys work well. Crack in barrel and one ring. Two surface cracks in upper joint. 5 of the pads look usable. Good wood MP. Length is 19 3/16 inches.
Boxwood and Bone six keyed Clarinet by H. Gunckel, Paris 19th.C. Five block mounted and one pin mounted key. Marked on all sections "(Cornet) Henri Gunckel, Paris (in oval) (Superimposed)HG, (Letter)B" accept for a chip on one bone ring, this Clarinet is in perfect condition. Even the pads look usable. Length is 22 1/2 inches.
A seven keyed,Block mounted Clarinet, Boxwood with bone rings. All keys work very well. Some chips on bone rings. One is cracked. Playable accept for pads and one stringing. Length is 19 3/4inches. Original M.P. in good condition.
An unmarked Boxwood and Bone, six keyed Clarinet in excellent condition with original MP (good) and cap. Marked only "B" on three joints. Length is 22 1/4 inches.
This may be one of the earliest Boehm System Clarinets in existence. Made c.1880. Serial #180. Six rings and 13 keys, all in working order. Two barrels with metal inserts. Length with short barrel is 23 1/4 inches. Add half an inch for the longer barrel. Excellent condition. Very heavy, might be Ebony. It was made about 40 years after the earliest French examples by L.A. Buffet and many other French makers
An unsigned, six key Clarinet with bone rings. Original MP is chipped and not playable. Two keys will require springs. Carved thumb is chipped but usable. Every thing else is good. Length is 22 3/4 inches.
A Boxwood and Ivory, five Block mounted keyed Clarinet in "C" by J. Meacham, Albany c. 1812. Aside form the damaged MP, this Clarinet will need very little (pads and string) to be in playing condition. A short sealed surface crack on upper joint. Makers mark on all sections. Bell reads "Meacham, Comp, Albany C" Length is 20 1/4 inches.