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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 7973 19/04/2017 Steinway 1 See Ferrari text Pictures MUST credit : Steinway and Sons / Baldi A high-end jewellery company has hit the right note with renowned piano building company Steinway.Italian company Baldi has created a range of Special Edition Gran Piano models covered with thinly sliced precious stones for the instrument maker with prices at around an eye-watering ??Z600,000 Euros / ?L500,000 GBP For those with a slightly smaller budget, a gold there are more simple 24k gold plated versions in the Armonia Limited Edition collection between ??Z300,000 Euros / ?L250,000 GBP and ??Z420,000 Euros / ?L350,000 GBP . The pianos in both editions all feature the melodious names ??sAcanto???, ??sImpero???, ??sMuse???, ??sRichelieu??? and ??sSherazad??? and customers can choose between different bronze applications.Each named design in both collections is limited to ten grand pianos.All the pieces are inspired by Renaissance art for which Baldi is known.One set features gold plate over hand made bronze casts.But the higher-priced special editions also use precious stones such as malachite, lapis lazuli, amethyst, tiger eye plus mouth-blown crystal.Baldi???s creations are all produced at the factory in Firenze, Italy where dedicated artisans combine modern techniques and traditional skills. Steinway & Sons has been synonymous with the highest standards in quality for over 160 years. Every Steinway is built with decades of experience, by artisans who take pride in ???building the best piano possible???, as once stated by Henry E. Steinway. To build an instrument combining the best of Baldi Home Jewels with the best of Steinway &, the designers decided to work with a signature bronze from the Baldi archives and precious stones.The bronzes, designed by Baldi Studio follow a tradition started in the second half of the 19th Century. The bronzes that decorate each of the five pianos are all lost-wax casted and hand-chiselled, the self-built
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 7973 19/04/2017 Steinway 1 See Ferrari text Pictures MUST credit : Steinway and Sons / Baldi A high-end jewellery company has hit the right note with renowned piano building company Steinway.Italian company Baldi has created a range of Special Edition Gran Piano models covered with thinly sliced precious stones for the instrument maker with prices at around an eye-watering ??Z600,000 Euros / ?L500,000 GBP For those with a slightly smaller budget, a gold there are more simple 24k gold plated versions in the Armonia Limited Edition collection between ??Z300,000 Euros / ?L250,000 GBP and ??Z420,000 Euros / ?L350,000 GBP . The pianos in both editions all feature the melodious names ??sAcanto???, ??sImpero???, ??sMuse???, ??sRichelieu??? and ??sSherazad??? and customers can choose between different bronze applications.Each named design in both collections is limited to ten grand pianos.All the pieces are inspired by Renaissance art for which Baldi is known.One set features gold plate over hand made bronze casts.But the higher-priced special editions also use precious stones such as malachite, lapis lazuli, amethyst, tiger eye plus mouth-blown crystal.Baldi???s creations are all produced at the factory in Firenze, Italy where dedicated artisans combine modern techniques and traditional skills. Steinway & Sons has been synonymous with the highest standards in quality for over 160 years. Every Steinway is built with decades of experience, by artisans who take pride in ???building the best piano possible???, as once stated by Henry E. Steinway. To build an instrument combining the best of Baldi Home Jewels with the best of Steinway &, the designers decided to work with a signature bronze from the Baldi archives and precious stones.The bronzes, designed by Baldi Studio follow a tradition started in the second half of the 19th Century. The bronzes that decorate each of the five pianos are all lost-wax casted and hand-chiselled, the self-built
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 7973 19/04/2017 Steinway 1 See Ferrari text Pictures MUST credit : Steinway and Sons / Baldi A high-end jewellery company has hit the right note with renowned piano building company Steinway.Italian company Baldi has created a range of Special Edition Gran Piano models covered with thinly sliced precious stones for the instrument maker with prices at around an eye-watering ??Z600,000 Euros / ?L500,000 GBP For those with a slightly smaller budget, a gold there are more simple 24k gold plated versions in the Armonia Limited Edition collection between ??Z300,000 Euros / ?L250,000 GBP and ??Z420,000 Euros / ?L350,000 GBP . The pianos in both editions all feature the melodious names ??sAcanto???, ??sImpero???, ??sMuse???, ??sRichelieu??? and ??sSherazad??? and customers can choose between different bronze applications.Each named design in both collections is limited to ten grand pianos.All the pieces are inspired by Renaissance art for which Baldi is known.One set features gold plate over hand made bronze casts.But the higher-priced special editions also use precious stones such as malachite, lapis lazuli, amethyst, tiger eye plus mouth-blown crystal.Baldi???s creations are all produced at the factory in Firenze, Italy where dedicated artisans combine modern techniques and traditional skills. Steinway & Sons has been synonymous with the highest standards in quality for over 160 years. Every Steinway is built with decades of experience, by artisans who take pride in ???building the best piano possible???, as once stated by Henry E. Steinway. To build an instrument combining the best of Baldi Home Jewels with the best of Steinway &, the designers decided to work with a signature bronze from the Baldi archives and precious stones.The bronzes, designed by Baldi Studio follow a tradition started in the second half of the 19th Century. The bronzes that decorate each of the five pianos are all lost-wax casted and hand-chiselled, the self-built
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 7973 19/04/2017 Steinway 1 See Ferrari text Pictures MUST credit : Steinway and Sons / Baldi A high-end jewellery company has hit the right note with renowned piano building company Steinway.Italian company Baldi has created a range of Special Edition Gran Piano models covered with thinly sliced precious stones for the instrument maker with prices at around an eye-watering ??Z600,000 Euros / ?L500,000 GBP For those with a slightly smaller budget, a gold there are more simple 24k gold plated versions in the Armonia Limited Edition collection between ??Z300,000 Euros / ?L250,000 GBP and ??Z420,000 Euros / ?L350,000 GBP . The pianos in both editions all feature the melodious names ??sAcanto???, ??sImpero???, ??sMuse???, ??sRichelieu??? and ??sSherazad??? and customers can choose between different bronze applications.Each named design in both collections is limited to ten grand pianos.All the pieces are inspired by Renaissance art for which Baldi is known.One set features gold plate over hand made bronze casts.But the higher-priced special editions also use precious stones such as malachite, lapis lazuli, amethyst, tiger eye plus mouth-blown crystal.Baldi???s creations are all produced at the factory in Firenze, Italy where dedicated artisans combine modern techniques and traditional skills. Steinway & Sons has been synonymous with the highest standards in quality for over 160 years. Every Steinway is built with decades of experience, by artisans who take pride in ???building the best piano possible???, as once stated by Henry E. Steinway. To build an instrument combining the best of Baldi Home Jewels with the best of Steinway &, the designers decided to work with a signature bronze from the Baldi archives and precious stones.The bronzes, designed by Baldi Studio follow a tradition started in the second half of the 19th Century. The bronzes that decorate each of the five pianos are all lost-wax casted and hand-chiselled, the self-built
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 7973 19/04/2017 Steinway 1 See Ferrari text Pictures MUST credit : Steinway and Sons / Baldi A high-end jewellery company has hit the right note with renowned piano building company Steinway.Italian company Baldi has created a range of Special Edition Gran Piano models covered with thinly sliced precious stones for the instrument maker with prices at around an eye-watering ??Z600,000 Euros / ?L500,000 GBP For those with a slightly smaller budget, a gold there are more simple 24k gold plated versions in the Armonia Limited Edition collection between ??Z300,000 Euros / ?L250,000 GBP and ??Z420,000 Euros / ?L350,000 GBP . The pianos in both editions all feature the melodious names ??sAcanto???, ??sImpero???, ??sMuse???, ??sRichelieu??? and ??sSherazad??? and customers can choose between different bronze applications.Each named design in both collections is limited to ten grand pianos.All the pieces are inspired by Renaissance art for which Baldi is known.One set features gold plate over hand made bronze casts.But the higher-priced special editions also use precious stones such as malachite, lapis lazuli, amethyst, tiger eye plus mouth-blown crystal.Baldi???s creations are all produced at the factory in Firenze, Italy where dedicated artisans combine modern techniques and traditional skills. Steinway & Sons has been synonymous with the highest standards in quality for over 160 years. Every Steinway is built with decades of experience, by artisans who take pride in ???building the best piano possible???, as once stated by Henry E. Steinway. To build an instrument combining the best of Baldi Home Jewels with the best of Steinway &, the designers decided to work with a signature bronze from the Baldi archives and precious stones.The bronzes, designed by Baldi Studio follow a tradition started in the second half of the 19th Century. The bronzes that decorate each of the five pianos are all lost-wax casted and hand-chiselled, the self-built
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 7973 19/04/2017 Steinway 1 See Ferrari text Pictures MUST credit : Steinway and Sons / Baldi A high-end jewellery company has hit the right note with renowned piano building company Steinway.Italian company Baldi has created a range of Special Edition Gran Piano models adorned with thinly sliced precious stones for the instrument maker with prices at around an eye-watering ??Z600,000 Euros / ?L500,000 GBP For those with a slightly smaller budget, a gold there are more simple 24k gold plated versions in the Armonia Limited Edition collection between ??Z300,000 Euros / ?L250,000 GBP and ??Z420,000 Euros / ?L350,000 GBP . The pianos in both editions all feature the melodious names ??sAcanto???, ??sImpero???, ??sMuse???, ??sRichelieu??? and ??sSherazad??? and customers can choose between different bronze applications.Each named design in both collections is limited to ten grand pianos.All the pieces are inspired by Renaissance art for which Baldi is known.One set features gold plate over hand made bronze casts.But the higher-priced special editions also use precious stones such as malachite, lapis lazuli, amethyst, tiger eye plus mouth-blown crystal.Baldi???s creations are all produced at the factory in Firenze, Italy where dedicated artisans combine modern techniques and traditional skills. Steinway & Sons has been synonymous with the highest standards in quality for over 160 years. Every Steinway is built with decades of experience, by artisans who take pride in ???building the best piano possible???, as once stated by Henry E. Steinway. To build an instrument combining the best of Baldi Home Jewels with the best of Steinway &, the designers decided to work with a signature bronze from the Baldi archives and precious stones.The bronzes, designed by Baldi Studio follow a tradition started in the second half of the 19th Century. The bronzes that decorate each of the five pianos are all lost-wax casted and hand-chiselled, the self-built
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 7973 19/04/2017 Steinway 1 See Ferrari text Pictures MUST credit : Steinway and Sons / Baldi A high-end jewellery company has hit the right note with renowned piano building company Steinway.Italian company Baldi has created a range of Special Edition Gran Piano models adorned with thinly sliced precious stones for the instrument maker with prices at around an eye-watering ??Z600,000 Euros / ?L500,000 GBP For those with a slightly smaller budget, a gold there are more simple 24k gold plated versions in the Armonia Limited Edition collection between ??Z300,000 Euros / ?L250,000 GBP and ??Z420,000 Euros / ?L350,000 GBP . The pianos in both editions all feature the melodious names ??sAcanto???, ??sImpero???, ??sMuse???, ??sRichelieu??? and ??sSherazad??? and customers can choose between different bronze applications.Each named design in both collections is limited to ten grand pianos.All the pieces are inspired by Renaissance art for which Baldi is known.One set features gold plate over hand made bronze casts.But the higher-priced special editions also use precious stones such as malachite, lapis lazuli, amethyst, tiger eye plus mouth-blown crystal.Baldi???s creations are all produced at the factory in Firenze, Italy where dedicated artisans combine modern techniques and traditional skills. Steinway & Sons has been synonymous with the highest standards in quality for over 160 years. Every Steinway is built with decades of experience, by artisans who take pride in ???building the best piano possible???, as once stated by Henry E. Steinway. To build an instrument combining the best of Baldi Home Jewels with the best of Steinway &, the designers decided to work with a signature bronze from the Baldi archives and precious stones.The bronzes, designed by Baldi Studio follow a tradition started in the second half of the 19th Century. The bronzes that decorate each of the five pianos are all lost-wax casted and hand-chiselled, the self-built
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 7973 19/04/2017 Steinway 1 See Ferrari text Pictures MUST credit : Steinway and Sons / Baldi A high-end jewellery company has hit the right note with renowned piano building company Steinway.Italian company Baldi has created a range of Special Edition Gran Piano models adorned with thinly sliced precious stones for the instrument maker with prices at around an eye-watering ??Z600,000 Euros / ?L500,000 GBP For those with a slightly smaller budget, a gold there are more simple 24k gold plated versions in the Armonia Limited Edition collection between ??Z300,000 Euros / ?L250,000 GBP and ??Z420,000 Euros / ?L350,000 GBP . The pianos in both editions all feature the melodious names ??sAcanto???, ??sImpero???, ??sMuse???, ??sRichelieu??? and ??sSherazad??? and customers can choose between different bronze applications.Each named design in both collections is limited to ten grand pianos.All the pieces are inspired by Renaissance art for which Baldi is known.One set features gold plate over hand made bronze casts.But the higher-priced special editions also use precious stones such as malachite, lapis lazuli, amethyst, tiger eye plus mouth-blown crystal.Baldi???s creations are all produced at the factory in Firenze, Italy where dedicated artisans combine modern techniques and traditional skills. Steinway & Sons has been synonymous with the highest standards in quality for over 160 years. Every Steinway is built with decades of experience, by artisans who take pride in ???building the best piano possible???, as once stated by Henry E. Steinway. To build an instrument combining the best of Baldi Home Jewels with the best of Steinway &, the designers decided to work with a signature bronze from the Baldi archives and precious stones.The bronzes, designed by Baldi Studio follow a tradition started in the second half of the 19th Century. The bronzes that decorate each of the five pianos are all lost-wax casted and hand-chiselled, the self-built
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 7973 19/04/2017 Steinway 1 See Ferrari text Pictures MUST credit : Steinway and Sons / Baldi A high-end jewellery company has hit the right note with renowned piano building company Steinway.Italian company Baldi has created a range of Special Edition Gran Piano models adorned with thinly sliced precious stones for the instrument maker with prices at around an eye-watering ??Z600,000 Euros / ?L500,000 GBP For those with a slightly smaller budget, a gold there are more simple 24k gold plated versions in the Armonia Limited Edition collection between ??Z300,000 Euros / ?L250,000 GBP and ??Z420,000 Euros / ?L350,000 GBP . The pianos in both editions all feature the melodious names ??sAcanto???, ??sImpero???, ??sMuse???, ??sRichelieu??? and ??sSherazad??? and customers can choose between different bronze applications.Each named design in both collections is limited to ten grand pianos.All the pieces are inspired by Renaissance art for which Baldi is known.One set features gold plate over hand made bronze casts.But the higher-priced special editions also use precious stones such as malachite, lapis lazuli, amethyst, tiger eye plus mouth-blown crystal.Baldi???s creations are all produced at the factory in Firenze, Italy where dedicated artisans combine modern techniques and traditional skills. Steinway & Sons has been synonymous with the highest standards in quality for over 160 years. Every Steinway is built with decades of experience, by artisans who take pride in ???building the best piano possible???, as once stated by Henry E. Steinway. To build an instrument combining the best of Baldi Home Jewels with the best of Steinway &, the designers decided to work with a signature bronze from the Baldi archives and precious stones.The bronzes, designed by Baldi Studio follow a tradition started in the second half of the 19th Century. The bronzes that decorate each of the five pianos are all lost-wax casted and hand-chiselled, the self-built
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 7973 19/04/2017 Steinway 1 See Ferrari text Pictures MUST credit : Steinway and Sons / Baldi A high-end jewellery company has hit the right note with renowned piano building company Steinway.Italian company Baldi has created a range of Special Edition Gran Piano models adorned with thinly sliced precious stones for the instrument maker with prices at around an eye-watering ??Z600,000 Euros / ?L500,000 GBP For those with a slightly smaller budget, a gold there are more simple 24k gold plated versions in the Armonia Limited Edition collection between ??Z300,000 Euros / ?L250,000 GBP and ??Z420,000 Euros / ?L350,000 GBP . The pianos in both editions all feature the melodious names ??sAcanto???, ??sImpero???, ??sMuse???, ??sRichelieu??? and ??sSherazad??? and customers can choose between different bronze applications.Each named design in both collections is limited to ten grand pianos.All the pieces are inspired by Renaissance art for which Baldi is known.One set features gold plate over hand made bronze casts.But the higher-priced special editions also use precious stones such as malachite, lapis lazuli, amethyst, tiger eye plus mouth-blown crystal.Baldi???s creations are all produced at the factory in Firenze, Italy where dedicated artisans combine modern techniques and traditional skills. Steinway & Sons has been synonymous with the highest standards in quality for over 160 years. Every Steinway is built with decades of experience, by artisans who take pride in ???building the best piano possible???, as once stated by Henry E. Steinway. To build an instrument combining the best of Baldi Home Jewels with the best of Steinway &, the designers decided to work with a signature bronze from the Baldi archives and precious stones.The bronzes, designed by Baldi Studio follow a tradition started in the second half of the 19th Century. The bronzes that decorate each of the five pianos are all lost-wax casted and hand-chiselled, the self-built
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 7973 19/04/2017 Steinway 1 See Ferrari text Pictures MUST credit : Steinway and Sons / Baldi A high-end jewellery company has hit the right note with renowned piano building company Steinway.Italian company Baldi has created a range of Special Edition Gran Piano models adorned with thinly sliced precious stones for the instrument maker with prices at around an eye-watering ??Z600,000 Euros / ?L500,000 GBP For those with a slightly smaller budget, a gold there are more simple 24k gold plated versions in the Armonia Limited Edition collection between ??Z300,000 Euros / ?L250,000 GBP and ??Z420,000 Euros / ?L350,000 GBP . The pianos in both editions all feature the melodious names ??sAcanto???, ??sImpero???, ??sMuse???, ??sRichelieu??? and ??sSherazad??? and customers can choose between different bronze applications.Each named design in both collections is limited to ten grand pianos.All the pieces are inspired by Renaissance art for which Baldi is known.One set features gold plate over hand made bronze casts.But the higher-priced special editions also use precious stones such as malachite, lapis lazuli, amethyst, tiger eye plus mouth-blown crystal.Baldi???s creations are all produced at the factory in Firenze, Italy where dedicated artisans combine modern techniques and traditional skills. Steinway & Sons has been synonymous with the highest standards in quality for over 160 years. Every Steinway is built with decades of experience, by artisans who take pride in ???building the best piano possible???, as once stated by Henry E. Steinway. To build an instrument combining the best of Baldi Home Jewels with the best of Steinway &, the designers decided to work with a signature bronze from the Baldi archives and precious stones.The bronzes, designed by Baldi Studio follow a tradition started in the second half of the 19th Century. The bronzes that decorate each of the five pianos are all lost-wax casted and hand-chiselled, the self-built
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 7973 19/04/2017 Steinway 1 See Ferrari text Pictures MUST credit : Steinway and Sons / Baldi A high-end jewellery company has hit the right note with renowned piano building company Steinway.Italian company Baldi has created a range of Special Edition Gran Piano models adorned with thinly sliced precious stones for the instrument maker with prices at around an eye-watering ??Z600,000 Euros / ?L500,000 GBP For those with a slightly smaller budget, a gold there are more simple 24k gold plated versions in the Armonia Limited Edition collection between ??Z300,000 Euros / ?L250,000 GBP and ??Z420,000 Euros / ?L350,000 GBP . The pianos in both editions all feature the melodious names ??sAcanto???, ??sImpero???, ??sMuse???, ??sRichelieu??? and ??sSherazad??? and customers can choose between different bronze applications.Each named design in both collections is limited to ten grand pianos.All the pieces are inspired by Renaissance art for which Baldi is known.One set features gold plate over hand made bronze casts.But the higher-priced special editions also use precious stones such as malachite, lapis lazuli, amethyst, tiger eye plus mouth-blown crystal.Baldi???s creations are all produced at the factory in Firenze, Italy where dedicated artisans combine modern techniques and traditional skills. Steinway & Sons has been synonymous with the highest standards in quality for over 160 years. Every Steinway is built with decades of experience, by artisans who take pride in ???building the best piano possible???, as once stated by Henry E. Steinway. To build an instrument combining the best of Baldi Home Jewels with the best of Steinway &, the designers decided to work with a signature bronze from the Baldi archives and precious stones.The bronzes, designed by Baldi Studio follow a tradition started in the second half of the 19th Century. The bronzes that decorate each of the five pianos are all lost-wax casted and hand-chiselled, the self-built
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 7973 19/04/2017 Steinway 1 See Ferrari text Pictures MUST credit : Steinway and Sons / Baldi A high-end jewellery company has hit the right note with renowned piano building company Steinway.Italian company Baldi has created a range of Special Edition Gran Piano models adorned with thinly sliced precious stones for the instrument maker with prices at around an eye-watering ??Z600,000 Euros / ?L500,000 GBP For those with a slightly smaller budget, a gold there are more simple 24k gold plated versions in the Armonia Limited Edition collection between ??Z300,000 Euros / ?L250,000 GBP and ??Z420,000 Euros / ?L350,000 GBP . The pianos in both editions all feature the melodious names ??sAcanto???, ??sImpero???, ??sMuse???, ??sRichelieu??? and ??sSherazad??? and customers can choose between different bronze applications.Each named design in both collections is limited to ten grand pianos.All the pieces are inspired by Renaissance art for which Baldi is known.One set features gold plate over hand made bronze casts.But the higher-priced special editions also use precious stones such as malachite, lapis lazuli, amethyst, tiger eye plus mouth-blown crystal.Baldi???s creations are all produced at the factory in Firenze, Italy where dedicated artisans combine modern techniques and traditional skills. Steinway & Sons has been synonymous with the highest standards in quality for over 160 years. Every Steinway is built with decades of experience, by artisans who take pride in ???building the best piano possible???, as once stated by Henry E. Steinway. To build an instrument combining the best of Baldi Home Jewels with the best of Steinway &, the designers decided to work with a signature bronze from the Baldi archives and precious stones.The bronzes, designed by Baldi Studio follow a tradition started in the second half of the 19th Century. The bronzes that decorate each of the five pianos are all lost-wax casted and hand-chiselled, the self-built
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