CHROMATIC ACCORDION BY FRANCOIS DEDENIS
Chromatic accordion by François DEDENIS , in Brive (France) circa 1900.
Case with rectangular endplates overlaid in walnut, decorated with purfling and herringbone pattern of different woods. Openwork plate. German silver corners.
The bellows in leather goat composed in 18 fold covered with black cloth decorated with blue flowers. Joints in black leather. Metallic corners.
Metallic corners renforcements.
Keyboard: rigth hand three rows 34 pearly keys, left hand 48 bass on marbled plastic plate, white plastic buttons. One vent key.
Labelled under glass:
(médaille) MANUFACTURE FRANCAISE D'ACCORDEON (médaille)
BRIVE - Corréze - FRANCE
Heigth : 330 mm
Width : 338 mm
Depth : 202 mm