ACCORDION or FLUTINA BY BOULLAY
Accordion or Flutina by BOULLAY, successor of KANEGUISSERT, made in Paris (France) c. 1860.
Rectangular endplates of rosewwood and blackwood with brass stringing and angles.
Thirty two keys and circular flaps in mother of pearl (fourteen large, eigthteen small ten twins), metal silvered handle, threee chords lever (bass) in silvered metal with mother of pearl flaps, one silvered metal vent key, two registres with brass buttons,leather handle.
Eight black leather fold bellows with purple, green and gold decorative paper.
Signed on an engraved mother of pearl plate:
Sucr de G. KANEGUISSERT
Passage de Gd Cerf N°4
Height : 425 mm
Depth: 158 mm
Width: 207 mm