Grand piano P170 1937 Ruhlmann Red

Baby grand piano - P170 model.
Special series in Red Naccarat lacquer - Replica of the original Pleyel piano of 1937 designed by the famous interior designer-cabinet worker Jacques-Emile Ruhlmann.
Year of first production: 2011. This was a special order for a private residence in Monaco.
Jacques Emile Ruhlmann was the undisputed genius of 20th century decorative arts and naturally took an interest in pianos as part of his cabinetmaking work. Eager to revive tastes for French-style furniture and interior decor, he created geometrical, trapezoidal and unadorned models to match the architecture and the furniture of various interiors. Made as a special order for a renowned interior design and decoration office and destined for a residential house in Monaco, this contemporary version of the “1937” piano with its shiny red Nacarrat lacquer finish (8 layers) gives a modern twist to this timeless instrument.
The design of this piano highlights the refined know-how of the Pleyel craftsmen who designed this trapezoidal shape instrument with a very deep red Naccarat lacquer both inside and out.


Sustain, sostenuto, soft
Glossy Red Naccarat piano lacquer
Cast-iron lacquered in a glossy red Naccarat lacquer
Bench included
Premium solid beech, Austria, premium quality maple cap
Renner according to Pleyel specifications
¼ grand piano
Weight (kg)
550 Kg
Dimensions (mm)
1770 x 1600 x 1000
Number of keys
Additional Specs
- Internal finishing: glossy Red Naccarat piano lacquer - Trapezoidal shape - Curved legs - Fluted lyre and fittings in polished nickel-plated steel - Rectangular openwork with centred crosspiece, wide music desk lacquered in a glossy red Naccarat lacquer - Black string felts