A small mid-19th Century French Flutina - accordian made with veneered mahogany. On one side thumb strap and keyboard. The key plates made from mother-of-pearl, seven sound holes above. On the other side four mother-of-pearl stoppers, can stand the instrument on a flat surface. The bellows are covered with green paper and gold spots. Torn bellows, key valves and some key plates lost.
National Trust, Calke Abbey
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- View the original record:http://www.nationaltrustcollections.org.uk/object/290021