Donzelague with gilded lid decoration in chinoiserie style with parrots.

After Donzelague 1711, with typical Flemish-style decoration

Italian harpsichord with painted and decorated case

Detail of Italian case decoration

Goermans/Taskin with painted & gilded scheme and cabriole stand after Taskin 1769

After Mietke, with gilded decoration after Couchet

Italian harpsichord after Boni 1612, cypress case, short and broken octave with extended bass.

French 1667 anon, soundboard decoration.

Mietke, with gilded lid decoration, spiral-turned stand

After Donzelague 1711, with marbled case, and table stand with spiral turned legs in walnut

After 1667 anon, painted case, spiral-turned walnut stand

Mietke, with lid painting after Claude

1667 Anon, walnut-lined keywell

Mietke keywell, walnut-lined

After Mietke, with lid painting after Canaletto

Detail of Canaletto lid painting

After Mietke, with chinoiserie decoration to case and lid

Detail of keywell of Mietke with chinoiserie case decoration

Courtauld harpsichord. A special commission, made in walnut and spruce, with ebony and mother-of-pearl keyboard

Italian marbled case

Harpsichord after French 1667 anon, case in solid walnut

Harpsichord after the anonymous, possibly Austrian, instrument from c.1680, part of the Courtauld Institute’s Collection, London

After Goermans/Taskin with landscape after Claude

Donzelague, with chinoiserie decoration by Angie Maddigan