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 Post subject: Re: European Gramophone Stands - Cabinets
PostPosted: Sat Mar 24, 2018 3:59 am 
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Starkton wrote:
This is another interesting stand, the "Grand Opera" of 1903 with gramophone "Monarch De Luxe No. 15a." At that time the total price was about $210.

In the catalogue of 1903, there are other stand.And also paralegals brackets for the concert horn.I created a reproduction of such a bracket for my concert horn with the logo BURHARD


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 Post subject: Re: European Gramophone Stands - Cabinets
PostPosted: Mon Mar 26, 2018 7:11 pm 
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As below


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 Post subject: Re: European Gramophone Stands - Cabinets
PostPosted: Mon Mar 26, 2018 7:25 pm 
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maestro2009 wrote:
Starkton wrote:
This is another interesting stand, the "Grand Opera" of 1903 with gramophone "Monarch De Luxe No. 15a." At that time the total price was about $210.

In the catalogue of 1903, there are other stand.And also paralegals brackets for the concert horn.I created a reproduction of such a bracket for my concert horn with the logo BURHARD


The old photos are great and the reproduction you have made of the bracket looks wonderful especially when compared with the Grand Opera photo shown previously on this thread. Such a strong Art Nouveau design. Did you have an original to copy or did you have to work from illustrations? I wonder if you made it in iron?


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 Post subject: Re: European Gramophone Stands - Cabinets
PostPosted: Tue Mar 27, 2018 4:36 am 
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jamiegramo wrote:
maestro2009 wrote:
Starkton wrote:
This is another interesting stand, the "Grand Opera" of 1903 with gramophone "Monarch De Luxe No. 15a." At that time the total price was about $210.

In the catalogue of 1903, there are other stand.And also paralegals brackets for the concert horn.I created a reproduction of such a bracket for my concert horn with the logo BURHARD


The old photos are great and the reproduction you have made of the bracket looks wonderful especially when compared with the Grand Opera photo shown previously on this thread. Such a strong Art Nouveau design. Did you have an original to copy or did you have to work from illustrations? I wonder if you made it in iron?


Thank You! I think the original bracket has not survived.And I never met Johnson's concert mouthpieces either.But it was a lot of mouthpieces, made in Russia.One of the producers of BURHARD, known for its needles, attached to his mouthpiece advertising stamp with the address of the store in St. Petersburg.I have such a mouthpiece, and 2 others, are more in museums.So I decided to make an exact copy of the bracket and the pipe itself, perhaps even with a pedestal.I have been working as a carpenter for 30 years and it is not a problem for me.I think that this kit will be on sale


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 Post subject: Re: European Gramophone Stands - Cabinets
PostPosted: Wed Mar 28, 2018 12:37 am 
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That is master-level work! Where did you have it cast?

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 Post subject: Re: European Gramophone Stands - Cabinets
PostPosted: Wed Mar 28, 2018 2:34 am 
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I personally did a 3d model in 3ds max, then it was milled on a CNC machine, then I took the model on silicone rubber, then wax model and cast professional foundry.


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 Post subject: Re: European Gramophone Stands - Cabinets
PostPosted: Wed Mar 28, 2018 3:12 am 
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maestro2009 wrote:
I personally did a 3d model in 3ds max, then it was milled on a CNC machine, then I took the model on silicone rubber, then wax model and cast professional foundry.



Absolutely amazing!


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 Post subject: Re: European Gramophone Stands - Cabinets
PostPosted: Wed Mar 28, 2018 4:58 am 
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Impressive job.

The main problem with European Gramophone Stands is that they're so rare that they can be considered non existent. I could never see one with my own eyes.

Is there anyone producing replicas, perhaps?


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 Post subject: Re: European Gramophone Stands - Cabinets
PostPosted: Wed Mar 28, 2018 6:23 am 
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Marco Gilardetti wrote:

The main problem with European Gramophone Stands is that they're so rare that they can be considered non existent. I could never see one with my own eyes.


In St. Petersburg there is a private Museum of gramophones.There you can see many different stands


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 Post subject: Re: European Gramophone Stands - Cabinets
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Marco Gilardetti wrote:

Is there anyone producing replicas, perhaps?

About replicas and copies of any carpentry? Here I can help personally. All my life I have been producing exclusive orders from wood.Here are a couple of examples of my work. I live in Ukraine.Mail works fine. I think later I will create a personal topic


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