Glass Artist Jon Kuhn’s Bejeweled Piano Goes on Sale for $1.2M
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Glass Artist Jon Kuhn’s Bejeweled Piano Goes on Sale for $1.2M

Glass Artist Jon Kuhn’s Bejeweled Piano Goes on Sale for $1.2M
kuhn bosendorfer l v2 I4itW 12 Back in September, we told you about the renowned glass artist Kuhn-Bösendorfer’s jewel-studded piano that was to go on sale. The update is the bespoke piano is now made available for sale for precisely $1.2 million, which makes it the most expensive new piano available today. The stunning 7'4" black Kuhn-Bösendorfer piano (along with its matching bench) flaunts high-end craftsmanship. The piano is inset with as many as 100,000 hand-cut, polished jewels arranged in tasteful diamond patterns. The instrument has been 18 months in the making and is a "grand collaboration" between L. Bösendorfer Klavierfabrik GmbH of Vienna, Austria, and Jon Kuhn, whose glass sculptures are priced to more than one million dollars. Each instrument will have the purchaser's name written in gold leaf embedded deep within a remarkable crystal fallboard logo. This unusual design feature assures that the initial owner's name will endure along with the piano. So, if you are good at playing piano, then you will get a real high playing on this most expensive piano and win accolades for your piano skills and rich taste from your guests. Thanks, Brian!
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