Gregori

The thin-cased instruments are made from genuine cypress and are lacquered with shellac and propolis; they can also be furnished with an optional outer case on request. The thicker-cased instruments with a lid ('false inner-outer') are treated with a chalk base and casein paint on the outside, while on the inside the structure of the wood remains visible. The harpsichords stand on a two-part frame consisting of three turned legs; the spinets are table instruments without legs. The keyboards are covered with box or olive wood as standard, however ivory is also possible, along with lavish ornaments, including turned ivory knobs on the cap moulding and the jackrail. The frame can be fully gilded in gold if desired.

Harpsichord with short, broken bass octave modelled on Dominicus Pisaurensis, 16th century   8' C/E-g'',a''
Harpsichord modelled on 16th century instruments   8'4' C/E-f'''
Harpsichord with short, broken bass octave and divided sharps for E-flat/D-sharp and G-sharp/A-flat, following early 17th century models   8'
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Harpsichord modelled on Giovanni Battista Giusti, 17th century   8'8'
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Harpsichord ('false inner-outer') modelled on Aelpidio Gregori, c. 1700   8'
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Harpsichord ('false inner-outer') on 18th century models   8'8'
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Polygonal spinet on 17th century models   8' C/E-c'''
Virginal after Onofrio Guarracino 1668   8' C/E-c'''
Rectangular octave-spinet after an anonymous 17th century model, outside leather covered   4' C/E-c'''
Trapezoid octave-spinet after G.A. 1627   4' C/E-c'''