Ebonite FLUTE invented by C.T. GIORGI and manufactured by J. WALLIS in LONDON.

Iron mark: “Joseph WALLIS & Son Ltd. / GIORGI Patent / LONDON”.

Carlo Tommaso Giorgi, (Florence, 1856–1953) inventor, acoustician and flautist presented his new flute in 1886.

Instrument in ebonite with eleven holes without key, (its inventor explained that the keys were not necessary, but that it was possible to add some…)

the Giorgi flute was made in Milan by Maino & Orsi and in London by Joseph WALLIS.

Keyless model in its original box.

Length: 52.2cm