Attributed to Antoine Halary (1788-1861)

Brass clarinet composed of two parts and equipped with thirteen round keys called “salt spoon” keys.

Length without spout: 56.5cm.

The instrument comes from the workshop of François Sudre (1844-1919) in Château-Thierry, successor to Halary. Considered one of the “inventors” of this type of brass clarinet.

“Crystal” glass mouthpiece by J.D. Breton, pupil and successor of Claude Laurent.