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Price list


PRICE LIST in US Dollars
(12th December, 2018 – 31st December, 2019)



I give a three-year warranty for all the oboes from this group.
Stanesby junior - simple (440, 415, 392 Hz)
maple wood or sycamore wood$ 650
Stanesby junior, fully ornamental (440, 415, 392 Hz)
maple, sycamore$ 1,100
pear wood$ 1,300
European boxwood $ 1,550
Denner, fully ornamental (415 Hz)
maple wood or sycamore wood$ 1,100
pear wood$ 1,300
European boxwood $ 1,550
Poerschmann, fully ornamental (415, 440 Hz)
maple, sycamore$ 1,250
pear wood$ 1,350
cherry wood$ 1,350
european boxwood$ 1,650
Poerschmann - simple ! NOVELTY ! (415, 440 Hz)
maple, sycamore$ 800
Grundmann, fully ornamental (430, 440 Hz)
maple, sycamore$ 1,200
pear wood$ 1,400
da caccia version (with big,
flaring da caccia Bell),
sycamore wood
$ 2,300
* additional English Horn Bell$ 300
english horn version (with small,
bulbous, English Horn Bell)
$ 2,200
* additional da caccia Bell$ 400
The price list of additional options:
diversification of size and position of tone holes
( f/f# i g/g# )
for free!
octave key$ 150
second octave key$ 180
the first hole as a double holefor free!
thumb hole for left handfor free!
thumb rest for right hand$ 100
thumb rest for left hand$ 100
two-piece body of oboe da cacciafor free!
holes drilled close to each other,
comfortable even for small hands (oboe da caccia)
for free!


I give you a lifetime warranty for all these models!
The price of the instrument also includes the cost of courier shipment with full insurance to any place in the world.
copy after Thomas Stanesby junior (415Hz) two keys$ 2,900
copy after Thomas Stanesby senior (392Hz)3 keys
$ 2,900
copy after Jakob Denner (415 Hz) 3 keys$ 2,900
copy after P. Paulhahn (415 Hz) 3 keys$ 2,900
copy after Johann Poerschmann (415 Hz) 2 keys, oboe d’amore $ 2,900
copy after Jakob Friedrich Grundmann (430 Hz) 2 keys, Classical oboe
$ 2,900
wood to choose from: maple wood, wild cherry wood, planted cherry wood, wild pear wood,
genuine plum wood, peach wood, European boxwood, African blackwood
copy after J.I. Weigel (415 Hz) 2 or 3 keys, oboe da caccia & english horn$ 3,400
This set includes one curved body and two Bells: the first, big flaring da caccia and smallest , bulbous english horn one.
wood to choose from: maple or cherry wood.
copy after Johann Friedrich Floth (430 Hz) 8 keys, early Romantical oboe $ 3,200
wood to choose from: maple wood, wild cherry wood, planted cherry wood, wild pear wood, peach wood, European boxwood, African blackwood.
copy after Fridrich (415 Hz) , 3 keys, Baroque tenore oboe$ 3,000
wood to choose from: maple wood, pear wood, peach wood, plum wood



I can make especially for you a copy of any original baroque or classical oboe which you wish!

For special request I can make Stanesby, Paulhahn, Grundmann and Floth oboes from Blackwood, Cocobolo wood or true Lignum vitae wood (guaiac)  and I can make engrave keys from brass, bronze, sterling silver or even 24K gold.
I make also very exclusive models with mammoth-ivory rings and / or mammoth-ivory keys. Mammoth ivory from Siberia is a very high quality material; is very similar in colour and structure to elephant ivory. It is legal material of course and moreover – absolutely humanitarian.

Every set of an oboe includes: one bocal (connecting pipe) , softcase , a wooden cleaning rod and fingering chart. Instruments with mammoth ivory rings or keys have a stylish, natural velvet softcase.

Many professional oboists and amateurs are playing my instruments. From many countries – Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, England, France, Germany, Holland, Italy, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Poland, Russia, Spain, USA.

Every instrument made in my studio I made entirely by hand, from rough working to precisely elaborated details, as it was done in the past centuries. To make my oboes I use the highest quality wood, dried in the natural way, seasoned for a period of a dozen years or more. Such a long period of seasoning is very favourable or even necessary to achieve the maximum of wood physical condition and , above all, the best quality of sound of the future instrument.
Every part of an oboe is made of same log of wood, what assures well balanced sound in all registers, physical stability and consistent, agreeable appearance of the instrument. Every oboe is impregnated exlusively with natural vegetal oils.
Some models are also stained, according to the ancient manner. I use only entirely natural, well-tried for centuries dyes of vegetal origin.
Then-from the length of the wood seasoning, through entirely hand work-out, to the choice of the materials used, the whole process is performed with special care for faithfull reconstruction of the baroque original, all in purpose that every instrument would meet requirements of today’s musician.

Filip  Frydrysiak