Attending a concert
is an ephemeral experience

Lacquer is the most faithful
image of this special

Lacquer Price

From 15 to 20' : 600€
  • Sarah Vaughan - Live at the Berlin Philharmonie 1969

  • Emil Gilels - The unreleased recital at the Concertgebouw 1976

  • Art Blakey - Live in Scheveningen 1958

  • Blossom Dearie - The lost sessions from the Netherlands

  • Dizzy Gillespie - Live at singer concert hall 1973

  • Thelonious Monk - Live in Rotterdam 1967

  • Ella Fitzgerald - Live at the Concertgebouw 1961

  • Dave Brubeck Quartet - Live at the Kurhaus 1967

  • Bill Evans Trio - Live at Hilversum 1968

  • Oscar Peterson Trio - Live at the Concertgebouw 1961

  • Sarah Vaughan - Live at Laren 1975

  • American lacquer

  • Japanese Lacquer

Type of BURIN
  • American chisel

  • Japanese chisel

Made from an aluminum disc and cellulose lacquer, this ultimate analog support is a fascinating object, resulting from the very first stage of the vinyl pressing process: engraving. Each lacquer is engraved one by one in the workshop, in real time, by a sound engineer who masters this rare and sophisticated technique perfectly.

Because of their material, the grooves of the lacquers wear away as the playback diamond passes over them. Like the concert itself, these pure emotions can only be experienced once.

For the first time in the world, we offer you the privilege of experiencing this unique moment.


  • Each reference offers the best tracks (between 15' and 20') from each album.
  • Due to its size, the lacquer can only be read with a 12" tonearm.
  • Each lacquer is delivered in its own cardboard packaging.
  • Do not brush or wash your hairspray
  • It is recommended to listen to the lacquer with the best possible playback cells.
  • There is absolutely no risk to your cell when reading a lacquer.
  • It's best to read the lacquer within a few days. If you need to store it, do so in a cool, dry place.

Because we all want to make these unforgettable moments moments of sharing, dozens of lacquer listening events on exceptional systems have already taken place around the world.