New England Piano Co. Upright c. 1900-1915
The piano is in beautiful restored condition, & appears to be a Style 33-53 from the catalogue published in the late 1890’s, quite ornate & fancy, with copper relief panels above & below. Judging from the appearance & catalogue description, it has a Burl Walnut case, but that is my best guess. This is an antique, & therefore bears a few scars from the passage of time, but, it is a beautiful instrument to grace any living-room, & to be played. There are professional piano movers in Vermont, where the instrument is located, who can transport country-wide. Sale will be final, therefore please study the photographs carefully & ask questions. Additional photographs are available. Here is some additional information: The New England Piano Company was originally established as the New England Organ Company in 1871 in Boston, Massachusetts. In 1881, the name was changed to the New England Piano Company as the organ’s popularity began to fade in favor of the piano. In the 19th Century, Boston was home to a large population of old world craftsmen who had immigrated to the United States from the old country. These craftsmen possessed amazing skill in woodworking and piano building, and the New England Piano Company was in a position to take full advantage of this amazingly skilled workforce. Like most other Boston firms, The New England Piano Company enjoyed a reputation for building truly exceptional pianos during the turn-of-the-century era. The New England Piano Company was out of business before the Great Depression. The item “New England Piano Co. Upright c. 1900-1915″ is in sale since Wednesday, September 28, 2016. This item is in the category “Musical Instruments & Gear\Pianos, Keyboards & Organs\Pianos\Upright Pianos”. The seller is “z-man.802″ and is located in Northfield, Vermont. This item can be shipped to United States.