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Another Grade III, cabinet. This Otto Schulz player piano from 1926, is completely rebuilt.
A "Grade III, Lester Upright-Grand piano, made in 1910. Painstakingly restored with an original claw foot stool.
1888, Farrand Pump Organ, Completely refinished and restored.
This is an 1873, Norris Square Grand Piano. The cabinet is refinished and the action is not yet installed.
A beautiful 1909, Ivers & Pond Grand piano, completely restored in Black Lacquer.
A rare 1896, Rosewood Model "A" Steinway Grand Piano. Restored from decrepit condition with new everything.
Stories of Rebirth
Professional Cabinet Repair and Refinishing
A very nice 1934, Harrington Studio piano. Rescued from laying on its back on an open trailer, under a tarp. Fully restored, and ready for a student.
This 1948, Chickering Grand, located in Boston, was completely refinished so that its look would match the Angelic tone of a true Chickering.
This 1922, Estey Grand Piano appeared to be completely 'black' in color, due to aging of the old linseed oil and varnish. It is now in total harmomy with the voice of a great tenor.
A work in progress, this 1891, Knabe, 7' Grand piano has a refinished soundboard, a newly gilded iron frame and new felt. Shown here just before the new strings were installed. All done and refinished now. Awaiting a new photo.
Two beautiful works of 'Art' recently completed by Craig Miller at our North Carolina shop location. The Hamilton (Baldwin) on the left, and the high polish, Knabe Grand on the right speak volumes about the superb hand craftsmanship and attention to detail that Craig gives to every piano.