The Bush & Lane Piano Company was originally established as the Victor Piano & Organ Company of Chicago in 1891. In 1904, the firm was changed to the Bush & Lane Piano Company (although the Victor brand name continued to be produced). By 1905, the factories were relocated to Holland, Michigan.
Bush & Lane was known for building exceptionally well made, heavily-built pianos that were extremely durable. The firm was made up of a group of industry experts who tirelessly studied the science of piano manufacturing, constantly improving their instruments in order to offer the finest quality pianos possible.
Bush & Lane offered a full line of upright pianos, player pianos, and grand pianos, all higher grand instruments that were sold all over the United States. Bush & Lane was especially well known for their elaborate cabinets and lavish use of exotic and rare woods. Along with the Bush & Lane name, the company built pianos under the brand names of Victor, Farrand, Cecilian, and Paulus. The Bush & Lane Piano Company went out of business before 1931 due to the Great Depression.
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