Petite and rare "Boudoir" brand studio upright piano built by the Columbus Piano Company
This is a rare and unusual piano called the "Boudoir" piano, built by the Columbus Piano Company of Columbus, Ohio in 1906. This company built pianos from about 1904-1928, though the small Boudoir models are fairly rare. These pianos were intended for small homes where space was a premium, although they have a large tone and surprising volume. This piano measures only 51.5" wide, 23.5" deep, and 50.5" tall and has 76 keys rather than the typical 88 keys. This piano would be ideal for a child's play room, small music room, etc. It comes with a period matching stool, and the computerized player mechanisms can be installed if desired.