This Lovely Gildemeester & Kroeger Victorian Parlor Grand Piano Is A Perfect Example Of The Eastlake Victorian Style That Became Popular In The Late 19th Century As Victorian Styles Began To Evolve Toward Cleaner, Simpler Lines.
This is an unusual Eastlake Victorian style Parlor Grand piano built by the Gildemeester & Kroeger Piano Company of New York in about 1891. This piano is made of beautifully carved mahogany wood, and even though it is Victorian, its Eastlake design gives it clean, uncluttered lines for a simple look of period elegance. It has been rebuilt to like new condition, and has been equipped with computerized player mechanisms that pay compact discs via wireless remote control. An original matching antique stool is included.