M. Schulz Italian Renaissance Baby Grand Piano

This stunning Baby Grand Piano is a lovely example of the rare Italian Renaissance Revival style which was popular among the wealthier class in the early 20th Century.

$45,000 after total restoration
(not including applicable sales tax & shipping charges)
For Sale
Specifications
  • YEAR: 1911
  • LENGTH: 5 feet, 2 inches
  • FINISH: Painted Italian Renaissance Style
  • STATUS: Currently Undergoing Restoration
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This extraordinary piano was sold under the "Solo Concerto" label by the prominent M. Schulz Piano Company of Chicago. The instrument is a stunning example of the elaborate Italian Renaissance Revival Style in custom-painted yellow, brown, green and gold. There are several painted scenes of classical Italian country scenes and the color and detail is amazing! With its elegantly carved triple legs, pedal lyre & molding, the overall appearance of this piano is both formal and elegant. Not only is this piano visually stunning, but the sound and tone quality is of the finest quality.

A matching Italian Renaissance style bench is included.

If desired, this piano can be equipped with the Pianomation player system, and can play by itself by streaming music live on an iPod, computer, iPad, etc.

(Note: We were lucky enough to acquire a matching pair of these lovely custom made antique pianos. The one we now have available is the second of the pair and is currently undergoing restoration - the first one has been sold)

INSTRUMENT CATALOGS & EPHEMERA

M. Schulz "Aria Divina" Player Grand Advertisements Early 20th Century Advertisements For "Aria Divina" Player Baby Grand Pianos By M. Schulz Piano Company
M. Schulz Advertisements Period Advertisements From The M. Schulz Piano Company
M. Schulz Sales Catalog 1901 M. Schulz Illustrated Sales Catalog featuring their M. Schulz, Walworth and Irving brands, circa 1901
Marionette Piano Advertisements Advertisements for the tiny "Marionette" baby grand piano by M. Schulz & Co., circa 1928 - 1929

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