Empire Revival Style Square Grand By Guild, Church & Company of Boston
This beautiful piano was built by the firm of Guild, Church & Company of Boston. Guild, Church & Company was one of Boston’s more successful and illustrious piano manufacturers during the 19th Century period. Their pianos were known to be of superior quality and craftsmanship.
The instrument is made of a beautiful cut of Brazilian Rosewood and is of the carved Empire Revival Victorian style. Note the beautifully cut letters of G and C (representing the names of Guild & Church) in the center of the fret-work music rack. This piano has been very well preserved and has all the hallmarks for a very fine instrument after restoration.
This piano is being restored to like-new condition, inside and out. The original matching piano stool is included. Computerized player mechanisms can be installed if desired.