Located in the Santa Cruz Mountains
If you like the words “classic” and “American”, this might be the piano for you. Hand-crafted in Chicago in 1913, this beast of a piano contains the almost-lost history of American industry. All the case parts are hand-carved, the cast iron frame is adorned with hand-painted florets, and the oak-finish cabinet was likely sourced from an old-growth forest. Original ivory keys have been replaced with quality plastic tops, but the rest of the piano is in fully original condition (save for some minor repairs). The front-panel pops outward to both hold your music and allow the sound to project into the room. This piano comes from an era when no expense was spared in their manufacture. The action has been thoroughly checked, and in great condition with decades of life still remaining.