Art Deco Piano.
A Fine Art Deco Burr Walnut Upright Mini Piano By Eavestaff.
This Beautiful Piano has a lift back front with the handle doubling up as a music sheet stand, beautiful Burr walnut finish, good tone, but will need to be tuned once in situ.
The Eavestaff piano company was established in 1823 at Finsbury Park, London. The Brasted brothers took them over in 1925. Brasted did make their own pianos, but they were not that well-known in their own right, so buying the Eavestaff name made good business sense. Brasted's had been established in 1870. In 1928 Brasted merged with Boyd Ltd., and in 1934 they introduced the Minipiano. Percy Brasted had discovered a miniature piano made by Messrs. Lundholm of Stockholm, from whom the Brasteds bought the rights. The piano was then made only in England, while Lundholm contracted to import them and receive a royalty on sales. The Eavestaff name was used for this piano.

Percy Brasted gave it the name Minipiano and it is sometimes claimed that it was his invention. However, it should be remembered that in the 1920s Hicks had contracted to make a small piano, strung at the back, of German design
Height 112.00 cm (44.09 inches)
Width 141.00 cm (55.51 inches)
Depth 48.00 cm (18.90 inches)
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Gazelles of Lyndhurst

Gazelles of Lyndhurst

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