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Stunning 1930's Iron framed Art Deco piano by Berry of London, England. This fabulous looking piano has been veneered in a heavily figured walnut. The whole piano, as you can see, has a brilliant, desirable Art Deco shape. All the keys are in good condition with no chips or damage or discolouring at all. This piano has been well loved and maintained and comes to you in very good condition, the casing has been professionally French polished.
Place of Manufacture: London, England
Year of manufacture: 1938
Colour: Medium Brown
Strings: Straight strung
Action: Over damper
Frame: Cast iron
Number of pedals: 2
Nathaniel Berry and Sons, London England. Production began in 1866 - 1965. In 1965 Barratt & Robinson Ltd purchased the company.
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