Lyre Legs ex G D P

In its better days, this piano ws made by Goulding, D'Amaine & Potter - a firm which had that combination of partners from 1810 - 26.  Judging by the nameboard, this example was made in the first half of that period.  But as we can see, it has been converted into quite a useful desk.

The very unusual feature for an English square piano is that it stands on elegant lyre-shaped legs, with brass toe casters.

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