My Great-Granparents purchased it in the 1950's. It's beautiful mahogany wood with real ivory keys. My grandmother learned to play on it and once she had kids it was in her home so my Mom learned to play on it...aaannnd, when I first started taking lessons we did not have a piano, so I learned to play on it as well! How's that for sentimental value?!
It could definitely use some refinishing and I will touch it up a bit, but I don't want to lose any of it's charm. Call me crazy (Mr. Husband does) but I LOVE all it's little imperfections and "history". Sure it needs a new knob and it is missing it's bench, there are some dings and dents, but I love the story it tells.
This beautiful mark here?.... When my mom was little she left the piano lamp on, it tipped over and almost burnt the house down. Love it!
I love the angles the curves and all of the amazing details as well.