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The large fenestrated pocket doors behind the piano in the music room of Mr. Joseph Stone, are stunningly ornamented with stained and etched glasswork, which casts a warm amber glow into the room.
The piano pictured is the 1903 Steinway grand, which is owned by Mr. Joseph Stone of Natchez, Mississippi. It is photographed in the Natchez Antebellum home which has been in his family for several generations, since early 1800s. Mr. Stone, an accomplished pianist, operates a bed and breakfast inn at his home (The Joseph Newman Stone House - Natchez, MS), and generously entertains his guests with intimate salon performances.
Steinway & Sons, also known as Steinway, is an American and German manufacturer of handmade pianos. Steinway was founded 1853 in Manhattan in New York City by German immigrant Heinrich Engelhard Steinweg (later Henry E. Steinway). The company's growth led to the opening of a factory and company town in what is now the Astoria section of Queens in New York City and a factory in Hamburg, Germany. Steinway is a prominent piano company, known for making pianos of high quality and for its influential inventions within the area of piano development. The company holds a royal warrant by appointment to Queen Elizabeth II.
July 31st, 2012
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