Antique Mahagony Piano Stool with Glass Ball and Claw Feet by Holtzman & Sons

Antique Mahagony Piano Stool with Glass Ball and Claw Feet by Holtzman & Sons

Regular price $225.00

 

Product Description:  Holtzman & Sons was founded around 1860 in Columbus, Ohio.  This four-legged Mahogony piano stool by Holtzman & Sons, features beautiful turned legs with metal and glass clStoolaw and ball feet.  The seat in circular form, twirls on a large screw to adjust height.  It has a height adjustable from 19 ½ inches to 24 ½ inches tall.  Beautiful piece of history ready for your piano nobile or any room.

Note:  Please refer to “Condition” for additional information.

Circa:  Early 1900’s, Patent Date:  June 13, 1908

Dimensions:  
Height:  Adjustable from 19 ½ inches to 24 ½ inches tall.

Product Weight:   15 pounds 4 ounces

Color:  Brown Tones

Material:  Wood, Metal, Glass

Maker:  H. Holtzman & Sons

Origin:  Columbus, Ohio

Markings:  H. Holtzman & Sons Columbus, Ohio Incised underneath base:  Nu Pat. June 13, ‘08

Condition:  Previously owned – used.  Stool appears to be in good functional condition.  The threaded rod mechanism underneath the seat has been repositioned.  Some evidence of a few newer nails are present which are not being used.  Cannot guarantee surface is all original, although very good condition.

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