This is a sharp lil’ spinet. It’s cosmetically very good, and has bright shiny keys that play as well as they look. If this one calls you, then answer the call, then pass the call to us and we’ll connect you with something that’ll light up your living room.
In 1890, Cable consolidated with the Conover Brothers, as well as his two brothers Fayette S. Cable and Hobart M. Cable (although Fayette S. Cable and Hobart M. Cable continued to build pianos under their own names). Shortly thereafter, the firm acquired The Schiller Piano Company, using Schiller instruments as their “top of the line” models.The Cable Piano Company was widely celebrated as a maker of fine instruments, and they were a major contributor to the American piano industry at large. Cable built a number of brand names including Kingsbury, Wellington, Schiller, Conover, Palmetto, DeKoven, “Euphona” player pianos, and others. Today, Cable made pianos are among some of the finest antique pianos we see come through our shop and they are well worth restoration.