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Walter Frederick Cave (1863-1939), an Arts and Crafts walnut upright over-strung piano with under-damped action by Bechstein, no. 69962, with brass decorative hinges, elongated candle holders tapering into the front supports, 123cm high, 154cm wide, 63cm deep. The piano was designed by Walter Cave and exhibited in the 1893 Arts and Crafts Exhibition. He was articled to Sir Arthur Blomfield and, after a time spent travelling abroad, set up his own practice in London in 1889. He was a member of the Art Worker's Guild and used forms of expression very close to those of C. F. A. Voysey. Indeed in 1897 he took over one of Voysey's commisions, a house in Steatham Park, London

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