GEO. NUTTING & CO
MAKERS TO THE ROYAL FAMILY
NO.74, GREAT TITCHFIELD STREET, LONDON
What I have found is that ownership of the company seemed to change hands like crazy. Anyone have an knowledge on Nutting and co? or maybe help getting an age ? thank you !
NUTTING COMPANY NAMES
In the early 1800s, the company was Gunther & Nutting.
Around 1817, the pianos bore the name of James Nutting.
In the 1820s it was Nutting & Henderson.
In the 1840s and 1850s, it was Nutting & Wood.
1843 Nutting & Wood began at 74 Great Tichfield Street. Interestingly, the spelling seems to be wrong!
In the 1850s, there was also George Nutting.
1875 Nutting & Norminton, 15 Nottingham Mews, Marylebone W.
From the 1850s to the early 1900s, it was Nutting & Addison.
NUTTING COMPANY NAMES included…
NUTTING & ADDISON, LONDON
NUTTING & ADDISON, London
NUTTING & HENDERSON, LONDON
NUTTING & NORMINTON, LONDON
NUTTING & WOOD, London
NUTTING (George) & ADDISON (Robert)
NUTTING (George) & Co., LONDON
NUTTING (GUNTHER &) London
NUTTING (James Lindop)
NUTTING (James) & Co., London
NUTTING (James) & HENDERSON, London
NUTTING with COVENTRY, BARNETT & ADDISON
NUTTING with GUNTHER
NUTTING, ADDISON & Co., London
This is a typical Victorian Cottage Piano, before 1885 as explained at
so have a look at that page for clues. Bearing in mind the address, it might have been made close to the 1860s, but if the solid wood top panel is original, this suggest something nearer 1880. I will continue to look for clues!