Originally called Hallett’s Cove, the waterfront neighborhood of Astoria was later renamed after the wealthiest man in America, John Jacob Astor, in the hopes of persuading him to invest in the area. It didn’t really work - as Astor did invest, but only a paltry $500. Astoria has a rich history in wood product manufacturing - from furniture and cabinets to being home of the legendary Steinway Pianos. This 3 1/4” solid smooth red oak has a deep dark brown color that would look right at home on - or with - one of these fine instruments.
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