STEINWAY & SONS
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The Restoration work
Traditional nitrocellulose ebony lacquer meticulously applied and buffed to a stunning piano black gloss finish.
The other restoration work
other restoration work
How it Compares to Others
Compares to Others
Steinway’s most ubiquitous and best-selling instrument, the Model M, was introduced in 1911 to fit in the smaller areas of their clients’ homes. It includes all the similar design features of its bigger brother, the Model O, in a cabinet measuring 5’7” and has quickly become a centerpiece in the homes of high-society. Typical examples on these pianos have a full, round tone for their relatively small size.
Our rebuilt piano takes advantage of the design features and continues any further development which ended in 1917. This includes improved action geometry for a more controlled touch, bridge redesign to improve bass clarity, Paulello hybrid stringing, and the highest-quality Weickert hammers felted and pressed in the original style of its manufacture. This makes for a piano with a flawless touch, richer tone and longer sustain seemingly matching that of Steinway’s larger models.