1941 Steinway M Art Deco



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We are pleased to offer this rare and beautiful Steinway in a special art case. The elegant art deco design was created for Steinway in the late 1930s by renowned industrial designer Walter Dorwin Teague. Only a small number of these unusual pianos were built and they are extremely hard to find today. The vast majority were built with mahogany or ebony cases, but this example is in a beautiful figured American walnut. The cabinet was refinished to a high standard some years ago, but the rest of the piano is factory original and in outstanding original condition. In addition to the striking cabinet design, this piano was set apart from standard Steinways with a silver painted frame with grey understring felt, and an engraved Steinway logo on a nickel plated nameplate over the keys. These features survive in top condition, as do the original ivory keys.The soundboard is in flawless condition and the piano plays beautifully with a warm tone, and is still accompanied by its original Steinway chair in matching walnut. Size 5ft. 7in. Serial number 310828.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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