Manufactured in 1915 in Steger, IL, this 5' 7 " Steger & Sons Baby
Grand piano was rebuilt in 2015 with new strings, new hammers and new
keytops. The piano boasts an English burled walnut case, extensive
scrollwork, and exotic lyre and legs.
It has been regulated and tuned and includes a period matching bench.
The Steger Piano Company was established in 1879 by John V. Steger.
In 1892 the company was incorporated as The Steger & Sons Piano
Manufacturing Company. John Steger left Chicago and founded the nearby
town of Steger, Illinois, in order to establish the Steger piano factory there.
Steger & Sons was known for building very good pianos, and the firm
prospered for several decades.
Steger & Sons produced pianos under the brand names of “Steger &
Company”, “Mellostrello”, “Crest”, “Thompson“, “Singer“, and “Artemis,” and
is one of the few American manufacturers to survive the Great Depression
without being absorbed into a larger conglomerate likely due to a
combination of the quality of their products, coupled with the large volume
of diverse piano lines they manufactured. The factory did eventually close
its doors in 1959, after an 80-year run.
As this piano is not currently displayed in our gallery, please make an
appointment to view it.
|Steger & Sons • 5' 7" Baby Grand
|Steger & Sons
English burled walnut