Your Steinway can be the perfect expression of you. Whether it's a subtle difference, such as the all-silver hardware of the Sterling Steinway, or a more eye-catching statement, such as a red Pops Steinway, we invite you to find a Special Collections Steinway that best suits your home and your style.
The Steinway Crown Jewel Collection is an exclusive series of spectacular instruments that feature particularly fine veneers. High-quality Mahogany, Walnut, Kewazinga Bubinga, East Indian Rosewood, Macassar Ebony, and other veneers are available.Learn More on steinway.com
When Steinway & Sons was founded in 1853, our standard hardware was nickel — a trend that continued through the 1920s. In 1928, following design trends of the day, the hardware on Steinways changed to brass, which has been the standard since. Now, Steinway & Sons offers a piano style that is both modern and a throwback — the Sterling Steinway.Learn More on steinway.com
The dynamic Onyx Duet Steinway has a dual personality, with an all-ebony finish on the exterior and stunning Macassar Ebony — also known as French Rosewood — on the underside of the lid and inner rim. The effect is pure East Indian elegance, with fine grain markings juxtaposed against a classic ebony finish.Learn More on steinway.com
The Steinway Pops Collection offers a fresh take on a revered classic. Vibrantly colorful accents breathe character into an ebony grand. A rainbow of color choices make this special-collection Steinway an exciting choice to express personality, individuality, and style. Custom colors may be special ordered.Learn More on steinway.com
The elegance of 18th-century France is reproduced in this delicately handcarved instrument made of beautiful walnut wood in the rare Louis XV carved style, including the legs and molding. Even the top lid of the piano is scalloped in beautiful detail. Length: 5'7" (170 cm)Learn More on steinway.com
This special-collection Steinway is a prime example of the Chippendale furniture style with the famous Ball & Claw style leg and foot, with all the grace and distinction of design made famous by Thomas Chippendale, master cabinetmaker of 18th-century England. Handcrafted legs and lyre. Length: 5'7" (170 cm)Learn More on steinway.com
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