WEBER GRAND PIANO VICTORIAN
Charm, beauty and fascination of bringing a treasured piano back to life is a true rewarding experience. The craftsmanship and dedication that originally went into making this instrument is unmistakable and is what made Weber one of the world’s most superb pianos in its day. This is a fine example of a late 19th century Rosewood Victorian grand piano with all its grandeur and style.
According to the Pierce Piano Atlas 12th edition, Weber piano company was established in 1852 by Albert Weber on White St. in New York. Albert Weber was from Bavaria, Germany and was very renowned in the piano industry until his death in 1879. This piano is a true work of art and worthy of meticulous restoration technics to preserve its beauty for a future generation. Many of the parts and mechanisms of this piano are not standard like in a modern-day piano and do not allow for simple part replacements thus much of the reconditioning that must be accomplished in a piano like this is through working with the existing parts and rebuilding or repairing them as necessary to preserve the originality of the instrument