Collection: Cable Pianos

Cable pianos, founded by H.D. Cable in 1880, are renowned for their rich history and superior craftsmanship. Initially starting in organ manufacturing, the Cable Piano Company quickly grew and merged with Conover Brothers in 1890, expanding its production capabilities significantly. The company became well-known for producing a variety of piano models under names such as Conover, Kingsbury, Wellington, and Schiller. One unique aspect of Cable pianos was their patented "Tonarch" soundboard design for uprights and "Crownstay" frame for grands, which contributed to their exceptional tonal quality and durability. This innovation set Cable pianos apart, making them a popular choice among pianists and collectors. Today, Cable pianos are cherished for their historical significance and enduring quality​.

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