Collection: Ellington Pianos

Ellington pianos, a prominent brand produced by the Baldwin Piano Company, were crafted with exceptional quality from 1893 to 1930. Renowned for their rich sound and elegant design, these pianos were made in Cincinnati and featured high-quality materials like quarter-sawn oak, often in the carved Victorian style. They are full-size upright pianos with long strings and broad soundboards, producing a deep, resonant tone comparable to many baby grand pianos. Ellington pianos are not only celebrated for their tonal quality but also for their beautifully detailed cabinetry, making them both a musical and aesthetic treasure for any home.

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