Collection: Ivers & Pond Pianos

Ivers & Pond pianos, established in 1872 in Boston, Massachusetts, are renowned for their craftsmanship and innovation in the American piano manufacturing landscape. Founded by William H. Ivers and William H. Pond, the company quickly gained a reputation for producing high-quality upright, grand, and player pianos. These pianos were celebrated for their robust construction, responsive touch, and rich tonal quality, making them popular in both homes and concert venues.

Ivers & Pond were pioneers in introducing novel piano features, including the "Practice Clavier," a device that muted the strings for silent practice, reflecting the company's commitment to the needs of serious musicians. Their pianos often featured elaborate cabinetry with beautiful wood finishes and intricate detailing, embodying the aesthetic preferences of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Today, Ivers & Pond pianos are highly valued by collectors and musicians for their historical significance, durability, and the exquisite sound that characterizes instruments from the golden age of American piano manufacturing.

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