Collection: Kranich and Bach Pianos

Established in 1864 by Helmuth Kranich and Jacques Bach in New York City, Kranich & Bach quickly became renowned for their high-quality craftsmanship and innovative piano designs. Known for their lavish use of exotic woods and elaborate cabinet styles, Kranich & Bach pianos are celebrated for their superior tone and construction.

One of their notable innovations was the "Grandette" baby grand piano, designed to produce a rich and full sound despite its compact size. The company also incorporated several unique features, such as the patented "Violin Plate," which contributed to the exceptional sound quality and durability of their instruments.

Throughout their history, Kranich & Bach were awarded numerous patents and were considered ahead of their time in terms of design and engineering. Their pianos were favored by musicians and enthusiasts for their beautiful aesthetics and outstanding performance. Production continued until the early 1980s.

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