Collection: Weber Pianos

Weber Pianos, founded by Albert Weber in 1852 in New York, quickly became renowned for their exceptional craftsmanship and innovative designs. Albert Weber, originally a musician, brought his passion for music and quality to the piano manufacturing industry. His company rapidly gained a reputation for producing some of the finest pianos of the 19th and early 20th centuries. By the late 1800s, Weber pianos were among the most expensive and elaborately crafted pianos available, favored by elite musicians and European royalty​.

Weber pianos were distinguished by their use of high-quality materials and meticulous construction. Albert Weber's commitment to excellence ensured that each piano produced rich, resonant tones and was built to last. The company was innovative in its approach, coining the term "Baby Grand" for their smaller grand pianos and incorporating intricate woodwork and high-quality finishes into their designs. These pianos were not only musical instruments but also works of art that added elegance to any room.

In 1903, the Weber Piano Company was acquired by the Aeolian Piano Company, which later merged with the American Piano Corporation to form the Aeolian-American Corporation. This merger allowed Weber to continue producing high-quality pianos, including advanced player pianos under the "Pianola" brand. Despite the challenges posed by the Great Depression, Weber pianos remained a symbol of premium craftsmanship until the Aeolian-American Corporation went out of business in the 1980s​. Today, the Weber name is owned by the South Korean company Young Chang, which continues to produce pianos under the Weber brand, combining traditional craftsmanship with modern manufacturing techniques to maintain the legacy of Weber pianos.

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