Steinway Model M “Teague” Grand Piano (SOLD)


Built in 1954

Length:  5’7


Steinway Model M “Teague” Grand Piano(SOLD)

This beautiful Steinway model M “Teague” was produced in 1953 to celebrate Steinway’s 100th anniversary. The highly esteemed industrial designer and architect, Walter Dorwin Teague worked with Steinway to design a special commemorative piano to celebrate this momentous anniversary.  The result was a grand piano with sophisticated mid – century modern style with a sleek silhouette.  With it’s simple and streamlined design featuring tapered legs with brass ferrule accents and beautiful Satin Walnut finish, it would be a beautiful addition to a home or studio.

Here is a brief background on Walter Dorwin Teague:   It would be easy to say that most anywhere you look, you would see a design by the influential industrial designer Walter Teague.  From cameras, aircrafts , gas stations to art deco furniture, his designs have made an influential mark on diverse companies such as Texaco, Kodak, and Boeing jets.  His legacy continues on with clients such as Microsoft, Nike and Hewlett Packard.  His creations can be seen at the Met Museum, SF MOMA, and Brooklyn museums among many others.  This is a prime opportunity to house an iconic Walter Teague design while enjoying the richness of tone and high quality that epitomizes Steinway Pianos.


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