The ESSEX incorporates STEINWAY & SONS’ latest design specifications and engineering standards, as well as the STEINWAY commitment to excellence developed over 160 years of quality craftsmanship. Every ESSEX instrument is inspected by a team of highly experienced STEINWAY & SONS technicians before it leaves the factory.
ABOUT ESSEX PIANO
ESSEX incorporates STEINWAY & SONS’ latest design specifications, engineering standards, and the STEINWAY commitment to excellence. Designed by STEINWAY & SONS in collaboration with renowned furniture designer William Faber, ESSEX furniture has been created in the spirit of the STEINWAY heritage as a tribute to the idea that beautiful piano styles and finishes can and should be possible in every price range. With elegant traditional styling and museum-quality finishes, ESSEX will be a stunning addition to your home. The instrument is available in an array of models, sizes, and veneers to fit every décor and lifestyle.
DESIGNED BY STEINWAY
Beautiful piano styles and surfaces should be the case no matter the price. This idea led STEINWAY & SONS to renowned furniture designer William Faber and a partnership that produced the ESSEX line of grand and upright pianos, which up to this day have made joining the STEINWAY family a reality.
ESSEX & THE STEINWAY DNA
ESSEX – 27 Features of Distinction
HARMONY IN SOUND, SHAPE AND PRICE
Let yourself be inspired by the many ESSEX design variants once the sound of your instrument has persuaded you. Harmonious shapes from simple to romantic, the fine grain of the wood and deep gloss of its varnish make your ESSEX instrument an ornament for your home.
When you purchase an ESSEX, you may trade in the instrument within ten years of the date of purchase to receive 100% of the original purchase price toward a new STEINWAY grand.
ALL-STEINWAY SCHOOLS demonstrate a full commitment to excellence by providing their students and faculties with the best instruments possible for the study of music. That is why the only pianos owned by the institutions listed here — from the practice room to the recital hall — are designed by STEINWAY & SONS.