Circassian walnut, originally imported from Asia, is not considered to be one of the finest veneers available in furniture. In the early 20th century Steinway & Sons used this veneer on a select few of their world-class instruments. Steinway Gallery of Cincinnati at Willis Music-Kenwood has the great honor of having one of these fine instruments. A rare find today. This 1908 Steinway & Sons Model B was fully reconditioned while maintaining it’s original craftsmanship. The circassian walnut veneer is present on all visible surfaces of the case. It has a hand-carved music rack and reconditioned original ivory keys. This instrument, while a museum-grade piece, is grandly worthy of the finest musician. Please stop in and speak with our highly-trained Steinway Representatives and experience the rare and beautiful.