Mason & Hamlin is one of America's oldest piano manufacturers, having been established in 1854, by Henry Mason and Emmons Hamlin. Mason was the son of composer and educator Lowell Mason, and Hamlin was a working mechanic and inventor. Their partnership yielded award-winning instruments that were celebrated for their technical and artistic qualities. Among their pianos’ early endorsers were Sergei Rachmaninoff and Maurice Ravel.
Today’s Mason & Hamlin pianos are hand-built in the USA, with the finest materials, following many original company designs and specifications. Models feature the Tension Resonator, a crown retention system exclusive to its pianos since 1900.