Piano key tops are usually acrylic or celluloid plastic while older instruments may be ivory. With time and heavy use piano keys become worn, discolored, chipped or otherwise damaged. If the original key tops are in adequate condition they can be cleaned, repaired and even lightened. Chips in individual ivories can be repaired with color matched material or ivories from other sets recovered from older instruments, matched to your instrument’s set. We can recover your piano keys with attractive modern ivory substitutes using high-quality modern glues. Entire sets of piano keys can even be replaced in valuable pianos.