The new Weber D series are designed and engineered by the renowned American piano meister Delwin Fandrich who has introduced two new models, one of which is the W112. New features include a completely new frame and round tapered soundboard design, rescaled stringing, new tenor and bass bridges, l
Designed and engineered by the German piano maker Lother Schell, known for his work with both Ibach of Germany & Young Chang of South Korea, Steinmeyer Pianos are manufactured by the Beijing Company, China’s second largest piano manufacturer, founded in 1949. The Steinmeyer Ma
The exceptional natural sound of the Gors & Kallmann results from the modern construction techniques and quality materials, using a combination of materials and expertise from Germany, Japan and China. Gors & Kallmann Pianos are robust and beautiful pianos, build to last with a
Here we have a beautiful example of the rarer Yamaha U2, made in Japan. It has been with one careful owner since it's arrival in the UK, and was one of the first, and best made U2 model Yamahas to leave the factory. Renown for having a superb action, robust build and a famous
Known as the poor mans Steinway, these Czech made and manufactured pianos have a long history of excellence and recognition. This piano is a great example of this craftsmanship, but conveniently housed in a compact case, only 54cm deep with super resonance and a good even tone, in
Rönisch have been making pianos in Germany since 1845 and are recognised throughout the world as a maker of high quality instruments. This piano has the traditional shape, with legs, and standing at 122cm high delivers a strident bass, with a clear singing treble and middle.
Zender pianos were pianos made in London, the majority of which were produced between 1963 and 1993, with the expressed mission to make the smallest 85 note piano possible; to meet the demand created by the issue of ever-decreasing space encountered in many homes in most parts of London.
Rogers Pianos were a London piano maker, one of Britain’s oldest and longest-established builders. The name is not quite as well-known as those of Broadwood, Chappell etc. but the instruments are of consistent high quality, from the 1900s to the 1980s. From 1900 to the 1960s, Roge