Restored German-made Rönisch

$6,995.00

Just released from our piano restoration workshop in Norwood, this is a beautiful and rare Carl Rönisch Upright Piano. This magnificent handmade instrument was manufactured in the Rönisch Piano Factory in Berlin, Germany during the peak of the European piano industry and German manufacturing. It is a 131cm high, Concert Upright model, with Patent Rönisch underdamper Action. Rönisch pianos are considered to be one of the most prestigious pianos ever made and these high-quality vintage examples are now becoming rare and extremely sought after. The internal structure of this piano is of the highest quality and comprises a full gold-plated iron frame, quality overstrung design and handmade, solid timber patented Rönisch playing action. From a structural and mechanical perspective, this piano is far more superior than any modern piano that you could purchase today. The piano cabinet reflects the classic styling of the time and is hand carved from European Walnut, a timber that is now extremely rare. European Walnut

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1906 Julius Feurich ‘Regal’ Concert Piano

$6,995.00

What a beautiful and rare Julius Feurich ‘Regal’ Piano package with original reupholstered Piano Bench. This piano is a magnificent example of German engineering at its finest. Feurich’s flagship model, the ‘Regal’ is manufactured from the highest grade European figured Walnut and features thick, high grade ivory key together with matching solid brass candelabra and side handles. This particular piano has a rare pedigree, it was a custom-made piano for a South African composer ‘Rocco DeVilliers’ and has a stamped and engraved insignia on the key rail. We have fully refurbished this beautiful piano and matching original piano bench. This is one of the most stunning piano cabinets we have ever seen on a piano and a lovely example of German musical history for your home and family to appreciate for years to come. The price includes professional, fully insured delivery, complimentary tune within 2 months after deliver and a full 15-year warranty. We offer a range of additional services

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Barratt & Robinson ‘Professional’ Upright

$6,995.00

Just arrived! A very rare piano in Australia! This 125cm Barratt & Robinson ‘Professional’ Series upright piano came to Australia with an English family who purchased it whilst living in London. Manufactured in 2012 in England, it features a stunning deep walnut polish on the cabinet and comes with a matching upholstered piano bench with lift-up top.  Fully refurbished inside and out, it is in immaculate, as new condition.  An excellent piano for players of all levels, it is well suited for the family home. Included in the price are professional, fully insured delivery and home installation, matching piano bench, complimentary tuning within 2 months after delivery and a 15-year warranty. We can also offer ongoing maintenance and tuning services.

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NEW Alex.Steinbach ‘Romance’

$7,495.00

We hold South Australia’s only licence to sell Alex.Steinbach’s range of German designed upright and grand pianos. The Alex.Steinbach ‘Romance’ model is the largest selling German-designed piano in Australia. This professional piano stands at 121cm tall and is designed by world renowned German piano technician Klaus Fenner. These pianos offer both classy European styling combined with traditional wooden piano construction making them the perfect upright piano for Adelaide with our strong European influence. Alex.Steinbach’s patented ‘Imperial German Scale’ together with the use of high grade Roslau piano wire and solid wooden components provides greater reliability, tuning stability and clarity of sound than other new pianos on the market. Because of these features, Alex.Steinbach also offers a lifetime warranty, unrivalled in the new piano market with Kawai being its nearest competitor with only a 12 year warranty. The lifetime warranty also makes these pianos a fantastic option for institutions such as schools and churches as it removes all maintenance concerns into

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1924 Wertheim ‘Gold Scroll’ – Fully Restored

$7,995.00

This beautiful, fully restored, Wertheim ‘Gold Scroll’ Concert Upright has just been released from our piano restoration workshop in Norwood. This magnificent handmade instrument was manufactured in 1924 in the Wertheim Piano Factory in Melbourne, Australia, during the peak of the piano industry and Australian manufacturing. The piano comprises a full double-strength gold-plated iron frame, quality overstrung design and handmade, solid timber patented Wertheim playing action. The beautiful cabinet is a magnificent and rare mix of Tasmanian Blackwood with European Walnut inlay. It has been fully stripped and re-French polished and looks stunning. All hinges, screws, locks and pedals were removed and repolished and the original ivory and ebony keyboard has been completely restored and is in excellent condition. The internal playing action and pedal mechanism have undergone a complete overhaul, with parts replaced as needed to bring the whole playing action back to tip top condition. Nothing has been left to chance with this restoration and no stone was

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Ronisch 3 Crown

$8,995.00

This particular piano is a restored 1908 3 Crown Ronisch ‘Artiste’ upright grand piano (132cm tall) manufactured in Berlin, Germany during the peak of the European Piano manufacturing industry. The internal structure of the piano is of the highest quality and comprises a full gold leaf, quality restored German overstrung designed iron frame and hand made, solid timber underdamper playing action. From a structural and mechanical perspective, this piano is far more superior than most modern pianos made from plastic components and chipboard panelling. The piano has a beautiful grain pattern and hand carved artisan style top panel, unique to the cabinet maker who originally manufactured the timber cabinet of the piano. The original keyboard is in excellent condition with no chips or damaged keys. This is a beautiful original European piano suitable for all levels of playing from beginners to advanced musicians. It has a lovely warm tone typical of a piano from this era. Give your home a

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Yamaha YUA5

$8,995.00

This classic 1981 Yamaha ‘YUA5’ model piano presents immaculately in ‘As New’ condition. It was manufactured entirely in Japan, during the golden era of Japanese piano manufacturing, using high quality labour and materials. The high gloss ebony cabinet has been refinished in our piano Restoration workshop, all keys were removed, cleaned, re-aligned, lubricated and the keyboard completely levelled. The quality Yamaha weighted piano action has been fully refurbished and the piano has been serviced, regulated (overall adjustment) and tuned to concert pitch. This piano is also fitted with a set of high quality Yamaha K series hammers. These alone cost over $1000 to supply and fit and have given the piano a magnificent tone and clarity of sound, more like a baby grand piano than an upright. Yamaha YUA5 pianos have a full gold-plated iron frame with A-Graphs in the treble giving them an extremely stable tuning system. They are fully overstrung (have a longer string length) and have a

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1872 Antoine Bord ‘Artiste’ Piano

$8,995.00

This extremely unique and rare piano has just been released from our piano restoration workshop in Norwood. It is an absolutely stunning ‘Antoine Bord’ upright Piano manufactured in Paris, France in 1871. The piano would have been manufactured in the Antoine Bord piano factory during the peak of the classical European musical period. This is the 126cm high ‘Artiste’ model with patent Bord playing action. Bord’s pianos were considered to be one of the most prestigious pianos of their time and these high-quality vintage examples are now becoming rare and extremely sought after. The piano also comes with a fully restored vintage piano stool from the same period. The internal structure of this piano has been fully restored including a full structural overhaul of the frame, soundboard and playing mechanism. The piano is a true antique and has to be appreciated in light of the period it was manufactured. The piano does not play like a modern piano and neither

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