Invest in a beautiful instrument to take your passion for music to the next level. Pianos4everyone in Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire, offers a vast selection of both baby grand and grand pianos to cater to your individual preferences.
Take a look at our range of petite grand pianos below.
This is a true example of a superb instrument. Ed Sieler pianos were manufactured In Liegnitz In Germany.
The sound quality is superb and is a pleasure to play and listen to.
I acquired this from a piano teacher, and it is quite apparent how well the piano has been cared for.
Seiler Pianos are a well respected firm, making high quality pianos of an exceptional standard.
The case is in good condition and is compact. Am sure this would make a lovely piece of furniture in anyone’s home.
Providing amazing value, this baby grand is ideal for smaller environments. Designed and engineered by German piano maker, Lothar Schell, this piano boasts a beautiful sound. A stunning piece of furniture for any home, the dimensions are 101cm (height)/148cm (width)/143cm (depth) with a black, high-gloss finish.
This is a lovely neat and compact Weber piano in very good condition, finished in dark mahogany.
ORIGINALLY MANUFACTURED FOR HARRODS
The piano Is 4ft 6 from the back to the front making it the perfect size for most homes. All the keys are immaculate with no chips or cracks.
This Piano sounds beautiful. The Weber offers outstanding value for money for an advanced level baby grand piano. At 4 ft 6 long it offers a surprisingly dynamic sound with a rich and mellow tone and is undoubtedly suitable for players from beginner to advanced level. It suits both contemporary and traditional environments and is a beautiful addition to any home.
The action has a medium touch and plays beautifully throughout the scale, with a powerful bass and crisp treble, not too bright and well balanced.
This is a beautiful Baby grand piano in lovely condition. It’s neat and compact and is a pleasure to play. It would make a stunning piece of furniture in anyone’s home.
The Strohmenger is 4ft 6 from the back to the front and would make a lovely centre piece or would fit neatly into the corner of any room.
The firm of John Strohmenger & Son was established in London in 1835. Although Strohmenger was not as large as other English firms like Broadwood or Collard & Collard, the firm was very successful and enjoyed a superior reputation as one of England’s finer manufacturers during the 19th and early 20th Centuries.
The piano has a clear bright tone and would suit both a beginner and the also the more advanced Pianist.
Owning a grand piano is quite the statement.
This is a stunning Johann Kuhse Grand Piano.
I have had many grand pianos in stock but this German Yohann Kuhse is an example of German engineering at its best.
The case is beautiful and the solid iron frame is so very decorative. An absolutely stunning piece of furniture.
A very prestigious piano company known as Ernst Kaps merged with another company, owned and founded by Johann Kuhse, whose piano manufacturing business was founded in Dresden in 1874. Both piano brands were manufactured alongside each other in Dresden manufacturing pianos of an exceptional standard.
The quality of sound is exceptional, rich mellow bass and bright clear treble makes this piano an incredible instrument to both play and listen to.
The Piano was purchased from a Cotswold estate and was purchased for £7k 10 years ago. It was being sold only due to downsizing,
This would make a stunning piece of furniture in anyone’s home.
This is a lovely looking darker Cramer Piano In very good condition. The piano is nest and compact and is 4 ft 6 from the back to the front making it a lovely piece of furniture in anyone’s home.
The action has a medium touch and plays nicely throughout the scale, with a controlled mellow, soft tone, good bass and treble which is typical of a piano of this pedigree.
Dimensions: Length: 4 foot 6 inches
Width: 4 foot 8 inches
88 Note Keyboard
Cramer made thousands of pianos in the UK and are considered in very high esteem among the manufacturers to be based out of the UK.