Petrof 225 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Petrof
Website: Petrof
Model: 225
Made in: Czech Republic
Parent Company: Petrof
Company Location: Czech Republic
Length: 7′ 4″

History: Antonin Petrof built his first grand piano in 1864 after traveling to Vienna in 1857 to learn piano manufacturing. After World War II, the company and property were confiscated under nationalization but in 1990, Jan Petrof took over the company with the return of democracy and privatization. 2004 marked the year when 5th generation Zuzana Ceralov√°-Petrofov√° became president. Today the company continues to expand and build pianos from the Czech Republic. Ant. Petrof pianos are a tribute to the founder, Antonin Petrof. They are built to a higher level than the Petrof line.

Dimensions: 7’4″x60″ or 2m 75cm x 154cm

Available Finishes: Polished Ebony

Features: Solid spruce soundboard ~ 16 Asymmetric ribs ~ Cast iron plate wet sand casting
Surfacing of iron plate gold metalic paint, diamond effect ~ Pin block hard rock maple from Canada ~ Beech wood inner rim ~ Wooden frame posts spruce-beech laminated, 5 longitudinal + 1 cross ~ Descant post material beech wood ~ Birch and olive wood outer rim ~ Solid maple wood bridges ~ Stainless steel bridge pins ~ Gold plated agraffes ~ Duplex scaling ~ Spruce wood keyboard, individually balanced keys ~ Black keys ebony wood ~ Brass, braked castors ~ Hydraulic slow close fallboard

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