Everyone loves crazy cats! The natural wood walnut veneers of this high-end Art Deco instrument have been selected so carefully that they create a stylized image of a cat. The pedals below are its feet even. Do you know anyone else with a fine piano like this in their home? Would you like to be the one with the piano people talk about? So give us a call on 01702 474771 and we can arrange things.
The piano is a 1930s "Walberg" branded instrument manufactured by trusted British manufacturer Barrat and Robinson. The case is high Art Deco is a light figured walnut with natural black highlights. The keyboard is excellent and original. The piano has been technician refurbed and plays very nicely. It is tuned to A440 concert pitch. The quality piano action is overstrung with underdampers. Dimensions : W 144cm D 55cm H 117cm
The 'Crazy Cat' is the high-point of 1930s British Art Deco pianos. It doesn't get any better than this. A golden opportunity to own a unique piano from the Jazz Age. It's art, fine furniture, a statement in your interior decor - all these things in one. If you keep looking at the photos you'll let it slip away and there isn't another the same. Phone 01702 474771 to arrange an appointment to view, play and acquire this delight.
The current price of this instrument is £1800. For comparison what would a new instrument of this quality cost ask yourself? This is the piano you will want to own forever. Should you require anything additional we shall be pleased to discuss and accommodate your requirements. Price includes :
Pianos are chosen as much as by the eye as by the ear. Not only do we want you to take home a fine instrument that will compliment your residence but we want you to own an instrument you are happy listening to for years to come. We deliberately strive to stock not only a range of visually stunning instruments, but also instruments that will enchant your ear. A visit to our showrooms in person is always a surprise as the sound of a particular piano may unexpectedly elicit a fond childhood reminiscence or catch you as being suited precisely to the style of music you love the most.