An 1894 Golden age Steinway loving restored in our Yorkshire workshops. We are well-placed to undertake full-scale rebuilds as we are also the home of Cavendish, the UK’s only piano manufacturer. This gives us access to processes and equipment that goes beyond the scope of other piano restoration houses. Rebuilt to immaculate condition. Once played, never forgotten. All the power of a Steinway concert model A with the mellow golden-age tone. In a flawless high polished Rio rosewood case.
Certified rebuilt Steinway*
This piano has been fully rebuilt. Please browse the photos below to see our comprehensive rebuild of this piano. The condition externally and internally is pristine. This piano is comparable to a new piano.
Made in 1894, this model A has the full, warm tone associated with the famous Golden Age Steinway.
Size: The model A is the smallest of Steinway’s concert series at 6’2″ (188cm)
Price Includes: Delivery to your home (ground-floor UK mainland), 10 year guarantee and matching adjustable stool. This piano has been prepared to performance standard.
*This piano has been rebult using only certified Steinway parts.
“Piano restoration” can be a complicated area to understand for a customer. Different retailers may use the term to mean different things. This can often account for wildly different prices for seemingly similar pianos. “Fully restored”, “reconditioned”, “refurbished”, “rebuilt” – what do all these terms mean?
To make life simple at Yorkshire Pianos we only deal in completely rebuilt period pianos. It’s best to think of this as a new piano in an old case. This represents the best of both worlds, the beauty of period materials and craftsmanship with the accuracy of a new mechanism. The original tone of the instrument is preserved through using identical parts and reparation of soundboard rather than replacement.
Sadly, pianos do not last for ever. It is a popular misconception that a piano will last indefinitely. It is true, they do have a very long lifespan perhaps 60 or 70 years but after this time they will be worn out and, more importantly will no longer “hold their tuning”. A piano may look and even sound wonderful but if it no longer stays in tune then it is much like a shiny car that no longer goes along! Pianos are designed so they can be rebuilt in the future. Every minute part is designed to be replaceable.
The replacement of the pinblock (also called wrest plank) helps provide a new lease of life for a piano and ensures tuning stability. A replacement of this sort is a major undertaking and well beyond the scope of most piano restoration workshops. Yorkshire pianos incorporates the manufacturing facility of Cavendish Pianos which provides the most comprehensive piano restoration service in the UK.
NO ADDED EXTRAS!
Complete with matching adjustable stool, UK mainland delivery & 10 year guarantee.