Introduction. Eavestaff was established in 1823 in North London and in 1925 was taken over by the Brasted brothers as a way of raising their profile as piano builders. Brasted later merged with Boyd and in 1934 they introduced the Minipiano, this was sold using the Eavestaff name.
In the 1930s Eavestaff made small grand pianos which were 150cm in length, mainly in mahogany and often with quite ornate twin gate legs.
At the end of the 1970s, Eavestaff pianos were made under licence by Kemble & Co and assembled at the Barratt & Robinson factory, Harringay, London. Eavestaff stopped making pianos in 1983, however the Eavestaff name lives on as standard upright pianos made by the Yantai Longfeng Piano Company in China.
The Piano. This lovely piano here, built around 2005 is in excellent condition and has a medium bright sound. The 88 keys are moderately light making it easy to play, but still with enough resistance to build good finger technique. The relatively compact design makes it ideal for the home and is an ideal piano for starter through to intermediate pianists. It is in excellent mechanical condition and the finish of the casework is high gloss with brass fittings.
It stands at 116cm tall, 145cm long and 58cm deep.
Accessories. We have a collection of accessories which we hope will enhance your piano playing experience. There are caster cups which offer protection to your floors, a carpet to protect your piano from underfloor heating, lamps, polishes and cloths.
Purchase Options. We are offering this piano for sale at £1900 which includes delivery, an adjustable stool, first tuning and a 5 year warranty. It is also possible to spread payment over 12 months interest free.
Rental Option. This piano is available to rent. The initial contract is 6 months. Delivery is £140 and monthly rent is £50. At the end of the 6 months there is the option to buy, continue renting or return the piano at no further cost. If the option to buy is taken, the delivery charge and the 6 months rent is then taken off price of the piano. All you have to do is simply pay off the balance. If you wish, it is possible to spread that payment for up to 12 months, all interest free!
Additionally. To gather more information about this and other pianos as well as other useful tips, there is lots of information elsewhere on this website. Have a read of our blogs, there is information on how to care for your piano and also tips on how to improve your playing. Do visit other pages to see our other pianos.
Getting in touch. If you would like to book a time to visit, please call Julian on 020 3645 3930 or send an email HERE and we will get in touch as soon as we can.
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