PETROF 118 P1 a new, upright piano in a high gloss, walnut finish undoubtedly stunning and perfect for any room large or small. It is a real statement piece and plays beautifully.
Directly from it’s factory in the heart of Europe, The Czech Republic where work specialists of the highest rank who respect traditional work by hand and the characteristic tone colour of PETROF pianos as well as their splendid design.
The 118 model is recommend for teaching and practising purposes, or else as an accompanying instrument for songs and recitals. Suits all level of players, though when you sound its strings and allow its rounded and gentle tone to resonate, you will delight the guests at any venue.
The P1’s cabinet combines both classical and modern design with rounded edges, which fits in with any home interior.
PETROF maintain that our upright and grand pianos should delight not just the ear, but also the eye.
Call our showroom today for more information. +353 1 4967460
Susan Petrof is a representative of the fifth generation of the Petrof family and is currently the head of the PETROF company. She is a very successful and respected manager not only within this branch of industry. In the course of her work at PETROF, she has gained many awards, particularly for her managerial skills. Among these is the honorary title MANAGER OF THE YEAR 2014, and she regularly appears in FORBES magazine’s list of the most influential women in the Czech Republic.
Susan Petrof has successfully continued the tradition of her predecessors and as a reward, her company is today the largest producer of acoustic pianos in Europe and has many significant awards to its credit.
“During the production process individual components and entire pianos undergo several kinds of quality control. The final, exit control is carried out just before the piano is wrapped and dispatched. We wrap the pianos in several layers of wrapping material to ensure that however long the journey may be to your homes or concert halls, they cannot be damaged mechanically or by damp in the environment.” By Susan Petrof