The Petrof P173 Breeze Chippendale is a grand piano that stands out for its style but the real highlight is in its sound.
Music lovers have in the Petrof P173 Breeze Chippendale a piano with high musicality and a design that satisfies the most difficult tastes to please. Designed in the Chippendale style, its dark woods were worked in a discreet way by Petrof artisans.
The hammers of the Petrof P173 Breeze pianos give these pianos their typically open, rounded and romantic sound.
The Style Collection series enjoys great popularity among Petrof customers and has therefore become an integral part of the brand's regular production. The high proportion of manual labor used in the construction of these pianos makes each instrument unique.
Petrof has been manufacturing pianos since 1864, exporting to more than 65 countries. All instruments are manufactured in the Czech Republic, making it an excellent choice for anyone looking for a fully European piano. 80% of the manufacturing process is done by hand, with a careful choice of materials.
Petrof uses wood carefully selected and processed in its factory, to guarantee the highest quality standards. The choice of specific types of wood is the result of many years of experience, ensuring that each component is made of the most suitable material.
The iron frames of the Petrof pianos are cast in damp sand molds, a traditional process that allows for a greater density of the metal, resulting in a much more defined sound, used only by builders who maintain the artisanal techniques in the construction of their instruments.
Each piano takes about 9 months to build, with 80% of the work to be done by hand. The work and dedication of each of the artisans reflects Petrof's 150 years of experience, being very evident in its pianos.
Petrof also promotes development projects with universities and research centers to innovate its instruments. The result is high quality pianos, very popular with great pianists for their delicate and romantic sound.
Petrof P173 Breeze pianos are a pleasure for those who play them.
- Soundboard material: spruce, resonance
- Active area of the soundboard: 1,293 m2 (square meters)
- Cast iron plate: wet sand casting
- Surface of iron plate: light gold paint, diamond effect
- Pin block material: beech multiplex, density 800-850kg / m3 (kg per cubic meter)
- Bridge pins: steel, rounded tips
- Strings: Röslau steel wire (German) with copper winding Degen basses (German)
- Pedals: 3, central sostenuto
- Felts: red and black color
- Keyboard cover with hydraulic slow-closing mechanism: yes
- Furniture color: mahogany, walnut or white, high gloss
- Adjustable bench included
Shipping is free till 150 km (93,2 miles) from Lisbon and to a 2nd floor
For more information about shipping beyond this distance please contact us
Against any manufacturing faults
We guarantee all technical assistance for your piano, if you intend to, request our maintenance contract.