Internet Pianos

Internet Pianos

We are Main agents for Steinmayer, Weber and Gors & Kallmann

I have been involved with pianos since childhood. My passion for music and love of the pianoforte instrument is expressed in my fine work, of which I am very proud.

People come to me for many different reasons. Everyone has different tastes and priorities.It may be size, tone, price or aesthetics that are important to you. That is why my pianos are of a very wide range of types. The only thing that does not vary is the quality of my work.

I also carry out restoration work on treasured family heirloom pianos. No amount of advertising can compare to the personal recommendations that I receive from people who have seen and heard my work. From beautiful antique walnut designs to state-of-the-art new and modern ones. Whether you are a novice or a professional I will make it a matter of pride that I do my utmost to supply what you are looking for. If for any reason I am unable to fulfil your requirements I will endeavour to find someone who can.

It is amazing how much quality of work and pricing can vary. Your computer can allow you to find prices that you didn't know could exist and a quality you didn't know you could afford.Please now view some examples of my work and my range of new pianos which are available for delivery anywhere in the world at your convenience, 24 hours a day 7 days per week. Thank you for viewing my Website; if there is anything that you think could improve it then please let me know.


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  • 122A Horsham La
    Gillingham, Kent ME87XB
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Did You Know Piano Facts

The firm of Kirkman piano makers was founded in 1730, according to the Pierce Piano Atlas. However, Kirkman inherited the business from Tabel's wife, whom he married one month after Tabel's death. Tabel was a harpsichord maker who trained with Ruckers. He came to London in 1680 and set up making harpsichords. Abraham Kirkman, who was born in 1710 inBischweiler near Strasbourg, came to work for Tabel. In 1742 hemoved to Great Pulteney Street. These are some later dates and locations for him:
(1817) (Grand Pianoforte Maker to Her Majesty and H.R.H. The PrinceRegent)
(1818-1832) (Grand Pianoforte Maker to His Majesty) 19 Broad Street,Golden Square
(1822-1896) Kirkman, Joseph (Junior) 67 Frith Street, Soho
(1831) 3 Soho Square
(1846) 9 Dean Street
(1848) DuLour's Place, Golden Square
(1864) 21 Broad Street, Golden Square
(1894) 12A George Street, Hanover Square
They had associates with Collard who were based at 50 Bond Street,London, the same as Chappell. There is a fine example of a Kirkmanharpsichord at the Colt Clavier private collection. In 1896Georgiana Kirkman sold the business to Collard's at cost.