Peter Smith & Sons

Peter Smith & Sons

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  • 60 Backsneddon Street
    Paisley,, Renfrewshire PA3 2BY
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  • Mobile: 0141 887 5144
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Peter Smith and Sons 'The Piano Warehouse', for Pianos in Paisley,Glasgow and all over the UK.

Steinway & Sons appointed agents for Scotland. We also offer Boston and Essex pianos as part of the Steinway & Sons range.

Come and visit our large showrooms in Paisley with 100 new and used pianos on display at all times.

Scotland's finest selection of new and used pianos to suit all budgets.
Opening hours
Monday - Wednesday 11am - 4.30pm
Thursday - Saturday 9.30am - 4.30pm
Sunday by appointment only


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Piano Shops

Related Listings:
Peter Smith & Sons (Canal Street)
Steinway & Sons Ltd
Shackell Pianos Ltd
Broughton Pianos Limited
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