STOCK: 3632 YEAR: 1935
COLOUR: Mahogany FINISH: Polyester
HEIGHT: 110 cm
WIDTH: 122 cm
DEPTH: 50 cm
Oak traditional piano
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Rogers pianos were a London piano maker, one of Britain’s oldest and longest-established builders.
From 1900 to the 1960s, Rogers built many very fine large uprights like this one. Quality peaked in the 1920s and 30s. Moving in to the 60’s and 70’s, the company moved towards the smaller modern case design. Most Rogers pianos are finished in rosewood or mahogany, with black and oak finishes being much more rare.
Rogers pianos tend to have a light, playable touch and a full tone, clear but not too bright. Older traditional uprights have a more powerful, strident tone, but, as most British instruments, are never overpowering. As instruments of high quality and sturdy construction, they are often good candidates for restoration and can be expected to last many years.