Rolls-Royce Piano Debuts in East China

There are grand pianos and then there is a piano that is bright red, features a prancing horse on its top which resembles the logo of a famous Italian car company and yet is named the Rolls Royce Piano. Well, all we can say is welcome to China. Not much is known about this shiny piano except for its name which contradicts its characteristics and a princely price tag of $303,000. Well at least the prica tag justifies it’s ambitious name – ‘The Rolls Royce Piano’. it is currently on display at Deji Square in the Eastern Chinese city of Nanjing.



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