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German-Bohemian violin, patterend after Klotz, approx. 1940 - table
German-Bohemian violin, patterend after Klotz, approx. 1940 - table
German-Bohemian violin, patterend after Klotz, approx. 1940 - back
German-Bohemian violin, patterend after Klotz, approx. 1940 - back
Violon ancien en modele Klotz
Violon ancien en modele Klotz
Violino antico modello Klotz
Violino antico modello Klotz
Provenance: Saxony-Bohemia
Maker: Unknown
Length of back: 36.2 cm
Year: approx. 1940
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German-Bohemian violin, patterend after Klotz, approx. 1940

This old, brilliant sounding violin of Bohemia is a very well preserved piece with a striking appearance, that was built approx. 1940 in the Bohemian-Saxonian "Musikwinkel". The unknown luthier selected a model referring to the historical Klotz model. The small, elegantly designed scroll, the accentuated edges and the one-piece back of interesting maple wood demonstrate the careful work of an experienced hand. The luminous red-orange varnish completes the antique appearance of this violin, that is with some signs from playing undamaged and was - like all stringed instruments in the Corilo violins online catalogue - completely worked over by our expert luthiers and is offered ready to play. Its strong , clear sound is brilliant and rich in overtones - a voice of good strength suitable for orchestra players.

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