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Jacobus Stainer (model), antique German violin c.1910

Violin after Jacobus Stainer that features a precise, ringing tone

Based on a slender Jacobus Stainer model with high arching, this violin was made in the early 20th century around 1910, in the traditional Saxon violin making town of Klingenthal in Saxony. Its Saxon origins are immediately...

Violin after Jacobus Stainer that features a precise, ringing tone

Based on a slender Jacobus Stainer model with high arching, this violin was made in the early 20th century around 1910, in the traditional Saxon violin making town of Klingenthal in Saxony. Its Saxon origins are immediately apparent from the craftsmanship and the typical coloring of the varnish, which has developed pretty antique patina and has appropriate signs of age and playing. The maple of the one-piece back is a well-chosen, beautiful tonewood that tastefully corresponds with the medium grained spruce of the top. The violin, which is in excellent condition, has been thoroughly refurbished in our workshop and is ready to play immediately, with a warm, resonant sound that is precise and rich in overtones.

€ 1,190.00
approx. £ 1,011.50
Inventory no.
6617
Provenance
Markneukirchen/Klingenthal
Year
1910 circa
Tone
warm, resonant, ringing
Length of back
35.6 cm
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Jacobus Stainer (model), antique German violin c.1910
Jacobus Stainer (model), antique German violin c.1910
Jacobus Stainer (model), antique German violin c.1910
Jacobus Stainer (model), antique German violin c.1910
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