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Stainer model, violin from Saxony-Bohemia approx. 1900 - top
Stainer model, violin from Saxony-Bohemia approx. 1900 - top
Stainer model, violin from Saxony-Bohemia approx. 1900 - top
Stainer model, violin from Saxony-Bohemia approx. 1900 - top
Violon ancien allemand en modele Stainer
Violon ancien allemand en modele Stainer
Violino antico modello Stainer
Violino antico modello Stainer
Provenance: Saxony-Bohemia
Maker: C. A. Wunderlich
Length of back: 35,9 cm
Year: approx. 1900
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C. A. Wunderlich, violin after J. Stainer

The well-proven violin model of Jacobus Stainer is a traditional pattern in the violin making region of Saxony and Western Bohemia, where this instrument was built approx. 1900. Without a corresponding label inside the body this the violin is an unmistakable copy of J. Stainer, with characteristical high archings as the most eyecatching features of his model. Tastefully applied antique touches determine the antique appearance of the golden-brown colored and very transparent varnish. The unknown violin maker demonstrates his flawless skills with the self-confident design of the small scroll that is full of character. The violin is undamaged and was thoroughly worked over by our expert luthiers; we offer it in ready to play condition and recommend its bright and clear sound that is rich in overtones.

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