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German-Bohemian violin after J. Stainer, approx. 1900 - table
German-Bohemian violin after J. Stainer, approx. 1900 - table
German-Bohemian violin after J. Stainer, approx. 1900 - back
German-Bohemian violin after J. Stainer, approx. 1900 - back
German-Bohemian violin after J. Stainer, approx. 1900 - ribs
German-Bohemian violin after J. Stainer, approx. 1900 - ribs
German-Bohemian violin after J. Stainer, approx. 1900 - scroll
German-Bohemian violin after J. Stainer, approx. 1900 - scroll
Provenance: Saxony-Bohemia
Maker: Unknown
Length of back: 35.8 cm
Year: approx. 1900
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German-Bohemian violin after J. Stainer, approx. 1900

This antique German-Bohemian violin was built approx. 1900 in the traditional violin making region of Saxony and Bohemia, a quality instrument that was designed after the proven Jacobus Stainer model with typical archings and flat ribs, distinctive flutings and characteristically shaped, elegant ff-holes. The small scroll and the accentuated edges determine the individual appearance of the violin, that features an especially beautiful one-piece back made of mildly flamed maple wood. Our violin makers worked over this instrument completely that is preserved in excellent, undamaged condition. We offer it ready to express its bright and clear, powerful voice.

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