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Contemporary Italian violin, Cremona, Renato Superti - top
Contemporary Italian violin, Cremona, Renato Superti - top
Contemporary Italian violin, Cremona, Renato Superti - back
Contemporary Italian violin, Cremona, Renato Superti - back
Cremonese violin - sides
Cremonese violin - sides
Cremonese violin - scroll
Cremonese violin - scroll
Provenance: Cremona
Maker: Renato Superti
Length of back: 35.8 cm
Year: 2012
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Contemporary Italian violin. Cremona, Renato Superti (certificate Stefano Conia)

This contemporary Italian violin is an exceptionally beautiful instrument made by Renato Superti in Cremona in 2012. The violin has a corresponding label, a certificate by Stefano Conia confirms its provenance. It is a beautiful, full-blooded Cremonese violin of quality and accurate workmanship that clearly embodies defining features of the Cremonese violin-making tradition. The premium tonewoods are covered with a rich and glossy oil varnish of a luminous red-orange color. The graceful scroll is unmistakably Italian in character. This beautiful Cremonse violin is perfectly preserved and after a meticulous workover by our luthiers offered in immediate playing condition. Her bright, carrying sound is clear, open, mature and precise, brilliant and textured, sweet in the upper ranges and well balanced over the strings. As is the case with all of our instruments, this Cremonese violin was also completely set up by the luthiers at our restoration atelier and made ready to play. The certificate of authenticity by Stefano Conia is included in the price and does not have to be added in the shopping cart.

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