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Fine Stuttgart violin by Werner Voigt
Fine Stuttgart violin by Werner Voigt
Provenance: Stuttgart
Maker: Werner Voigt
Length of back: 35.6 cm
Year: 1966
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Fine Stuttgart violin by Werner Voigt

The instrument is an especially beautiful German violin made by Werner Voigt (*1911). This attractive master violin was made in Stuttgart in 1966 as a fine masterpiece of expert craftmanship. It follows the Markneukirchen tradition on the model of Guarnerius. The violin bears the original label and a brandstamp with a monogram inside on the back plate and features tonewoods of the finest quality and selection, the quality of workmanship is exceptional. The varnish is an oil varnish of an intense orange color. This rare Stuttgart violin is undamaged and in perfect conditon. Its bright mature Guarneri sound is very strong, clear, dominant and rich in overtones.

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