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Antique Klingenthal violin after Jacobus Stainer  - top
Antique Klingenthal violin after Jacobus Stainer  - top
Antique Klingenthal violin after Jacobus Stainer  - back
Antique Klingenthal violin after Jacobus Stainer  - back
Antique Klingenthal violin after Jacobus Stainer  - side
Antique Klingenthal violin after Jacobus Stainer  - side
Antique Klingenthal violin after Jacobus Stainer  - scroll
Antique Klingenthal violin after Jacobus Stainer  - scroll
Provenance: Klingenthal
Maker: Unknown
Length of back: 36.1 cm
Year: 1900 circa
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Antique Klingenthal violin after Jacobus Stainer

This antique German Klingenthal violin was handmade around the turn of the century, circa 1900. The model is after Jacobus Stainer model, the indicated by the brandstamp Stainer on back below the button. The instrument has a one-piece back, the model with very distinctive archings and flat ribs. Prominent soundholes and the special antique appearance add their part to the violins extraordinary character. Intentionally, the beholder associates the more than one hundred years old instrument with terms like "historic, traditional, mysterious". The violins clear open sound is brilliant, bright notably well-balanced over the strings. With its very easy and sensible response the violin is convenient to play and suitable for orchestral playing.

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