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3/4 violin from Saxony, circa 1930
3/4 violin from Saxony, circa 1930
3/4 Geige aus Sachsen
3/4 Geige aus Sachsen
Violon trois quart
Violon trois quart
Violino 3/4
Violino 3/4
Provenance: Saxony
Maker: Unknown
Length of back: 34.4 cm
Year: approx. 1930
Tone: Warm, clear
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3/4 - elegant Saxonian 3/4 violin

This 3/4 violin from the 1930s is a particularly beautiful instrument from Saxony. The unknown violin maker demonstrated his well-honed experience in acoustic subtleties when he interpreted this Stradivari model, especially in the way the low arch of the table was executed. A delicate aesthetic sensibility can be seen in the elegantly carved sound holes and the bright, transparent orange brown varnish, which is especially flattering to the strikingly attractive and evenly-grained spruce of the top and the premium broadly flamed maple of the two-piece back. The warm, clear sound of this well-preserved violin is open and brilliant.

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