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Fine violin by Ernst Heinrich Roth, 1962 (certificate E. H. Roth) - top
Fine violin by Ernst Heinrich Roth, 1962 (certificate E. H. Roth) - top
Fine violin by Ernst Heinrich Roth, 1962 (certificate E. H. Roth) - top
Fine violin by Ernst Heinrich Roth, 1962 (certificate E. H. Roth) - back
Fine violin by Ernst Heinrich Roth, 1962 (certificate E. H. Roth) - back
Fine violin by Ernst Heinrich Roth, 1962 (certificate E. H. Roth) - ribs
Fine violin by Ernst Heinrich Roth, 1962 (certificate E. H. Roth) - ribs
Fine violin by Ernst Heinrich Roth, 1962 (certificate E. H. Roth) - scroll
Fine violin by Ernst Heinrich Roth, 1962 (certificate E. H. Roth) - scroll
Inventory No.: 4908
Provenance: Markneukirchen
Maker: Ernst Heinrich Roth
Length of back: 35.7 cm
Year: 1962

Violin by Ernst Heinrich Roth, 1962 (certificate E. H. Roth)

After Ernst Heinrich Roths workshop, Roth was one of Markneukirchen's outstanding violin makers, had to relocate to Bubenreuth after the war, is the time when this remarkably beautiful violin was created. As one of the fine quality pieces it has features that are typical of E.H. Roth's best instruments which have garnered more attention in recent times and become some of the most sought-after German violins. It has high-quality tonewoods with remarkable aesthetics like the even, fine to medium-grained spruce of the top; a back of maple with strong, deep flames that define the expressive look of the scroll; a rich oil varnish of a delicate orange-brown colour over a golden ground. Minor traces of age and use give the instrument character and enhance the beauty of its craftmanship. Inspired by the works of a talented and versatile musician, Ernst Heinrich Roth's violins stand out due to their outstanding sound qualities, a fact which this perfectly preserved instrument with its large, clear and dominant tone demonstrates impressively. It was looked over by our luthier and is offered ready to play. With a certificate of authenticity by Ernst Heinrich Roth, which is included in the price.

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