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Elegant, brilliant sounding Saxonian violin, subtly antiqued
Elegant, brilliant sounding Saxonian violin, subtly antiqued
Softly flamed maple back, German violin
Softly flamed maple back, German violin
Inventory No.: 5052
Provenance: Germany
Maker: Unknown
Length of back: 35.5 cm
Year: approx. 1930
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Beautifully flamed German violin, 1960's. Warm, brilliant sound

This elegant German violin is an enigmatic-looking instrument with its golden orange-brown varnish over a softly and intensively flamed maple back. Crafted by an unknown hand in Saxony, its narrow, elegant sound holes reveal that it is part of the Saxonian tradition, and hailing from the Bohemian-Saxonian "Musikwinkel" region around Markneukirchen. Excellent tone woods were used to make the two-piece flamed maple back and the spruce top with its regular grain. This successful instrument is available to you undamaged and in perfect condition after having been worked over meticulously by our violin makers. This good German violin can be strongly recommended with its warm, brilliant sound that is powerful and clear.

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