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Czech violin
Czech violin
Old Czech violin, V. Kohout - back
Old Czech violin, V. Kohout - back
Good Czech violin, 1953 Teplice - ribs
Good Czech violin, 1953 Teplice - ribs
Czech violin, V. Kohout 1953 - scroll
Czech violin, V. Kohout 1953 - scroll
Provenance: Czech Republic
Maker: Unknown
Length of back: 35.9 cm
Year: approx. 1950

Powerful Czech violin

From the hands of a skilled violin maker comes this good Czech violin, made in the 1950's with much attention to the detail following Stradivari patterns. The Czech luthier chose exceptionally good tonewoods, very regular spruce for the top and mildly flamed maple for the back. The oppulent outline, the accurate, fine purfling and the small, elegant soundholes bear witness to the high precision of his work. The milky yellow oil varnish with natural patina has some signs from playing. A Czech quality violin with an attractive sound, bright but also warm, strong and resonant. It has some minor repairs and a repair to the saddle that is considered in the price. This beautiful Czech violin is offered in playing condition, and as all violins from Corilon, it is ready to play.

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