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Fine Czech master violin after Guarneri, Schönbach, 1920 - table
Fine Czech master violin after Guarneri, Schönbach, 1920 - table
Fine Czech master violin after Guarneri, Schönbach, 1920 - violin back
Fine Czech master violin after Guarneri, Schönbach, 1920 - violin back
Fine Czech master violin after Guarneri, Schönbach, 1920 - violin ribs
Fine Czech master violin after Guarneri, Schönbach, 1920 - violin ribs
Fine Czech master violin after Guarneri, Schönbach, 1920 - violin scroll
Fine Czech master violin after Guarneri, Schönbach, 1920 - violin scroll
Provenance: Schönbach
Maker: K. W. Breut
Length of back: 35,6 cm
Year: 1920
Tone: Large, dark, mature
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Fine Czech master violin. After Guarneri, Schönbach, 1920

This fine Czech master violin is an outstanding beauty, that was built by Karl Werner Breut in Schönbach in 1920 as a close copy of Giuseppe Guarneri. The top was made of well-chosen medium grained spruce and the delicately flamed one piece maple back features mysterious aesthetics under the rich and transparent light brown colored oil varnish. Self-confident craftsmanship of character are visible at the most elegant scroll, that is the work of an highly experienced hand. Playfully elegant soundholes determine the individual character of the instrument. Antiqueings include a grafted scroll and some intended repairs on top. Our professional luthiers worked over this fine violin meticulously and set it up expertly, it is now ready to play. Its sound is as enigmatic as its looks - the true sound of a master violin, large, mature and precise, clear and with good power.

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