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German 3/4 master violin, after Stradivari - top view
German 3/4 master violin, after Stradivari - top view
German 3/4 master violin, after Stradivari - back view
German 3/4 master violin, after Stradivari - back view
German 3/4 master violin, after Stradivari - side view
German 3/4 master violin, after Stradivari - side view
German 3/4 master violin, after Stradivari - scroll
German 3/4 master violin, after Stradivari - scroll
Inventory No.: 4864
Provenance: Germany
Maker: Unknown
Length of back: 33.6 cm
Year: approx. 1970
Tone: Warm, clear, open, mature

3/4 Master violin, Germany, after Stradivari

The powerful violin model of Antonio Stradivari is one of the great historical achievements of violin making, and it is often used for smaller sized violins compared to Amati or Guarneri patterns. For good reason, this beautiful Stradivari styled 3/4 master violin made by a German master hand in the 1970's is a rare and excellent example of the quality of German instruments. The fine and purfling is quite typical for Markneukirchen regional violin making traditions; the delicatly carved scroll and the one-piece back indicate its good quality, as well as the rich and luminous orange-brown oil varnish varnish, that bears some traces of use from former young musicians who obviously liked to play the violin. In completely undamaged condition, worked-over by our luthiers, this rare 3/4 master violin unfolds its beautiful sound with good strength.

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