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Klingenthal violin after Guarneri - top
Klingenthal violin after Guarneri - top
German student violin after Guarneri, from Klingenthal, back
German student violin after Guarneri, from Klingenthal, back
German student violin after Guarneri, from Klingenthal, ribs
German student violin after Guarneri, from Klingenthal, ribs
German student violin after Guarneri, from Klingenthal, scroll
German student violin after Guarneri, from Klingenthal, scroll
Provenance: Klingenthal
Maker: Unknown
Length of back: 35.7 cm
Year: approx. 1920
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German student violin after Guarneri, from Klingenthal

This antique Klingenthal violin is an excellent example for the inspiring sound qualitiy of student violins from Saxony, that was enjoyed by generations of young instrumentalists. It was built in the 1920s and bears an original label, that indicates the model after Giuseppe Guarneri del Gesù. The brown varnish over a yellow ground is typical for the region and determines the interesting, antique character of the violin, that is perfectly preserved and was completely worked over by our luthier. It is a very suitable partner for ambitious young violinists and features an exceptionally beautiful, convincing sound, that is warm and resonant, powerful and with some dark note.

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