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Franz Stowasser, Graslitz violin, 1910 - Top
Franz Stowasser, Graslitz violin, 1910 - Top
Franz Stowasser, Graslitz violin, 1910 - back
Franz Stowasser, Graslitz violin, 1910 - back
Franz Stowasser, Graslitz violin, 1910 - ribs
Franz Stowasser, Graslitz violin, 1910 - ribs
Franz Stowasser, Graslitz violin, 1910 - scroll
Franz Stowasser, Graslitz violin, 1910 - scroll
Provenance: Graslitz
Maker: Franz Stowasser
Length of back: 35.7 cm
Year: 1910
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Franz Stowasser, Graslitz violin, 1910

This old violin originates from Graslitz where it was built in 1910. It features an exceptionally good sound and is an unmistakable work in the Saxon-Bohemian tradition. The label inside the body indicates Franz Stowasser as the maker. Due to some retouch work and optical flaws we can offer this undamaged violin at a very low price, worked over by the luthiers in our atelier and made ready to play. This Stowasser violin unfolds its large, warm voice that is unrivaled in its price range, a special recommendation for demanding players, precise and clear, floating, warm and strong.

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