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German violin after Jacob Stainer - top view
German violin after Jacob Stainer - top view
German violin after Jacob Stainer - top view
German violin, after Jacobus Stainer - back view
German violin, after Jacobus Stainer - back view
German violin after Jacob Stainer - rib view
German violin after Jacob Stainer - rib view
German violin after Jacob Stainer - scroll view
German violin after Jacob Stainer - scroll view
Provenance: Saxony
Maker: Unknown
Length of back: 35.7 cm
Year: approx. 1930
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German violin. Model after Jacob Stainer, 1930's

This German violin has a warm and lovely, eye-catching sound, a handmade violin that was crafted approx. 1930 by an unknown violin maker in Saxony. The successful interpretation of the tradition Jacobus Stainer model features characteristically styled ff-holes and high archings in the middle of the top and the back. Low ribs and the one-piece back are the clear work of an experienced hand, a true piece of good craftsmanship that is perfectly preserved and was made ready to play by our luthiers, who completely worked over the violin. It features a red-brown colored varnish with tasteful and expertly made antique touches, and a convincing sound that is bright, clear, and rich in overtones.

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