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Antique violin by Adolf Sprenger, Stuttgart, 1915
Antique violin by Adolf Sprenger, Stuttgart, 1915
Antique violin by Adolf Sprenger, Stuttgart, 1915
Antique violin by Adolf Sprenger, Stuttgart, 1915 - back view
Antique violin by Adolf Sprenger, Stuttgart, 1915 - back view
Antique violin by Adolf Sprenger, Stuttgart, 1915 - side view
Antique violin by Adolf Sprenger, Stuttgart, 1915 - side view
Antique violin by Adolf Sprenger, Stuttgart, 1915 - scroll view
Antique violin by Adolf Sprenger, Stuttgart, 1915 - scroll view
Inventory No.: 5437
Provenance: Stuttgart
Maker: Adolf Sprenger
Length of back: 35.8 cm
Year: 1915
Tone: Bright, clear, open

Antique violin. Adolf Sprenger, Stuttgart, 1915

This lovely antique violin by Adolf Sprenger, Stuttgart was crafted in the Mittenwald violin making tradition in 1915. The expressive and very skilled carving of the scroll communicates an individual Mittenwald style which suits the historic aesthetic of the intense and luminous orange-brown varnish. The patina harmonises with the instrument's interesting personality. Our experienced violin makers have approved and set the Adolf Sprenger violin up completely so that it is now ready to play. This good antique violin's clear open sound is warm and bright, with a sweet note to it.

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