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Conservatory violin, made in Germany
Conservatory violin, made in Germany
Conservatory violin, made in Germany
Handsome old German violin, Saxony, approx. 1940 - maple back
Handsome old German violin, Saxony, approx. 1940 - maple back
Inventory No.: 5450
Provenance: Saxony
Maker: Unknown
Length of back: 35.7 cm
Year: approx. 1920
Tone: Strong, open, warm
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SALE Outstanding antique German violin, approx. 1920

This "Conservatory violin" from Saxony in Germany has an outstanding sound in the price range and is a highly recommendable instrument for orchestral players that was built after Stradivari patterns in the 1920's. It is the quality work of one of the larger workshops from the well-known violin making region in Saxony. The shining and subtzly antiqued golden-brown varnish is especially beautiful and harmonises most beautifully with the violin´s interestingly flamed two piece back. This beautiful violin has no cracks or repairs and is offered in perfect, undamaged condition, ready to play after a meticulous restoration by our luthiers. The sound unfolds bright and warm, open, yet rich in overtones in the higher ranges.

1,350.00 €

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