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Violin from Saxony, after Jacobus Stainer - top
Violin from Saxony, after Jacobus Stainer - top
Violin from Saxony, after Jacobus Stainer - top
Saxon violin after J. Stainer, c.1910 - back
Saxon violin after J. Stainer, c.1910 - back
Saxon violin after J. Stainer, c.1910 - ribs
Saxon violin after J. Stainer, c.1910 - ribs
Saxon violin after J. Stainer, c.1910 - scroll
Saxon violin after J. Stainer, c.1910 - scroll
Provenance: Saxony
Maker: Unknown
Length of back: 35.9 cm
Year: approx. 1910
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Antique Saxon violin after J. Stainer, c.1910 - Violinist's recommendation!

This attractive antique German violin is a successful Markneukichen/Saxony replica of a Jacobus Stainer, whose distinctive style with flat ribs, vertically aligned sound holes and pronounced arch is well executed. A transparent light-brown varnish over a yellow ground covers the maple of the flamed two piece back, and the medium grained spruce of the top. Beautifully accentuated edges and meticulous purfling round out the historic character of this well preserved handmade instrument of good quality craftsmanship. The appealing expression of a unique handmade instrument introduces a very good sounding violin that has been the recommendation of our professional violinist in the price range, a crackfree instrument that was well taken care of. With no repair or damage, this violin is offered in perfect condition. It was thoroughly and professionally worked over in our atelier and is ready to play, unfolding its powerful, bright sound, that is rich in overtones and with long lasting resonance and assertiveness.

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