Fine antique cello, Mittenwald or England, circa 1850

With its warm, mature and lyrical voice of good strength, this interesting antique cello of the 19th century is an enigmatic instrument that can be warmly recommend for musicians who place a priority on a colorful, well-balanced sound. This antique cello was crafted in the 1850s either in England, or Mittenwald, and its attractive enigmatic appearance and fine work in the details indicate the hand of an experienced violin maker who worked with inspiration. Subtle...

With its warm, mature and lyrical voice of good strength, this interesting antique cello of the 19th century is an enigmatic instrument that can be warmly recommend for musicians who place a priority on a colorful, well-balanced sound. This antique cello was crafted in the 1850s either in England, or Mittenwald, and its attractive enigmatic appearance and fine work in the details indicate the hand of an experienced violin maker who worked with inspiration. Subtle patination on the dark bordeaux-red colored varnish shapes the aesthetic of this beautiful antique cello, which made its way to us with just minor repairwork to the rib and table in excellent condition. Like all old stringed instruments from Corilon violins it has been meticulously brought to playing condition and set up by the luthiers at Corilon and is offered ready to play. Its warm, appealing voice is full of character and carrying volume, making it especially appealing for advanced, demanding players.

Antikes Cello um 1850
Fine antique cello, Mittenwald or England, circa 1850
Fine antique cello, Mittenwald or England, circa 1850
Fine antique cello, Mittenwald or England, circa 1850
Fig. |