Giuseppe Marconcini, fine Italian violin, Ferrara

The grain on the ribs and back of this interesting Italian violin is so intricate that it appears to have been drawn by the hand of an artist – and yet nature was the craftsman that inspired the Italian master Giuseppe Marconcini to build this exceptional violin in the early 19th century. The structure of this flat-arched master violin is in keeping with the finest Italian tradition which flourished in the region of Northern Italy...

The grain on the ribs and back of this interesting Italian violin is so intricate that it appears to have been drawn by the hand of an artist – and yet nature was the craftsman that inspired the Italian master Giuseppe Marconcini to build this exceptional violin in the early 19th century. The structure of this flat-arched master violin is in keeping with the finest Italian tradition which flourished in the region of Northern Italy and Alessando Mezzadri, where this violin hails from. The lustrous, golden-brown varnish sets the violin's distinctive aesthetic in its best light, and its appearance is wonderfully complemented by its voluminous, huge sound that is warm and mellow. This beautiful Italian violin has an original Giuseppe Marconcini label, and we offer it ready to play, with a doubled top plate, a restoration that is reflected in the price.

 
Corilon violins certificates
violin
 

Order a certificate of appraisal with this violin, the certificate option is available in the shopping cart.

€ 65,000.00
approx. $ 70,850.00
Inventory no.
A8
Maker
Giuseppe Marconcini
Provenance
Ferrara
Year
1820 circa
Tone
warm, mellow, large
Length of back
35.8 cm
Fine Italian violin by Giuseppe Marconcini, Ferrara
Italian master violin, Giuseppe Marconcini, Ferrara - back
Italian master violin, Giuseppe Marconcini, Ferrara - ribs
Italian master violin, Giuseppe Marconcini, Ferrara - scroll
Fig. |