This 1717 Domenico Montagnana model has very impressive acoustical potential and is one of my personal favorites for this reason. In the early 1700’s, Venetian violin making was consistently inspired by Jacob Steiner’s style, as this pattern shows. Bosnian one-piece maple with matching curl pattern to the original 1717 violin; Italian Spruce. AVAILABLE FOR SALE.
Inspired after Stradivari’s golden period instruments; Narrow curled Alpine Maple and Italian Spruce. Oil Varnished. AVAILABLE FOR SALE
Violin made on the pattern of “Il Cannone” ex-Paganini Guarneri del Gesu violin. A robust construction as the original, this violin has substantial sound power and great temperament – a violin suited for soloist performance and firm hands, equally capable of gentle and soft play. Exceptional maple and italian spruce, oil varnished. AVAILABLE FOR SALE.
Violin made on the pattern of 1717 Domenico Montagnana, Baroque mounted. SOLD
Violin inspired after the “Cessole,Ferni” Guarneri del Gesu of 1736. Exceptional maple wood and Alpine spruce top. Oil Varnished.AVAILABLE FOR SALE
Modelled after Stradivari 1716. SOLD
Interesting late model by Stradivari used for much of his 1720-30 output. This violin is currently on loan.
After “Il Cannon” ex-Paganini Guarneri del Gesu of 1743. SOLD
Model Andrea Guarneri 1680. 41,5cm. Brown ”Brescian” oil varnish. Sold.