German Workshop Early 20th Cent. Violin
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German Workshop Early 20th Cent. Violin

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Germany's history of violin making dates back over three hundred years to Jacob Stainer, one of the most influential figures in violin making. German traditions progressed throughout the centuries and Mittenwald and Markneukirchen emerged as important cities for violin making. By the early 20th century, the workshop tradition prevailed and established Germany as a leading center for the trade. We offer an excellent violin from this period.

Violin Information: A good German violin from the early 20th century. Spruce top is of medium, somewhat irregular grain. Attractive one-piece maple back with broad flame. Ribs of a more narrow flame. Scroll with wide, less prominent flame, nicely carved. Finished in a yellow-brown varnish antiqued to a natural ground. Bears two labels: Andreas Amati and Pajot Jeune.
Brand:   German Workshop
Model:   Early 20th Cent.
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