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Violin Labelled and Signed Renato Scrollavezza

This Violin has the signature of an Italian Maker Renato Scrollavezza who was greatly admired and considered to be among the most notable modern Italian makers of the post-war era. He also won numerous prizes and medals in international competitions. This violin could have been made by one of his Japanese students - see the descrirtoion for details.

$3,631.82 Price

Roberto Cavagnoli Violin 2017

Introducing the Roberto Cavagnoli Violin 2017. Roberto Cavagnoli received many awards including the Silver Medal for tone quality from the Violin Society of America in 2004 and the third prize at the 11th International Competition ‘Triennale’ in Cremona for sound quality.

$25,000.00 Price

Labelled Giuseppe Fiorini violin 1926

Check out this Copy of Giuseppe Fiorini violin 1926. Giuseppe Fiorini an Italian luthier, the son and student of Raffaele Fiorini who established the "Rieger and Fiorini" violin-making firm in Munich. A passionate teacher, donating materials and relics to the Municipality of Cremona in order to establish a violin-making school there.

$7,000.00 Price

Egidio Moretti Violin1947 Lavagna Italy (I11)

Moretti Egidio transitioned from cabinetmaking to violin making in 1924-1928. During 1945-1955 in Lavagna, Genoa, his instruments were known for their accuracy and good varnish, with two different labels used - handwritten and printed.

$9,000.00 Price

Antonius Vinaccia 1792 Violin Repaired in 1902

This violin is labelled "Antonius Vinaccia, Napoli in Via Constantinii, a. 1792" and shows evidence of being repaired in 1902. Antonio Vinaccia was a renowned instrument maker in Naples during the mid-18th to late 19th centuries. He was known for making violins in the style of Gagliano and exceptional mandolins. His craftsmanship is preserved in Naples's Museo Spagnuolo (Palazzo degli Studi). Antonio's sons, Gennaro and Gaetano, also became instrument makers.

$25,000.00 Price


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