Copie de Nikolaus Amatus Violin 1636

    Copie de Nikolaus Amatus Violin 1636


    This is a copy of Nikolaus Amatus's violin made in 1636 with a label. Nicola Amati was a master luthier born in 1596, in Cremona Italy. He came from a family of luthiers but was considered the most famous luthier in their clan.

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    A Copy of Nikolaus Amatus 1636 violin

    Nicola Amati was a master luthier born on September 3, 1596, in Cremona Italy. He came from a family of luthiers but was considered the famous luthier in their clan. Amati taught in the illustrious Cremonese School luthiers in whom Andrea Guarneri and Giovanni Battista Rogeri became his students. It was also said that he mentored Jacob Stainer, Francesco Rugeri, and Antonio Stradivari. 

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