Orfeo Carletti Violin 1932 (I14)

Orfeo Carletti Violin 1932 (I14)


We have here the Orfeo Carletti Violin made in 1932. Orfeo Carletti is an Italian violin maker who opened a workshop together with his father and brother in Bologna. 

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Orfeo Carletti Violin 1932

Orfeo Carletti (1906 – 1940) is an Italian violin maker in Bologna. His father Carlo Carleti and his younger brother Natale opened their own workshop in the late 1920s in Bologna. Orfeo’s work was similar to his brother Natale's in terms of quality and craftsmanship.

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