Violin Labelled Andrea Postacchini 1854 Fermo, Italy
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Violin Labelled Andrea Prostachini made in 1854 in Fermo, Italy
Andrea Postacchini is an Italian luthier born in the year 1781 of November 30th in Fermo, Italy. It was a town on the hilltop near the marches region of Italy where he was later known as “The Stradivari of Marches.” Postacchini started his fascination in the craft of violin making when he met a priest who uses primitive tools in his violin making.
Postacchini started making violins when he was 28. His knowledge and skill were self thought and yet he produced excellent quality instruments with fascinating tonal quality. He produced diverse stringed instruments and accessories which include bows and guitars. He is one of the most acclaimed violin makers in exhibitions and fairs during his lifetime. He spent the rest of his life in Fermo in died at the age of 76 on February 3, 1862.
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