Andrea Amati violin 1564 poster

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The beauty of the workmanship, tonal properties and rich decoration of this royal instrument has seldom if ever been matched or surpassed. Includes measurements.

‘For his scrolls, Andrea seems to have gone directly back to Nature itself. The concept was mathematically and optically so perfect that what followed over the centuries could only be a steady degeneration’ – Roger Hargrave in the December 1991 issue of The Strad.

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Weight 0.1 kg
Dimensions 61 x 42.5 cm
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