Antonio Stradivari ‘Saveuse’ cello 1726 poster

£19.95

406 in stock

Description

The 1726 ‘Saveuse’ is one of the smallest cellos ever to come out of Antonio Stradivari’s workshop. From the beautifully carved scroll to the smouldering, rich maroon colour of the varnish, the instrument displays the finest characteristics of the luthier’s late period. It remains in almost perfect condition and provides a fascinating insight into the mind of Stradivari the innovator. This poster will be an excellent resource for anyone looking to learn from the master.

Additional information
Weight .44 kg
Reviews (0)

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Antonio Stradivari ‘Saveuse’ cello 1726 poster”
Vendor Info

Vendor Information

  • Store Name: The Strad Shop
  • Vendor: The Strad Shop
  • Address: 120 Leman Street
    London
    E1 8EU
  • No ratings found yet!
More Products
Close

February 2013

£6.50 Sold by: The Strad Shop

We talk to cellist Alisa Weilerstein and review her latest CD of Elgar and Carter concertos. This edition also includes

Close

January 2013

£6.50 Sold by: The Strad Shop

Félix Lajkó: the Hungarian violinist is the cover artist for our ‘Fresh Thinking’ issue Electric string concertos: why composers are

Close

Antonio Stradivari ‘Gustav Mahler’ viola 1672 poster

£19.95 Sold by: The Strad Shop

Antonio Stradivari ‘Gustav Mahler’ viola 1672 Currently played by Antoine Tamestit, the ‘Mahler’ is one of only ten surviving violas by

Close

June 2016

£6.50 Sold by: The Strad Shop

What can the corners of Stradivari’s instruments tell us about the forms he used? Was Maud Powell the first virtuoso