Domenico Montagnana violin 1717 poster

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A vivid and uncompromising violin that shows both the strong effect of Montagnana’s early influences and also the rapid evolution of his own style – by 1717 he was already a very experienced maker. The varnish is lush, deep and vivid, and looks as if it was poured on with a ladle over a ground of sparkling gold. Includes measurements

‘Without doubt, this violin must be one of the most exciting Montagnana violins in existence. From any point of view – historically, musically, aesthetically – it is a great and fascinating instrument. All the pleasure that can be derived from a violin, all the sensuous and intellectual delights that great instrument give us are here in plenty’ – John Dilworth in the December 2006 issue of The StradA

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Weight 0.1 kg
Dimensions 62.5 x 42 cm
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