Pietro Guarneri of Mantua violin 1704 poster

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A stunning violin by the greatest craftsman of the Guarneri family. Includes measurements

‘This is a gorgeous violin. This relatively late period of Pietro’s work is marked by the general strengthening of detail work, with edges stronger and broader than they were previously. The head has even more of the breadth and bulk that distinguish even Pietro’s earliest scrolls from those of the rest of the family.’ – John Dilworth in the December 2004 issue

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Weight 0.1 kg
Dimensions 42 x 62.5 cm
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