‘Schneider’ Gofriller cello 1693 poster

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An unusual cello by the Venice-based luthier, with a rosette that harks back to his German training and influences. Includes measurements

‘Every Gofriller scroll seems improvised – if he used a template it was treated as the loosest guide – yet they all have the same stance and character. This early model doesn’t show his more extreme traits, but the style is truly established. There is something very viol-like about the way the pegbox unrolls slowly and the volutes lean backward.’ – John Dilworth in the December 2003 issue.

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Weight 0.1 kg
Dimensions 85 x 67 cm
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