‘Sleeping Beauty’ Montagnana cello 1739 poster

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Called ‘the Mighty Venetian’ by novelist Charles Reade, Domenico Montagnana is venerated as one of the greatest cello makers. This 1739 instrument is a mature example of his craft, with beautiful deep-flamed maple and well-matched pine, and thickly laid-on red–golden varnish. Includes measurements

‘The workmanship of this gorgeous cello underlines the vigorous approach the great luthier took to his craft’ – John Dilworth in the October 1993 issue of The Strad

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Weight 0.1 kg
Dimensions 84 x 68 cm
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