STRADIVARIUS Violin

STRADIVARIUS Violin, Antonius & Omobono, Cremona, 1737

PLEASE NOTE: This is a very valuable instrument that is NOT KEPT AT OUR SHOP.  For well-qualified players and clients, arrangements can be made to travel, examine and play this violin. This violin is absolutely NOT AVAILABLE TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC.

This is a well-documented, historic Stradivarius in excellent playing condition. Made in 1737, the last year of Antonius Stradivarius' life, this violin shows the partnering craftsmanship of both Antonius and his son, Omobono. Always a player's instrument, this violin has never been locked away in a collection or a museum. The sound is fulll and complex with tremendous carrying power. The late period Stradivarius violins tend to be richer and warmer than earlier instruments and this violin is no exception. With a one-piece back, beautiful wood, and exquisite workmanship, this violin is one that will keep a player happy for life.

 

 

This is a well-documented, historic Stradivarius in excellent playing condition. Made in 1737, the last year of Antonius Stradivarius' life, this violin shows the partnering craftsmanship of both Antonius and his son, Omobono. 

 

 

Serious Inquiries Only. Please contact our store for more details.