A Cello by Enrico Rocca

Quartet by Enrico Rocca, Genova, 1911

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      This rare quartet by Enrico Rocca, is in pristine conditions. So preserved that you can even see the maker’s brush marks from varnish application. It was built as a commission by a Genovese family so they could enjoy music all together. Enrico Rocca has a craftsmanship easily recognizable, with a very expressive work and personal character. There are only two quartets in the world made by Enrico Rocca, unfortunately one was dismembered and sold the instruments separately, therefore there is only one left, the one you are seeing in the pictures above. Together with the quartet there is also a François Lotte silver mounted bow collection, in which the ex-family owner, parents and kids, used to play at home all together. A true gem, modern masterpiece.

      Enrico Rocca

      Enrico Rocca learned violin making from his father, but initially he struggled to establish himself as a maker. Returning to violin making later, Rocca's style, akin to Eugenio Praga's, exudes spontaneity and directness. His prolific period began in the 1890s, marked by a distinctive craftsmanship characterized by expressiveness and personal flair.Learn more

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      A unique mastermaker crafted this Exceptional Pre-WorldWarII German bow. One of the most recognized makers of Germany's early 1900s, Emil Max Penzel, elegantly displays his references and his origins among the makers of the Pfretszchner workshop in this bow, yet preserves and flaunts his own style. In our opinion, the most noticeable aspect of this bow, beyond the excellent craftsmanship, is the stunning high-quality Pernambuco wood.

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