A Violin by Andrea Postacchini

A Violin by Andrea Postacchini, Fermo, 1855

A violin in excellent condition and beautifully preserved, made by the renowned 19th-century maker Andrea Postacchini, also known as the "Stradivari of the Marches". This violin by Andrea Postacchini shows off all of his handwork precision, and elegant violin-making details. More

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98,000 EUR

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      Full description

      From the f-holes, arching, and overall shape, it is a model certainly inspired by the Fratelli Gagliano instruments but crafted with much more elegance and precision. Postacchini's precision in workmanship is clearly seen in this violin. The construction details and purfling process are impeccably executed, as are the elegant and precise edges and harmonious arching. It has a gorgeous oil varnish with a reddish-brown color. A violin in excellent condition and beautifully preserved.

      Andrea Postacchini

      Andrea Postacchini, also known as the "Stradivari of the Marches," was a self-taught violin maker born in Fermo, Italy, in 1781. Transitioning from a religious path at 28, he refined his craft, producing instruments renowned for meticulous craftsmanship and rich tonal quality. His legacy endures as a testament to Italian luthiery in the 19th century.Learn more

      dimensions

      Back Length
      353 mm
      Upper Bout
      164 mm
      Center Bout
      112 mm
      Lower Bout
      206 mm

      sound characteristics

      The sound is ready and clear, with a potent voice and beautiful timbre.

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