A Violin by Gibertoni & Nalin

Violin by Gibertoni & Nalin, Milan, 2023

The hands of a master maker crafted this violin inspired by Antonio Stradivari's 1716 "Messiah". Gibertoni & Nalin’s great knowledge of the Cremonese tradition is clearly highlighted in this antiqued violin. For us, its high point is the varnish’s patina and wear beautiful replicated like a violin from the 18th century. More

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    For this violin, the spruce used for the top, with medium grain, was beautifully chosen. The two-piece back and neck maple features medium flames, unlike the sides, which are made of much narrower flamed maple. The Cremona violin is covered by a dark brown ground and reddish-brown color varnish.  Inspired by Antonio Stradivari's exquisite making technique, its aesthetics result in a fascinating and spellbinding craft. The uniqueness persuaded the makers to craft a fine violin that condenses all the features of the great Cremonese master.  

    Gibertoni & Nalin

    Stefano Gibertoni and Valerio Nalin collaborate together in the making of violins, violas and cellos in their workshop in Milan. The combination of a long and solid experience in construction, making and set up, together with a young mind, with a free and enthusiastic spirit, has proven to be a collaboration that is extremely stimulating for both of them.Learn more

    dimensions

    Back Length
    356 mm
    Upper Bout
    169 mm
    Center Bout
    112 mm
    Lower Bout
    207 mm
    String Length
    327 mm

    sound characteristics

    Dark, sharp, and direct

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    Violin Bow by Kurt Dolling, Markneukirchen, c.1960

    By Kurt Dolling  |  

    This great Modern German bow was made by the hands of a mastermaker. Amongst the greater names of the bow-making tradition in Markneukirchen, Kurt Dolling's bows are sought after for their reliability, precision, and functionality. From our point of view, this bow exceeds for its precisely shaped and curved strong octagonal stick.

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