A Violin by Mio Cannone Cremona Violins

Violin by Mio Cannone Cremona Violins, Cremona, 2024

This Stradivari model violin was crafted by the hands of master makers in the heart of the violin birthplace, Cremona, Italy. Built after the very standards of Cremonese’s old masters, this violin exhibits a meticulous approach to high-quality material. In our opinion, this violin highlight is the refined craftsmanship visible in the purfling insertion and volute work. More

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    This Italian violin carries with it all Cremonese's highest craftsmanship standards. The chosen Val di Fiemme spruce wood for the top has a medium grain and was carefully selected. The one-piece maple back shows a gracious flamed figure that matches the scroll's wood,  under a transparent, reddish orange varnish, with a shiny finish—an excellent, carefully crafted instrument made with high-quality material.

    Mio Cannone Cremona Violins

    The Cremona violins made by Mio Cannone are crafted by a group of selected violin makers from Cremona that has a long experience in the classical Cremonese craftsmanship tradition. We combine different makers' skills in order to create a single masterpiece. Our goal is to provide high-quality handmade violins at an affordable price, with the same great quality when compared to a single authorship one.Learn more


    Back Length
    357 mm
    Upper Bout
    164 mm
    Center Bout
    111 mm
    Lower Bout
    204 mm
    String Length
    327 mm

    sound characteristics

    Dark, sweet and round.

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