E.H. Roth IR Violin, Markneukirchen,1926
Crafted on the pattern of a 1714 Stradivari, this Roth IR is a fine example of Germany’s Golden Era of violinmaking. The Roth IR offers a subtle yet well-balanced tone which rings clearly.
Ernst Heinrich Roth
Back Length: 359mm
Upper Bout: 170mm
Lower Bout: 208mm
The back is of two pieces of maple, cut on the quarter, of narrow-width flame ascending from the center joint. The ribs and scroll are of similar maple. The top is of two pieces of spruce, cut on the quarter, of fine-width grain widening slightly at the flanks. The varnish is red-orange over a golden ground.
1-Year Limited Warranty
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The E.H. Roth Workshop
Founded in 1902 by Ernst Heinrich Roth, the E. H. Roth company has regularly produced some of the finest German stringed instruments. It has also produced some of the best violin makers in Germany – apprentices with the firm who developed into master violin makers. All Roth violins have the Roth label inside, with the names of the best makers appearing on the labels.