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Hermann Macklett Violin, 1871, Chicago, IL, USA

Item# F2 S4246

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Herman Macklett (1834-1884). An upholsterer by trade and violin maker by avocation, he was the first to show an interest in making violins. He eventually abandoned his upholstery business and established a violin shop in Chicago. The Great Chicago Fire destroyed the shop, but he and his wife, Elizabeth (Kahlert) Macklett, rescued the most valuable violins by stuffing them into large grain sacks and carrying them across the Chicago river. Herman worked on his violins from the 1860s through the 1880s. During his lifetime he made about 150 violins, and they are a rare find.

French Violin, 7/8 size, ca. 1910, Mirecourt

Item# F1 S4530

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Ashot Vartanian Violin 4/4 Size Dated 2004

Item# F2 S4671

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SHAR's master restoration and repair expert, Vartanian worked at the Bolshoi in Moscow and the Scuola Internazionale di Liuteria in Cremone in the late 1970s. His wealth of experience informs his choices for models, archings, graduations, and varnishes.

American Violin, ca. 1950

Item# F1 S4533A

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Giorgio Grisales Violin, 2009, Cremona

Item# F1 S4850A

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Colombian born Giorgio Grisales is a graduate of the illustrious "International School of Violinmaking" in Cremona, Italy. He furthered his training in Milan at the "Civic School of Violinmaking", where he focused on the art of instrument restoration. His instruments are well known and appreciated internationally and his work in restoration is highly acclaimed. His workshop is located in Cremona.

Ashot Vartanian Violin, 2002, Ann Arbor, MI, USA

Item# F1 S4411

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SHAR�s master restoration and repair expert, Vartanian worked at the Bolshoi in Moscow and the Scuola Internazionale di Liuteria in Cremone in the late 1970s. His wealth of experience informs his choices for models, archings, graduations, and varnishes.

Laberte Workshop Guadagnini, 3/4 size, ca. 1920, France

Item# F1 S4736A

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Richard Kendel Violin, 1921, Markneukirchen

Item# F2 S4998A

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Mao Huining Violin 2011 Ann Arbor

Item# F2 S5032

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Mid 19th Century Italian Violin - Mantua Region

Item# F2 S4547A

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Like many makers of the early 19th-century Mantuan school, Giuseppe Dall'Aglio was heavily inspired by the work of Pietro Guarneri, who lived in Mantua from the 1680s until about 1720. He generally used a rather large model with moderate arching and chose high-quality materials. Backs are often of finely grained maple and varnish is of a yellowish brown color. His workmanship is often rough, but individual examples excel in beauty and sound quality.

Scrollavezza & Zanre Master Violin, Replica of Guadagnini 1758, 2013, Parma, Italy

Item# F1 S5104

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Scrollavezza & Zanre Master and Atelier violins and violas are conceived and made with the object of qualitative excellence from an acoustic and artistic viewpoint. Made according to traditional methods, handed down by Italian classical violin-making, considerable detail is given to all aspects of production, including set-up, which is given maximum attention in order to ensure each instrument reaches its full potential. Learn more about: Italian Violin Making Tradition

Robert Penzel Vln Markneukirchen 1922

Item# F1 S5149

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This violin has a strong and brilliant tone, well balanced for both solo and chamber work. A good example from Marneukirchen's golden age in the early to mid 20th century. The back is of two pieces of maple of medium width flame, descending from the center seam. The top is of well defined medium width grain. Red-brown varnish over a golden ground, with pronounced and tasteful shading. Robert Penzel was born in Markneukirchen in 1873. Receiving his training with Otto Schunemann, Penzel then received further training and apprenticeship in France and England. He established himself in Markneukirchen in 1902. Learn more about: German Violin Making Tradition

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