Neuner & Hornsteiner Violin, Mittenwald, c.1900
This turn of the century German workshop violin provides clarity, favoring the upper registers.
fecit Cremona 1711 JHS
Imitation Neuner u. Hornsteiner in Mittenwald
Back Length: 357mm
Upper Bout: 167mm
Lower Bout: 208mm
The back is of one piece of maple, cut on the quarter, of narrow-width flaming extending downward from left to right. 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.
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Neuner & Hornsteiner Workshop
Established c.1800, the Neuner & Hornsteiner Workshop was one of the oldest violinmaking workshops in Germany, and became one of the largest and most successful producing a wide range of bowed instruments. The workshop continued well into the 20th century, providing quality student instruments as well as some of the highest quality workshop instruments available.