Rainer Leonhardt Violin, No. 95
A beautiful, powerful violin, with a bold yet refined bearing, a perfect representative of Leonhardt's work. Beautifully flamed tonewoods, curated in the Leonhardt workshop, with a very high level of workmanship. Italian-style varnish in a distinctive reddish amber over a golden ground, with a lustrous finish. Big, seamless wound with layers of tonal colors, enabling a broad range of artistic expression.
1-Year Limited Warranty
This item comes with Shar's 1 year warranty covering defects of workmanship or materials. General wear and tear or mis-use are not covered. Non-transferable.
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Rainer W. Leonhardt
The Leonhardt Workshop, producing quality bowed instruments since 1926, is situated in the small town of Mittenwald. This center of South German lutherie has a 350 year tradition of violin making. The Leonhardt workshop has graduated from its humble beginnings to an atelier of master craftsmen. Shop founder Anton Dietl was succeeded by his son-in-law Wilfried Leonhardt – himself son Mittenwald luthier Fritz Leonhardt (plucked instruments). Wilfried Leonhardt has in turn been followed by his own son, master luthier Rainer W. Leonhardt (1997). Considering Rainer W. Leonhardt's passion for excellent craftsmanship, it comes as no surprise that he is also manager of the renowned Mittenwald Museum of Violin Making.
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