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CelloStefano Scarampella, Mantua circa 1915
CelloVincenzo Postiglione, Naples c. 1880

Renowned as one of the leading Italian violinmakers of the 19th and early 20th centuries, Postiglione’s work is one of great creativity and productivity. Highly-skilled as a maker of new…

CelloRomeo Antoniazzi, Milan c. 1885

This cello is a very fine example of Romeo’s early work while under the guidance of his father Gaetano in his Milan workshop. The instrument bears its original label and…

CelloOreste Martini, Mantua c. 1940

This cello is a very fine example of early 20th century work from the Mantuan school. As many makers were emulating, if not copying the work of Scarampella, this instrument…

CelloT. Dodd, Covent Garden
CelloCarlo de March, Venice 1966
CelloCaressa & Francais, Paris 1909

This cello was made for the Paris Conservatory and was given to the top student, Anna Nehr, in 1911. There is a beautiful gilt inscription on the back of the…

CelloFrancesco Toto, Cremona 2004

A magnificent example of this well-known maker’s work. The cello is exceptionally beautiful both in conception and workmanship. Its tone is complex and powerful and suitable for the most discriminating…

CelloPaolo Vettori, Florence 2018, Guadagnini 7/8 model
CelloEnglish Cello, London c. 1760

A fine example of English craftsmanship from the 18th century. This well maintained instrument has a fine, robust tone that is both well focused and warm.

CelloMatthew Furber, London c. 1820, 7/8 size

Unlabeled. Photo certificate by Frederick W. Oster, Philadelpia dated August 2002. Length of body is 28-3/4 inches.

CelloW. Theodor Gutermann, Vienna 1862
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