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CelloStefano Scarampella, Mantua circa 1910-15
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CelloJean-Baptiste Vuillaume, Paris circa 1853
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CelloAndrea Postacchini, Fermo circa 1810-15
CelloVincenzo Postiglione, Naples c. 1880

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

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
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CelloMarengo Romano-Rinaldi, Turin 1900

Marengo Romano-Rinaldi was born in 1866 in Alba, and died 1926 in Turin Italy. He trained as a woodcarver and was a pupil of Enrico Marchetti in Turin. A businessman…

CelloCarlo de March, Venice 1966
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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…

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CelloNicolas Vuillaume III, Mirecourt c. 1860, “Stentor” model for J.B. Vuillaume
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…

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CelloAndrea Castagneri, Paris 1738
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