Small Violins, Violas, Cellos & Bows

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ViolinLorenzo Storioni, Cremona 1784

This is an exceptional example of this great maker’s work. It is known as the “Ex-Curtis Institute”. Certificates by W.E. Hill & Sons, London and William Moennig & Son, Philadelphia.

ViolinCarlo Tononi, “ex-Butterworth,” Venice 1735

This is a very fine concert instrument with slightly smaller dimensions. Even though the body length is just 352 mm, the tone is still large and powerful. The instrument is…

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ViolaEnrico Politi, Rome 1942 (15 3/4″/ 40cm.)
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ViolinCarlo Ravizza, Milan 1929 (7/8 size, 33.9 cm.)
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.

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CelloHristo Todorov, Cremona 2020, Guadagnini 7/8 model
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ViolaTheodore Skreko, Indianapolis 2015; in the style of Gasparo da Salo (15 7/16″/ 39.2 cm)
ViolaEduard Francais, Lille c. 1820 (15.4″)
ViolaEnglish, labeled Storioni, c. 1790 (38.9 cm./ 15 5/16″)

Labeled “Laurentius Storioni fecit. / Cremonae anno 1790”, this viola possesses a broad, well focused and colorful tone.

ViolaRobert M. Childs, Boston 1993 (15.75″)

Beautifully made using the finest materials available, violin maker Robert Childs has created a masterpiece in tone production.

ViolinAnton Knilling, Mittenwald 1768 (7/8 size)

This fine violin, made over 250 years ago, is in very good condition. It has a fine, full and rich tone with warmth and sweetness. An excellent violin for the…

ViolinPaul Bailly, Paris c. 1880 (1/2 Size)
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