In 1919, Bottali-Roth-Pelitti combined the talents of three established luthiers to form what would become one of Italy’s largest string instrument factories. Located in Milan, Italy, the firm produced many good quality student instruments and bows. Muncher Romedio was the firm’s first director.
Bottali-Roth-Pelitti won gold medals at a variety of expositions throughout the years.
An excellent modern Italian violin. Fine tone and mint condition.
An excellent Italian violin produced by the firm Bottali-Roth-Pelitti circa 1920. The instrument is in near mint condition and has a very strong and sonorous tone. It is labeled: “Pietro…