We are delighted to feature this gorgeous violin by award winning maker, Stefano Gibertoni. This violin is a replica of the famous "Ysaÿe" violin made in 1740 by Guarneri del Gesú.
The tone of this violin is simply to die for: Deep and round throughout, evenly balanced, perfect clarity, nimble response, and powerful projection.
- Belly: Split spruce from Val di Fiemme, medium and regular grain (fell 2014)
- Back: Balkan maple one piece, deep and narrow flame (fell 2012)
- Ribs: Same as back
- Scroll: Same as Back
- Fingerboard: Ebony
- Fittings: European boxwood with ebony accents, from" Bogero e Clemente"
- Total Length: 354mm
- Max width upper bouts: 166mm
- Minimum width of cc bouts: 115mm
- Max width of lower bouts: 205mm
- Quality Oblong Case
- Certificate of authenticity.
Prizes & Awards:
- 1° International Violin Making Competition, 2019, Italy, 1st prize, professional antique violin
- 2017, Malta, best sound, viola
- 2014, Moscow, silver, cello, viola, bronze, violin
- VSA, 2004, silver, violin tone
Learn more about Stefano Gibertoni here: https://gibertoniviolins.co.uk/about/
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