Czech Violin ca. 1920’s
Bears the label:
Model Laurentius Guagdagnini 1745
Made in what is now the Czech Republic in the early part of the 20th century, this instrument is equivalent to violins made in Germany during this time period. Constructed of superb European woods (highly flamed maple and straight-grain spruce) and tastefully finished, this violin presents a handsome appearance. The elegant arching of the top plate aids in producing powerful tones with good sustain. If you are looking for an instrument with clear, smooth sounds and great response, take a look at this beauty.