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Violin RECOMMENDED

Annibale FAGNOLA

Turin / Italy
1931
Modern Italian

Annibale FAGNOLA

Turin / Italy
1931
Modern Italian

Size:
4/4
Price:
ASK

Price includes consumption tax in Japan (10%)

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Certificate:
Gianni Acconerro
Features:
Modern Italian Violin at its Finest - A Potential “Le Messie” of Fagnola
Annibale Fagnola (1865-1939) was the most prominent of all modern Italian violin makers. In a typically Italian fashion, it comes with a sensuous shape with a coat of lustrous varnish. With its superb acoustic character that enables the instrument to sing with passion, Fagnola’s violins boast an immense popularity in Japan.
This time, we obtained this piece of work that ought to be referred to as Fagnola’s ‘Le Messie’*3, in mint-condition from the world renowned string instrument collector, Mr Gianni Acconero.
This 1931 made violin has managed to be preserved in an astonishingly impeccable condition. It has never been opened, and its varnish remained intact from the day it was made. Its projection is flawless and it has a slightly warmer tone compared with the other Fagnola’s works.
With its great potential in its investment value as a collector’s piece, we highly recommend it for a trial.

*3 The most well-preserved Stradivarius in the world. It is known as the Messiah, and is displayed at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, UK.

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