Antonio Curatoli Violin, 1920, 3/4 Size


Antonio Curatoli was used as a trade name for violins that were likely produced by the E.R. Schmidt company. Curatoli-labeled instruments often copied Amati models and were crafted by skilled makers in Markneukirchen, Germany. Many Curatoli pieces found their way to the United States.

This violin crafted from spruce and flamed maple features a deep-toned reddish-brown varnish. It is a well-made piece that boasts rich resonance and balanced, easy playing.

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