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Antonio Stradivari
Cremona, 1690
“Theodor”

We are pleased to offer two exceptional violins by Antonio Stradivari

1690
“Theodor”

Throughout the decades of the 1660s, 1670s, and 1680s, Antonio Stradivari largely followed the grand pattern of his presumed teacher, Nicolo Amati. As Amati advanced in age, Stradivari eventually took over his position as the violin maker to royalty and wealthy individuals throughout Europe.

1712
“Viotti, Hottinger, Demanet”

This fine golden-period Stradivari is best known from its illustration in the iconic catalog of Henry Hottinger’s collection, which was published by the Wurlitzer firm in 1967. The earliest notice of the violin, however, is in Charles-Eugène Gand’s 1870 notebook when it was owned by M. Deminet of Liege, Belgium.

Please inquire about other instruments by Antonio Stradivari and Giuseppe Guarneri "del Gesù".

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Antonio Stradivari
Cremona, 1712
“Viotti, Hottinger, Demanet”

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Since relocating from Ithaca, New York in 1994, we have enjoyed our shop in Boston's South End neighborhood. The growth of the firm has now necessitated the expansion of facilities to continue to serve our clients at the very highest level. Our new shop at 419 Boylston Street is ideally located in Boston's historic Back Bay and is just steps from the Boston Public Garden, Newbury Street, and the Arlington Street MBTA station. It houses a dedicated photo studio, expanded trial spaces, and a custom-designed workshop for our renowned luthiers to do their state-of-the-art restoration work. We welcome your visit to our new space and look forward to continuing to serve our valued customers.
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