Caressa & Francais

Albert Caressa Paris 1922, No.31. Very fine copy of Guarneri del Gesu.

In very good condition. The violin bears the original label and is stamped two times at the inside of the back.

Price on request.

Dante Regazzoni Valsassina 1955. Early work of this great maker from the Bisiach school.

Mint condition.

Price on request.

Romano Gaiani 1999

Romano Gaiani in Ferrara 1999. From the collection of the famous italian violinist Salvatore Greco. The violin bears the original handwritten label.

Franco Forcellini 1978

Franco Forcellini Mantova 1978. Including certificate by Franco Forcellini 1978. Forcellini was the brother in law of Mario Gadda and from 1960 he was his major co-worker. Violins with his own labels are very rare, because most of his violins bears Mario Gaddas labels.

Leistentritt

Josef Leistentritt Wiener Neustadt about 1950. The violin was part of a large collection and is in mint condition.

Price on request. 

Andrea Caccia 2007

Andrea Caccia Mantova 2007. Including certificate by Andrea Caccia 2007. Very beautiful Stefano Scarampella model. Andrea Caccia was pupil of Mario Gadda. The violin is varnished after the original Scarampella varnish recipe.

SOLD

Andrea Caccia 2001

Andrea Caccia Mantova 2001. Including certificate by Andrea Caccia 2001. Very beautiful Romeo Antoniazzi copy. Andrea Caccia was pupil of Mario Gadda.

SOLD

A. Mariotto 1985

Alfredo Mariotto Perugia 1985. B. 1907 d. 1988 in Perugia. Mariotto made this violin in the age of 78 years.

SOLD.

italian violin

North-italian violin probably Cremona about 1980. Including certificate by Matteo Mazzotti 2008. Model after Stradivari. Wonderful italian-poplar back. Mint condition.

SOLD.

Anonymus maker Markneukirchen about 1940. Very fine work. Mint condition.

SOLD

Anonymus maker Mittenwald about1800-1810. Stainer label. Good condition.

SOLD

Franz Baranyai Wiener Neustadt 1972. Excellent violinist and pupil of the violinmaker Josef Leistentritt. The violin was part of a large collection and is in mint condition.

SOLD

Mario Gadda Mantova 1976. Including certificate by Mario Gadda 1996.

Model after Rocca 1915.

SOLD.

Cesare Magrini Bologna 1984. Including certificate by Cesare Magrini 1986.

Model after Augusto Pollastri. Cesare Magrini is one of the most important makers of his time.

SOLD.

Silvio Barbieri Mantova 1998  "Dante". Including certificate by Silvio Barbieri 1998.

One-piece back. Mint condition.

SOLD.

Matteo Mazzotti Cremona 2007. Including certificate by Matteo Mazzotti 2007.

Model after Stradivari 1709. Matteo Mazzotti was pupil of Massimo Negroni. Matteo Mazzotti manufactures his instruments according to the traditional technique of the well-know Luthier's Art of Cremona.

SOLD.

Matteo Mazzotti Cremona 2007. Including certificate by Matteo Mazzotti 2007.

Model after Stradivari 1724. Matteo Mazzotti was pupil of Massimo Negroni. Matteo Mazzotti manufactures his instruments according to the traditional technique of the well-know Luthier's Art of Cremona.

SOLD.

Ernst Heinrich Roth Markneukirchen 1928. Including certificate by Ernst Heinrich Roth 2010. Model after Guarneri del Gesu. Wonderful oil-varnish. Perfect condition.

SOLD.

Sebastian Dallinger Vienna about 1780. Wonderful carved lion-head.

Model based on Stainer. Perfect condition.

SOLD.

Karl Werner Breut Schönbach 1925. Breut worked with Gerog Winterling and is one of the most important makers from Schönbach of his time.

SOLD.

Paul and Franz Szymansky Berlin 1932. Sons and pupils of Heinrich Szymansky. Wonderful model after Guarneri del Gesu. Perfect condition.

SOLD.

Anton Jirowsky Vienna 1927.  Pupil of Thomas Zach. Wonderful selected wood.  Red oil varnish. Mint condition. Very fine example of the viennese school.

SOLD.

Franz Angerer Vienna 1908. Guarneri model. Perfect condition.

SOLD.

More violins up to €2000.- on request. Gladly we will send you a list of the available violins.

Prof. Adalbert Pilch 1917-2004
Prof. Adalbert Pilch 1917-2004