” Violin inspired by a 1686 model by Francesco Rugeri from Cremona known as “Il Per” Violin maker (c. 1628 – 1698), contemporary luthier of Amati, both from Cremona.
A more delicate style can be recognized in the slimmer profile, predating the shapes of later Cremonese instruments such as those of Antonio Stradivari.
It has a soft and delicate character also in “effe” holes and in the scroll.
Agile and light violin.”
Violin inspired by Francesco Rugeri
Oil varnish orange yellow “antichizzata”
Particular sign: Fiber deflection on the upper board on the top, treble side.
Lenght of the body: 35,4 cm
Diapason instrument: 326 mm
Max top width: 16,5 cm
Min width at cc bouts: 11 cm
Max lower width: 20,2cm
Top: Val di Fiemme spruce, quarter sawn, two jointed parts. Medium grain
Back: Flamed Balkanian maple, quarter sawn, two jointed parts, narrow grain, medium flame
Head and ribs: flamed Balkanian maple, regular grain, regular flame