Antonius Stradivarius Cremonenfis Faciebat Anno 17 Violin. $ 6 bids. 12 watching. It is missing a string. I see no cracks or repairs. This violin is an antique Antonius Stradivarius model. Made in Germany, over a years nt strings (Thomastik Infeld)It is in a very good. Then she came across a label inside the instrument that said: Antonius Stradivarius Cremonensis; Faciebat Anno “I thought, now is this.

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Number of bids and bid amounts may be slightly out of date. It was his brothers when he was young. This expertise is gained through examination of hundreds or even thousands of instruments, and there is no substitute for an experienced eye.

Da Capo Press, About of these instruments survive today. The Definitive Guide to Classical Antoniks. Ina Venetian banker ordered a complete set of instruments, which he planned to present to King James II of Antoniuz. Retrieved 26 March Archived from the original on 22 June First, he began to make violins with a larger pattern than zntonius instruments; these larger violins usually are known as “Long Strads”. The authenticity of even the most famous Stradivarius violin is up for debate.

For the instruments bearing his name, see Stradivarius. Request Reprint or Submit Correction. Stradivari also made harps, guitars, violas, and cellos–more than 1, instruments in all, by current estimate. Having the privilege to be exposed to Stradivari’s instruments through the Spanish court, he was experienced enough to replace the scroll of a Stradivari cello and possibly even make its back and ribs.


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His first labels were printed from towhich indicates that his work had sufficient quality to be offered directly to his patrons. Antonius Stradivarius Kruse. Vincenzo Panormo was also one of the many luthiers who based many of his violins on Strads. In recent years, it has not been played at all owing to the demands of conservation.

Some researchers antoniuw early instruments by Stradivari bear a stronger resemblance to Francesco Rugeri’s work than Amati’s.

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The New Grove Violin Family. Television programs such as Antiques Roadshow and Storage Wars have encouraged people to see if their junk has value. As the Stradivarius name became well known, imitations and replicas hit the market.

This page was last updated: Many events stradivairus the family’s history testify to the substantial wealth Antonio generated. Treatises on the Life and Work of the Patriarch of the Violinmakers. The violin is approx. Archived from the original on 25 March The experts also say they can spot phony Stradivarius violins from their shapes.

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Boyden, David Dodge, et al. Lutgendorff, Willibald Leo, Freiherr von. Retrieved 14 October CremonaLombardyDuchy of Milan present-day Italy. Highlights of the Ashmolean. It is estimated that Stradivari produced 1, instruments, of which were violins.


Stradivari’s wife Francesca died on 20 Mayand received an elaborate funeral five days later. Dictionnaire universel des luthiers. To put this into perspective, six violins were valued at approximately 1, lire.

Even at the beginning of the 18th century, Stradivari’s influence could be seen not only in the work of Cremonese makers, but also international ones, stradivaarius as Barak Norman’s, one of the first important British makers. His violins is very stable and very playable.

In the interests of conservation, the Messiah Stradivarius violin—on display in the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, England—has not been played at all in recent years.

Cosimo de’ Medici bought another five years later. Three strarivarius children who had joined religious orders were left with their share of inheritance: Included was The Swanthe last violin made by Stradivari, [69] and soloist instrument of the great Cuban 19th-century virtuoso Joseph White.