A German Da Salo Violin, Circa 1900
Modest, yet unarguably attractive, this approximately 120 year old violin corroborates a convincing interpretation of the Da Salo pattern and was clearly made a single hand, in stark juxtaposition the more common variety of similarly ‘attributed’ commercial fiddles. No, this is a cut above the rest, from the long, slender, and shapely f-holes to the well sculpted scroll which stops a volute short in the traditional nod to the early Brescian school. It’s voice is as boisterous as it is generous, proving a good companion for any musician seeking an instrument in this price range. Have a listen, and schedule a trial by contacting us today!