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Just in case it wasn't clear, this is a Gaetano Gadda. Someone's worried about…

Just in case it wasn't clear, this is a Gaetano Gadda. Someone's worried about being recognized for his work.

Pietro Giovanni Guarneri 'Of Mantua'  (1685)  A Violin Mantua, 1685  Labelled Petrus Guarnerius Cremonensis filius Andreæ fecit Mantuæ sub tit. Sanctæ Teresiæ 1685  Length of back: 35.4 cm

Pietro Giovanni Guarneri 'Of Mantua' A Violin Mantua, 1685 Labelled Petrus Guarnerius Cremonensis filius Andreæ fecit Mantuæ sub tit. Sanctæ Teresiæ 1685 Length of back: cm

Pietro Giovanni Guarneri 'Of Mantua' (1685) A Violin Mantua, 1685 Labelled Petrus Guarnerius Cremonensis filius Andreæ fecit Mantuæ sub tit. Sanctæ Teresiæ 1685 Length of back: 35.4 cm

Pietro Giovanni Guarneri 'Of Mantua' A Violin Mantua, 1685 Labelled Petrus Guarnerius Cremonensis filius Andreæ fecit Mantuæ sub tit. Sanctæ Teresiæ 1685 Length of back: cm

PIETRO GUARNERI II, Venice, c. 1745, “Pennington” | Bein Fushi

deceptivecadenza: Violin by Camilli, Camillus (Mantua,

Violino | Giovanni Battista Gabrielli | Firenze | 1750

Giovanni Battista Guadagnini, Violin, , the 'Schwalbe'

Antonio Stradivari - Violin Cobbett - Cremona (1683)    I personally believe that musical instruments like these are certainly works of art.

Antonio Stradivari, Cremona, "Cobbett" Length of back: cm Upper bouts: cm Middle bouts: cm Lower bouts: cm

GENNARO GAGLIANO Naples, c. 1755 | Bein Fushi

Sacconi viola from made a few years before he left Rome for New York to work for Emil Herrmann. Sacconi's copies are some of the finest ever produced – yet his work is still clearly recognisable as his own