Only a few musicians can afford a masterpiece of the golden period of italian violinmaking. This doesn't mean having to give up one's dream of an excellent sounding instrument. Many blindtests
have been made to compare old Italian and good modern instruments, and they show us that a brand new violin can sound as good as a 300-years-old one.

The studying of golden period violins has yielded information and knowledge, that is now used by instrument makers in their workshops.

It's a matter of taste whether one wants an old looking instrument or a modern looking one. Fascination for antiqued violins is just as understandable as a liking for glossy new varnish.

Patina brought to the surface of a violin brings a beautiful extra aspect which strikes ones eye by the first look.


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