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JANUARY 20, 2018    


>> Instrument Details

Type: Violin
Description: A golden-brown violin with a two-piece back. Labelled "Antonious & Hieronymus Fr. Amati Cremonen. Andre fil. F. 1618." In case. The Bernardel certificate indicates that this instrument was once in the possession of Camillo Sivori (1815-1894) who used to play on it the Introducion and Variations from Rossini's "Mose" composed by his teacher, Paganini. Hills note in their work on Stradivari (p. 260 & 261) that Dragonetti owned a violin by the brothers Amati which was bequeathed to Sivori in Dragonetti's will.

Maker: Amati, Antonio & Girolamo
Place of Origin: Cremona, Italy
Circa: 1620

Authenticity Status: Sotheby's "by"
Certificate Author: Gustave Bernardel & Hug & Co., Zurich
Date of Certificate: May 02, 1899


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