Violin by Antonio Gragnani Livorno 1771

Maker: Antonio Gragnani

Antonio Gragnani (1740—1794) was an Italian violin maker. Some sources claim he has studied in Florence, Italy, although his craftsmanship style differed from that of other 18th century Florentine makers. He worked in the city of Livorno, his home town in the region of Tuscany, between the years of 1765 until his death, a seaside location that offered him materials needed in violin-making process.

Year: 1771

Body Length: 353mm

Certification: Vatelot- Rampal Paris

It preserved so well. All original and has beautiful state of preserving. It is definitely finest example of Antonio Gragnani. Comes with Vatelot-Rampal certificate.

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