Violin by Enrico Marchetti Turin 1915

Certification: Vatelot-Rampal Paris

Enrico Marchetti (1855–1930) was a well-known violin maker from Turin, Italy. He was born in Milan, and is regarded as one of the finest violin makers of the Guadagnini school.

Marchetti was first taught by Milanese violin makers Bajoni and Rossi. Marchetti later moved to Turin and learned from Antonio Guadagnini.

This violin’s back and ribs are made with beechwood, and very good state of preservation.

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