Instruments

In our shop we offer violins, violas, and cellos in all sizes and price categories. We have a great selection of instruments for both students and master works for professional use.

 

 

 

 

  Violins:

Student violins, starting at 490€ (1/32 - 4/4), e.g.:  "Stainer" model (Markneukirchen, Germany), "Ling" model (China, customized at our workshop);   "Leeb School" (Hungary around 1800).

1000 - 3000€, e.g.:  saxon pieces  around 1880;  József SPITZ (Ujpest 1935);  J.H. SCHULT (Lübeck ca. 1915);  Gyula CSISZÁR (Miskolc ca. 1930)

3000 - 5000€, e.g.:  HORNSTEINER (Mittenwald around 1800); Antoine Mari RICHELME (Marseille 1880); Hermann KIEDERLE (Coburg 1958).

5000 - 10000€, e.g.:  János RACSINSKY (Budapest around 1930);  Carl ZACH (Vienna 1896);  J.B COLLIN-MEZIN (Paris 1911);  Peter BENEDEK (Munich 1967);  Nicolas AINE (Mirecourt around 1880).

Starting at 10000€, e.g.:  Joseph KANTUSCHER (Mittenwald 1967);  GAND & BERNARDEL (Paris 1879);  Romeo ANTONIAZZI (Cremona 1909);  Raffele Antoni GAGLIANO (Naples around 1835). 

Every historic master instrument of our selection comes with a certificate.

 

  Violas:

Student Violas (280 - 417mm) starting at 680€ up to 1450€, e.g.:  Helmut MEYER (Tennenlohe around 1986);  CHU (China, customized at our workshop).

6500 - 1000€, e.g.:  Antoine Mari RICHELME (Marseille 1869);  Leo ASCHAUER (Mittenwald 1961);  Vladimir PILAR (Hradec Králové 1967).

Starting at 10000€, e.g.:  Géza VADON (Budapest 1940);  Sympertus NIGGELL (Füssen ca. 1780);  SYLVESTRE et MAUCOTEL (Paris 1904). 

 

  Cellos:

Student cellos starting at 670€ (1/32 - 3/4), e.g.:  Otto Jos. KLIER (Bubenreuth 1990).

1000 - 5000€ (4/4), z.B.:  Johann Augustin WAGNER (Nürnberg 2002);  Roderich PAESOLD (Bubenreuth around 1993);  Klaus Ludwig CLEMENT (Leipzig 2012).

5000 - 10000€, z.B.:  MAGGINI model (Saxon around 1900);  GILL (Bubenreuth 2013).

10000 - 20000€, z.B.:  Rainer W. LEONHARDT (Mittenwald 1998);  Stephan TEICHMANN (Munich 2006);  Karl Heckel (Donauwörth 1963).

Starting at 20000€, z.B.:  Mario GADDA (Mantova 1987);  Martin DIEHL (Mainz around 1800);  Giovanni SCHWARZ (Venice 1896);  Jean Baptiste VUILLAUME (Paris 1846).