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Cremonese Replicated Violin Series
 
Cremonese violins, from the 17th and 18th centuries, made by Antonio Stradivari and Giuseppe Guarneri Del Gesu in Northern Italy, only survive in a small numbers and each of which is worth millions of Euros. With their superb appearance, resplendent oil varnish, sweet yet penetrative tone, Cremonese stringed instruments have become the most desired masterpieces of numerous soloists and orchestral musicians.

Starting from the 19th century, Cremonese stringed instruments were reproduced by French, German, and American luthiers, each valued at hundreds of thousands of Euros.

Eight years ago, our company started to emulate Cremonese stringed instruments skillfully according to the Cremonese models, acquiring recognition and achievement in the market. With the well-chosen original grained wood, the authentic crafting style of the curved appearance, the revived antiqued varnish, the traces left on the varnish, and the dulcet sound, the tonal characters of the instruments made by the classic masters reappear. The Cremonese Replicated Violin Series is built with unique characteristics, making them more playable, appreciable and valuable.


 
 
Canon 1743
Krelsler 1730
Glbson 1734
Heifetz 1740
Lord Wilton 1742
Soil 1714
Ysaye 1740
Simpson 1777
 
 
The models of the Cremonese Replicated Violin Series are available as follows:
Violin: Bourrée 600E、600ES、800E、800ES、Fanfani FMC100、850E、900E、1000E
Viola: Bourrée 600E、600ES、800E、800ES、Fanfani  FMC100、850E、900E、1000E
Cello: Bourrée 600E、600ES、800E、800ES、Fanfani FMC100、850E


 
 
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