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A Violin by Ferdinando Gagliano

Violin by Ferdinando Gagliano, Naples, 1771

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    Full description

    Covered with a lovely golden varnish, this Ferdinando Gagliano violin presents most of the typical characteristics of the Neapolitan school that was consolidated by his own generation: The curved shape of the pegbox, the delicate and small design of the scroll, and the Stradivari model of the body and f-holes, with full but elegant and mild arching. This violin was first purchased by W. E. Hill and Sons around 1916, and since 1928 the violin has remained in the same family. The violin still retains its Hill fingerboard. Currently in a good state of preservation. The Dendrochronology report dates the last ring of the top from 1755. Certificate of Authenticity: Florian Leonhard, 2022

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    Ferdinando Gagliano

    Ferdinando Gagliano was the older of the 3rd generation of the famous Neapolitan violin maker’s family. It is believed that a major part of his studies was conducted by his uncle, Gennaro Gagliano. His instruments are widely recognized for their high-level craftsmanship and tonal qualities. Ferdinando worked in Naples from around the 1750s until 1804, the year of his death. Unlike the other family members, Ferdinando pursued a solo career independent of the family business, eventually coworking with his brothers. Learn more

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      dimensions

      Back Length
      352 mm
      Upper Bout
      163 mm
      Center Bout
      116 mm
      Lower Bout
      205 mm
      String Length
      328 mm

      sound characteristics

      Bright, sweet, and direct

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