A fine Italian violin by Iginius Sderci, 1948, Florence.
1948.

Origin: Florence, Italy.

A very fine Italian violin made by Iginius Sderci, Florence in 1948, as indicated on the maker's label. This wonderful maker studied sculpture in Siena prior spending around 14 years from 1917 in the shop of Leandro Bisiach in Milan. Igino Sderci won gold medal at the prestigious Stradivarius Exhibition at Cremona in 1937. Iginio Sderci made a number of excellent instruments for Carlo Bisiach in Florence. This is pure, beautiful example made from fine materials with great care and exceptional skills. The instrument is in excellent state of preservation with a very fine, well balanced charming sound. The length over the back is 35.5 cm.

Measurements: Florence, Italy.

Certificates: A. Gartsman.

Price: on request.

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