Italian violin by Riccardo Genovese, 1926 Montiglio.

Italian violin made by Riccardo Genovese in 1926, Motiglio. Riccardo was a pupil of Annibale Fagnola, also a maker of instruments for his master. Riccardo Genovese work, as a representation of great Turin school, is interesting and well respected worldwide by musicians and collectors. This particular instrument was inspired probably by Pressenda model and remains in all original, pure and excellent state of preservation. The violin is recommended to a fine and demanding musician or a collector.

Additional information

Country of Origin

Turin, Italy

Maker

Riccardo Genovese

Price Range

$50,000 – $100,000

Year

1900 – 1950

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