Attributed Tyroleon 18th century Cello with attributes to the Stainer School.
Tyrolean origin, made circa early 18th Century.
The instrument is a full size Violoncello.
The top table is a two-piece plate of fine vertical grained spruce.
The back table is a two-piece plate of slightly flamed poplar.
The ribs are of matching character to the back table.
The scroll is in our opinion, of Stainer influence being a lions head carved scroll design, with a moderately figured maple neck graft.
The color of the varnish is a deep, brownish amber.
The instrument is labeled with, “Jacobus Stainer” within.
It has been fully restored and offer a very lush projecting tonal quality.. quite exceptional for all genres of performance.
Overall Body Length: 72.6 cm
Width across the upper bout of top table: 34 cm
Width across the center bout of top table: 24.3 cm
Width across the lower bout of top table: 42.7 cm