Carlo Bisiach Violin
Made in Florence Italy, circa 1927 and bears the original makers label within
Top table is two-piece sectional plate of medium vertical grain spruce at the center section, with grain broadening at outer flanks of the top.
Back table is one-piece plate of maple cut on the partial slab displaying medium figure
Ribs of matching character maple to that of the back table.
Original neck and scroll of moderately flamed maple
Varnish is deep reddish amber color with amber brownish hues
Comments: An amazing example of Carlo Bisiach workmanship in mint condition with a most impressive projection and depth of tonal qualities in all registers.
- Overall body length: 355 mm.
- Width at the upper bout: 165 mm.
- Width at the center bout: 114.3 mm.
- Width at the lower bout: 203.4 mm
This fine Bisiach Violin is accompanied by certification from:
Kenneth Warren & Son, Ltd
Samuel Kolstein & Son, Violinmakers