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Virzi Brothers, Violin, c.1925, New York

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Virzi Brothers, Violin, c.1925, New York

Brothers Giuseppe and Giovanni Virzi of Palermo, Italy, emigrated to New York in 1913 where they established a workshop together. They were best known for innovating ideas to improve the tonality of acoustic instruments, namely the “Virzi Tone-Producer”, which was attached to the bass-bar, and are typically removed. This Stradivari model is typical of their higher-end work and is perhaps the model referred to in their catalogue as the “Virzi Type”. The handsome two-piece maple back is of attractive medium curl ascending from the center joint. The two-piece spruce table is of fine grain. The varnish is a red color over a golden ground. Measurements: Length of Back: 357 mm, Upper Bouts: 163 mm, Middle Bouts: 110 mm, Lower Bouts: 207 mm.

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Virzi Brothers, Violin, c.1925, New York

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Virzi Brothers, Violin, c.1925, New York

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