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ԹԵ¹ Paolo Vettori 2011 ç Guarneri Da Mantova
: Paolo Vettori
: VN5201

ԹԵ¹ç Guarneri Da Mantova " CAMELLI" Paolo Vettori Firenze 2011
Top is Italian Sprece From Valdi Fiemme, Valley in North of Italy. One Piece back from Bosnian Maple very fine ,Slap cut with very strong deep large flamm.

Paolo Vettori was born in Firenzuola in 1945, a small city in the Tosco-Romagnolo Appennini mountains and is the fifth-eldest son of Dario (1903-1973), known as "il liutaio della montagna". He started working in his father's workshop at a very early age. In the 1960s Paolo visited Carlo Bisaichs violin workshop with his father and was fascinated by the instruments, models, moulds and charisma of the important master. In the 1970s, he moved to Florence, where he was a frequent visitor and observer at the violin workshops of Lapo Casini and Sderci, where he received precious and important advice. When Giuseppe Stefanini moved from Brescia to Florence in 1986, the two craftsmen became acquainted and a deep, long-lasting friendship developed. Paolo acquired various techniques, models for violin-making and formulae for varnishes exclusive to the Bisiach family, with whom Stefanini collaborated closely for many decades. Paolo has already built more than 300 instruments including violins, violas and violoncellos, employing a great variety of models, many of which came from Carlo Bisiach's workshop, acquired in 1997 after the death of Sderci; the very same moulds and tools that had taken his fascination in 1963 in the violin workshop in Via Puccinotti 94, avoiding in this way their dispersion. Paolo's construction technique and style show strong traces of his father's influence, but also of his immense experience acquired over the years. At this time, he works in his workshop in Via della Dogana with his two sons Dario II and Lapo and his daughter Sofia, everyone signing the instruments with their own labels. Together, the family continues to follow the tradition and the great adventure started by "grandfather Dario" in 1935.In 2005 they celebrated 70 years of violin-making.
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ԹԵ¹ Paolo Vettori 2012 ç Niccolo Gagliano Napoli 1755
: Paolo Vettori
: VN5202

ԹԵ¹ç Niccolo Gagliano Napoli 1755 Paolo Vettori Firenze, 2012
Top: Old Italian Spruce
Back & Side: Old Italian Maple
Formula Stefanini Varnish

Paolo Vettori was born in Firenzuola in 1945, a small city in the Tosco-Romagnolo Appennini mountains and is the fifth-eldest son of Dario (1903-1973), known as "il liutaio della montagna". He started working in his father's workshop at a very early age. In the 1960s Paolo visited Carlo Bisaichs violin workshop with his father and was fascinated by the instruments, models, moulds and charisma of the important master. In the 1970s, he moved to Florence, where he was a frequent visitor and observer at the violin workshops of Lapo Casini and Sderci, where he received precious and important advice. When Giuseppe Stefanini moved from Brescia to Florence in 1986, the two craftsmen became acquainted and a deep, long-lasting friendship developed. Paolo acquired various techniques, models for violin-making and formulae for varnishes exclusive to the Bisiach family, with whom Stefanini collaborated closely for many decades. Paolo has already built more than 300 instruments including violins, violas and violoncellos, employing a great variety of models, many of which came from Carlo Bisiach's workshop, acquired in 1997 after the death of Sderci; the very same moulds and tools that had taken his fascination in 1963 in the violin workshop in Via Puccinotti 94, avoiding in this way their dispersion. Paolo's construction technique and style show strong traces of his father's influence, but also of his immense experience acquired over the years. At this time, he works in his workshop in Via della Dogana with his two sons Dario II and Lapo and his daughter Sofia, everyone signing the instruments with their own labels. Together, the family continues to follow the tradition and the great adventure started by "grandfather Dario" in 1935.In 2005 they celebrated 70 years of violin-making.
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ԹԵ¹ Paolo Vettori 2014 ç Guarneri Dal Gesu
: Paolo Vettori
: VN5205

ԹԵ¹ Paolo Vettori 2014 ç Guarneri Dal Gesu

Top: Old Italian Spruce
Back & Side: Bosnia
Formula Stefanini Varnish

Paolo Vettori was born in Firenzuola in 1945, a small city in the Tosco-Romagnolo Appennini mountains and is the fifth-eldest son of Dario (1903-1973), known as "il liutaio della montagna". He started working in his father's workshop at a very early age. In the 1960s Paolo visited Carlo Bisaichs violin workshop with his father and was fascinated by the instruments, models, moulds and charisma of the important master. In the 1970s, he moved to Florence, where he was a frequent visitor and observer at the violin workshops of Lapo Casini and Sderci, where he received precious and important advice. When Giuseppe Stefanini moved from Brescia to Florence in 1986, the two craftsmen became acquainted and a deep, long-lasting friendship developed. Paolo acquired various techniques, models for violin-making and formulae for varnishes exclusive to the Bisiach family, with whom Stefanini collaborated closely for many decades. Paolo has already built more than 300 instruments including violins, violas and violoncellos, employing a great variety of models, many of which came from Carlo Bisiach's workshop, acquired in 1997 after the death of Sderci; the very same moulds and tools that had taken his fascination in 1963 in the violin workshop in Via Puccinotti 94, avoiding in this way their dispersion. Paolo's construction technique and style show strong traces of his father's influence, but also of his immense experience acquired over the years. At this time, he works in his workshop in Via della Dogana with his two sons Dario II and Lapo and his daughter Sofia, everyone signing the instruments with their own labels. Together, the family continues to follow the tradition and the great adventure started by "grandfather Dario" in 1935.In 2005 they celebrated 70 years of violin-making.
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ԹԵ¹ Sofia Vettori 2013 ç Carlo Testore Milano 1752
: Sofia Vettori
: VN5022

ԹԵ¹ Sofia Vettori 2013 ç Carlo Testore Milano 1752
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Top: Italian Spruce
Back & Side: Italian Maple
Formula Stefanini Varnish

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Թ Sofia Vettori 2011 ç Giuseppe Guarneri del Gesu 1743 Libeccio
: Sofia Vettori
: VN5203

ԹԵ¹ç Giuseppe Guarneri del Gesu 1743 ispirato Al CANNONE Di Paganni "Libeccio" Sofia Vettori Firanze 2011
Top: Italian Spruce
Back & Side: Italian Maple
Formula Stefanini Varnish
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Թ Stefano Conia ç Stradivari 1715 (Emperor) AD. 2013
: Stefano Conia
: VN5028

Թ Stefano Conia ç Stradivari 1715 (Emperor) AD. 2013 (S.Guglielmo)

Stefano Conia was born in Hungary on the 10th January 1946. When young he began studying the violin and became interested in violin-making following the example of his father who has a diploma from the International School of Violin making in Cremona.
After finishing high school and his violin studios in Hungary, he moved to Italy and attended the International Violin-making School in Cremona from 1968 until studying with Maestro Sgarabotto, Maestro Morassi and Maestro Bissolotti.
He returned to the School as a , teacher of school of Violin Making of Cremona for over 20 years, first as expert in varnish and restoration, then also to teach construction as well.
In his workshop, in the heart of the city of Cremona makes his instruments inspired by the models of the classical makers and later using various personal models.
In making his instruments he uses carefully chosen aged wood. The shape and arching are classical and the varnish intense. Each piece of every violin is carefully controlled and perfected according to its acoustic function. Each instruments has its own certificate and guarantee.
Maestro Conia has been awarded many prizes in national and international competitions.
His instruments are recognized and appreciated throughout the world. He is member and founder of the italian association of Violin-makers (ALI) and the European Association (AEL). More detailed information can be found in the Strad magazine of 1976-77-78, in La Bottega dei Miracoli Ed. Stradivari 1982, Liutai Italiani di ieri e di oggi, Arte Liutaria di GioBatta Morassi 1984 and 2000, Dictionnaire Universel des Luthiers 1985, L?tgendorf: Die Geigen und Lautenmacher 1990, A.L.I. Book of Professional Makers 1994 and 2000, Cremonese Violin-Makers of the Late 20th Century of Yasuno Toshitake.
If you are interested in Maestro Conia's instruments valuation please contact action houses such as:
Sothebys - Philips - Bongards - Christie's
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Թ Stefano Conia ç Stradivari 1715 (Cremonese) AD. 2014
: Stefano Conia
: VN5029

Թ Stefano Conia ç Stradivari 1715 (Cremonese) AD. 2014 (Ciclamino)

Stefano Conia was born in Hungary on the 10th January 1946. When young he began studying the violin and became interested in violin-making following the example of his father who has a diploma from the International School of Violin making in Cremona.
After finishing high school and his violin studios in Hungary, he moved to Italy and attended the International Violin-making School in Cremona from 1968 until studying with Maestro Sgarabotto, Maestro Morassi and Maestro Bissolotti.
He returned to the School as a , teacher of school of Violin Making of Cremona for over 20 years, first as expert in varnish and restoration, then also to teach construction as well.
In his workshop, in the heart of the city of Cremona makes his instruments inspired by the models of the classical makers and later using various personal models.
In making his instruments he uses carefully chosen aged wood. The shape and arching are classical and the varnish intense. Each piece of every violin is carefully controlled and perfected according to its acoustic function. Each instruments has its own certificate and guarantee.
Maestro Conia has been awarded many prizes in national and international competitions.
His instruments are recognized and appreciated throughout the world. He is member and founder of the italian association of Violin-makers (ALI) and the European Association (AEL). More detailed information can be found in the Strad magazine of 1976-77-78, in La Bottega dei Miracoli Ed. Stradivari 1982, Liutai Italiani di ieri e di oggi, Arte Liutaria di GioBatta Morassi 1984 and 2000, Dictionnaire Universel des Luthiers 1985, L?tgendorf: Die Geigen und Lautenmacher 1990, A.L.I. Book of Professional Makers 1994 and 2000, Cremonese Violin-Makers of the Late 20th Century of Yasuno Toshitake.
If you are interested in Maestro Conia's instruments valuation please contact action houses such as:
Sothebys - Philips - Bongards - Christie's
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Թ Stefano Conia AD. 2014
: Stefano Conia
: VN5035

Թ Stefano Conia ç Stradivari 1715 (Cremonese) AD. 2014 (GUY)

Stefano Conia was born in Hungary on the 10th January 1946. When young he began studying the violin and became interested in violin-making following the example of his father who has a diploma from the International School of Violin making in Cremona.
After finishing high school and his violin studios in Hungary, he moved to Italy and attended the International Violin-making School in Cremona from 1968 until studying with Maestro Sgarabotto, Maestro Morassi and Maestro Bissolotti.
He returned to the School as a , teacher of school of Violin Making of Cremona for over 20 years, first as expert in varnish and restoration, then also to teach construction as well.
In his workshop, in the heart of the city of Cremona makes his instruments inspired by the models of the classical makers and later using various personal models.
In making his instruments he uses carefully chosen aged wood. The shape and arching are classical and the varnish intense. Each piece of every violin is carefully controlled and perfected according to its acoustic function. Each instruments has its own certificate and guarantee.
Maestro Conia has been awarded many prizes in national and international competitions.
His instruments are recognized and appreciated throughout the world. He is member and founder of the italian association of Violin-makers (ALI) and the European Association (AEL). More detailed information can be found in the Strad magazine of 1976-77-78, in La Bottega dei Miracoli Ed. Stradivari 1982, Liutai Italiani di ieri e di oggi, Arte Liutaria di GioBatta Morassi 1984 and 2000, Dictionnaire Universel des Luthiers 1985, L?tgendorf: Die Geigen und Lautenmacher 1990, A.L.I. Book of Professional Makers 1994 and 2000, Cremonese Violin-Makers of the Late 20th Century of Yasuno Toshitake.
If you are interested in Maestro Conia's instruments valuation please contact action houses such as:
Sothebys - Philips - Bongards - Christie's
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ԹԵ¹ Stefano Conia Jr. ç N.Amati
: Stefano Conia Jr.
: VN5037

ԹԵ¹ Stefano Conia Jr. ç N.Amati

Stefano Conia Jr. was born on January 4, 1973 in Cremona (world's violin capital city).
Since when he was a little child he found himself surrounded, thanks to his father Stefano Conia jr, world-renowned luthier, by the magical lutherie world.
Little Stefano spends a lot of his infancy in the father's workshop, admiringly observing his father at work, playing with tools, touching woods as he wanted to understand their hidden secrets. As a young boy Stefano decides his life will be intermingled to the luthier work forever and, being too young to be allowed to really use the tools of the trade, decides to explore the violin's fascination learning to play it.
His first violin teacher is his father's young student, violinist and luthier which today is a friend and colleague, Marcello Villa, who teaches him the first elements of violin playing.
Afterwards, thanks to his father's work, he gets in contact with many excellent musicians ( Emanuel Hurvitz, M. Nicolescu, ecc.) who will allow him to acquire a good violin ttechnique and above all to refine his concept of sound
The link which connects the Conia family to lutherie starts from very far, both in space and in time.
The first family component to perform this very difficult art, to be a violin builder, is not in fact Stefano's father, but the grandfather, Istvan Konya; he was an exceptional man, who after a difficult life, aged 44, left from Hungary's city Tata to go to Cremona and follow the dream of his passion: to build Violins.
It's in Tata, Hungary, where Stefano, under his grandfather supervision, builds during summer 1987, aged only fourteen, his first three-quarter violin, which will be afterwards varnished in Cremona, in the father's workshop.

1987 is also the year in which Stefano decides, encouraged by his grandfather who had noticed in him promising capabilities, to start attending the International Lutherie School in Cremona. Young Stefano is unstoppable and beyond the normal school engagement he is able to start using the father's workshop to privately build instruments.
During these incredibly productive years, Stefano, helped by M? Giorgio Scolari -his teacher- and by his father, builds his first model Stradivari violin, two altos, two cellos and one pochette, which will be worth a "W.Stauffer" Foundation scholarship for his brilliant prowess and engagement.
He presents his works in some international competitions, as Cremona's Triennale, Bagnacavallo and Baveno, achieving numerous acknowledgements and prizes.
After diplomating with flying colors in 1991, just eighteen he starts his professional career working in his father's workshop, who commissions him his first works. In this period young Stefano reaches a grat technical level and gradually moves away from his father's style, to start researching about his own. Now he tries to explore the work of his future colleague, M? Marcello Villa, whom Stefano feels philosophically more similar.
The military service makes a parenthesis after which the young Conia gets back to Cremona, and starts his proper professional career.
To develop his style more freely Stefano leaves his father's workshop and moves together with the friend Marcello Villa in a beautiful 15th Century Cremonese building at 13, Via San Giuseppe, just near Cremona's Duomo. His continuous research about harmony of lines brings him to stabilize mainly on two Stradivarian models, the Dickson-Poynde 1703 and the Theonville 1698, completing them with a scroll model Sunrise 1696. But his work doesn't stop to a faithful reproduction, but he personalises the lines and taste. A great part of his production is moreover devoted to ancient instrument reproduction, and this will allow him to refine and enlarge his aesthetical horizons.
Maestro Conia's instruments have reached a very high level, the woods used are exceptional, selected thanks to his uncommon skill; the shapes have now morphed into sinuous armonic masterpieces, and the sound is indeed surprising
M?Conia instruments' sound is different from the classic 'brand new', given the smoothness, purity of tone and power delivered.
Since more than fifteen years Stefano Conia works as a professional and his promise is now a noteworthy reality. His violins are at work all over the planet and many musicians of great value appreciate their fine qualities
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ԹԵ¹ Stefano Marzi ç Guarneri Dal Gesu 1734 AD.2014
: Stefano Marzi
: VN5206

ԹԵ¹ Stefano Marzi ç Guarneri Dal Gesu 1734 AD.2014
Stefano Marzi study with Paolo Vettori
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