Musicians fascination with Cremonese Violins has never wavered. Its good reputation to constantly produce fiddles that work doesn’t change. Regardless of what wood they use, it is the approach to its manufacture and philosophy that makes the difference. Ceruti was a new breed of maker, post Stradivari era, which created a sense of purpose for the Cremona violin making in the 1850.
This violin exhibits the traits of Ceruti though we couldn’t really make out who made it but it has the clarity and warmth typical of an Italian Violin.
Available at Tong Ming Xi Commonwealth Workshop