A mashup of Gaglianos. Joseph Gagliano and Raffaele & Antonio Gagliano. This should be one of the easier ones to id… https://t.co/P8ZKFKUQWp
Instrument Type: Violin
Bow Type: —
Year: circa 1920s
Maker: Giorgio Gatti
Description: Arriving in Turin in 1890, it is likely that Enrico Marchetti himself guided Giorgio Gatti in the art of violin making. Though studying in the Piedmontese tradition of Pressenda and his fellow predecessors, Gatti showed no hesitation in deviating from the style and and adding his own personal touch to instruments. This particular violin is currently in excellent condition and labeled: “Pressenda”. The workmanship is of the highest Italian standards and follows a flattish, Stradivari modeling. Tonal qualities are superb and produces a rich, powerful sound. Certified by Chris Reuning Back length: 35.5 cm.