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A Cello by Giuseppe Pedrazzini

Milan, 1906

A pupil of the great Romeo Antoniazzi, Pedrazzini has gained strong recognition and a devoted following thanks to instruments such as this one. An extraordinarily fine example of Italian workmanship, this cello is the quintessential 20th century Italian instrument. The varnish is of particular note, similar in style to the great old Italian makers, with beautiful patina and gentle wear.

Length of back: 76cm

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