Dating from around 1725, this violin has the quintessential baroque sound. It would be an excellent choice for an experienced violinist.
This instrument is an accurate baroque reproduction by Jay Ifshin and Haide Lim. Possessing the traditional thicker neck and shorter fingerboard, this is the perfect entry-level baroque violin.
Made in London in 1982 by one of the foremost makers of period instruments. Many players in the major baroque groups perform on Rowland Ross violins.
This violin has been sold.
Nicholas Vasich (1891-1961) was a Yugoslavian maker who settled in Baltimore. This instrument was converted to a baroque set-up in the early 1970s.