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Joseph & Antonio Gagliano

Violin made by Joseph and Antonio Gagliano in Naples, Italy, c. 1799. The Gagliano brothers were frequent collaborators. Many of their instruments were made with fine old stock of wood from the Balkan Peninsula. The scrolls of these violins are recognizable for their oval shape, the inner volute which was carved very small in proportion, and an elongated pegbox.

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Joseph & Antonio Gagliano

Naples, Italy

c. 1799

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