It is only recently that any evidence has been uncovered to suggest that Zosimo Bergonzi made violins. Usually he has been viewed as an important linking figure in the Cremonese tradition between his father Carlo and sons Nicola and Carlo ...Read More II. In any case, any bowed string instruments that could be attributed to him would likely be of an amateur nature. The only existing example definitely by him is a child's violin from 1775, which shows a good choice of materials and ample skill.
- The auction record for this maker is $234,000 in May 2011, for a violin. - 1 auction price results.