Alessandro Mezzadri


Violin maker
(fl. 1690 – 1740)

Thought to be a professional musician as well as a violin maker, Mezzadri is seen as the founder of the Ferrari school of violin making. His stylish instruments are rare, some featuring an astonishingly high quality of work and materials, and loosely based on an Amati model. Some Maggini-model examples also exist.


Price History

- The auction record for this maker is $134,550 in Oct 2007, for a violin.
- 18 auction price results.

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