Antonio Stradivari, Cremona, c. 1730, the 'Vaslin Composite'


Cello: 78592

Widened at the center joint from original narrow form.

Top: By John Lott

Length of back: 75.0 cm


Notes:

This cello was widened at the center joint from its original narrow form and the top was made by John Lott in the 19th century. The original top is presumed to be on the Scholz cello.

How Many Strads?, Doring, Bein & Fushi, Doring, Bein & Fushi, Bein & Fushi, Chicago, 1999

Provenance

- Luigi Tarisio
- Sold by Jean-Baptiste Vuillaume
until 1859 Professor Olive-Charlier Vaslin
from 1859 Monsieur Horteloup
- Lenepveu de Lafont
in 1909 Sold by Albert Caressa
... ...
in 1958 Maurice Ben Stad
... ...
in 1982 Sold by Bein & Fushi, Inc
from 1982 Kristi Bjarnason
until 1998 Anonymous Japanese Owner
1998 - 2011
in 2011 Sold by Darnton & Hersh
from 2011 Current owner

References

  • How Many Strads?

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