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The 'Archinto' Stradivari viola, 1696
Tarisio (2016) , No. 11/02/2016

Part of a Stradivari quartet owned by Count Giuseppe Archinto of Milan, this fine contralto viola spent the early 19th century in glittering palazzi.

The 'Pawle, Ben Venuto' Stradivari cello, c.1730
Tarisio (2016) , No. 07/06/2016

The history of one of Stradivari's late 'B piccola' model cellos, and how it acquired its second, curious name.

The 'Lady Inchiquin' Stradivari, 1711
Tarisio (2016) , No. 05/04/2016

Alessandra Barabaschi charts the history of a violin that was owned by Irish aristocrats, mixed up with another Strad and became the center of a dispute between a bank and a soloist.

Stradivari's Medici Quintet, part 3
Tarisio (2016) , No. 01/06/2016

Part 3 of a series about the quintet made by Antonio Stradivari for the Medici family of Florence.

Stradivari Medici Quintet, part 1
Tarisio (2015) , No. 18/11/2015

Part 1 of a series about the quintet made by Antonio Stradivari for the Medici family of Florence.

Stradivari's Medici Quintet, part 2
Tarisio (2015) , No. 02/12/2015

Part 2 of a series about the quintet made by Antonio Stradivari for the Medici family of Florence.

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Cozio is the world’s largest reference resource for buyers, sellers and connoisseurs of fine stringed instruments and bows. Founded in 2003 as a public registry of iconography, provenance and pricing information for historical stringed instruments, Cozio encompasses over 36,000 individual instruments and bows by over 3,500 makers. It is also the most comprehensive online source for maker biographies and provenance information, and contains over 57,000 historical auction prices.

Publisher Tarisio
Country United Kingdom
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