1697 “Molitor” Stradivarius
This beautiful instrument is a copy of the 1697 “Molitor” Stradivarius. The Molitor was also called Napolean’s violin and was believed to have been owned him at one point of history. The Molitor has a provenance that was from the Golden period of Antonio Stradivarius life and has produced exceptional music over its almost 350 year history.
This fine example by Belcanto Violins Supremo series is handmade from aged maple, it features a one piece back with beautiful details on its ribs neck and scroll with bringing out the wood’s natural fine medium grain. It has a light varnish which highlights the accents on the wood and would be ideal for a soloist who seeks to capture the attention but to never overwhelm a stage.
This Violin is made by a master maker of over 30 years of experience in Violin Making.
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The smooth playability and wide variety of tone colours make it a very fine solo instrument. An exceptional piece indeed. This instrument can be used for a variety of performance requirements and is a wonderfully easy playing instrument. This instrument will be a lifelong companion and will meet the needs of the violinist as they progress as a musician. Fitted with Thomastik Infeld Peter Infeld Strings.
All Belcanto Supremo instruments are sold with individual certificates. Buyers are recommended to choose a violin case or a bow from our collection that reflects their style and preference; these are not included in the pricing.