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Violin by Ivan Petrovitsch, Moscow, ca. 1880-1900

NMM 1298.  Front of violin by Ivan Petrovitsch, Moscow, ca. 1880-1900 NMM 1298.  Treble side of violin by Ivan Petrovitsch, Moscow, ca. 1880-1900 NMM 1298.  Bass side of violin by Ivan Petrovitsch, Moscow, ca. 1880-1900 NMM 1298.  Back of violin by Ivan Petrovitsch, Moscow, ca. 1880-1900

NMM 1298. Violin by Ivan Petrovitsch, Moscow, ca. 1880-1900. Handwritten paper label in black ink, the label and inside of violin stained brown: Ivan Petrovitsch / Mosco. "Russian" model. Body: guitar-shaped with curved ribs; very narrow center bouts. Top: two-piece, quarter-cut spruce, fine grain. Back: one-piece, quarter-cut maple with prominent, very narrow curl, ascending from treble to bass; scored mark near endpin indicating center position. Ribs: two-piece, quarter-cut maple with very faint, very narrow curl; first bent to guitar-shape, then carved to a curved shape on the inside and outside and linings added. Arne B. Larson Collection, 1979.


Soundholes of Russian violin

Soundholes of violin by Ivan Petrovitsch, Moscow, ca. 1880-1900


Front view of scroll on violin by Ivan Petrovitsch, Moscow, ca. 1880-1900 Back view of scroll on violin by Ivan Petrovitsch, Moscow, ca. 1880-1900

Side view of scroll on treble side of violin by Ivan Petrovitsch, Moscow, ca. 1880-1900 Side view of scroll on bass side of violin by Ivan Petrovitsch, Moscow, ca. 1880-1900

Views of the scroll on the Ivan Petrovitsch violin

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