Violas

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  1. Gliga III Viola Outfit

    Gliga III Viola Outfit

    A$927.00

    The Gliga viola is handcrafted in Romania. Available in sizes of 11 to 16 inches.

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  2. KG 80 Viola Outfit

    KG 80 Viola Outfit

    A$1,465.00

    The very popular and reliable KG instruments are handcrafted using fine maple and spruce with ebony fittings. Ideal for the intermediate level player.

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  3. KG 100 Viola Outfit

    KG 100 Viola Outfit

    A$1,707.00

    The very popular and reliable KG instruments are handcrafted using fine maple and spruce with ebony fittings. Ideal for the intermediate level player.

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  4. German Viola, 16 inch, c.1970

    German Viola, 16 inch, c.1970

    Typical Saxon School unlabelled viola

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 108.

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  5. “Hiroshi Iizuka” model viola by Kae Sato-Goodsell, 15 1/2 inch

    “Hiroshi Iizuka” model viola by Kae Sato-Goodsell, 15 1/2 inch

    This viola was made in Melbourne and is a typical copy of a Iizuka pattern instrument

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 113.

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  6. Herbert Stanley Sampson workshop viola, 15 3/4",  Melbourne 1928

    Herbert Stanley Sampson workshop viola, 15 3/4", Melbourne 1928

    Labelled and stamped as ‘Sampson’ this viola is typical of ‘workshop’ output with its initial construction completed in Germany.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 124.

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  7. Martin Schuster baroque viola, Amersfoort, Netherlands, 1991

    Martin Schuster baroque viola, Amersfoort, Netherlands, 1991

    A sensational viola in ‘baroque’ style, modelled on the Andrea Amati “Compte Vitale” viola.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 80.

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  8. Malcolm Collins viola, 16 1/2 inch, New Zealand 1993

    Malcolm Collins viola, 16 1/2 inch, New Zealand 1993

    Living just out of Wellington, New Zealand, Malcolm Collins originally trained as a boat builder where he developed his fine woodworking skills.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 115.

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  9. Malcolm Collins, 15 inch viola, New Zealand, 2016

    Malcolm Collins, 15 inch viola, New Zealand, 2016

    Living just out of Wellington, New Zealand, Malcolm Collins originally trained as a boat builder where he developed his fine woodworking skills.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 130.

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  10. Rainer Beilharz 16 inch viola, Australia, 2009.

    Rainer Beilharz 16 inch viola, Australia, 2009.

    An international multi-award winning violin maker, Rainer’s instruments are constantly in demand.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 125.

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  11. Emanuel Whitmarsh viola, 16 3/4 inch, London 1900

    Emanuel Whitmarsh viola, 16 3/4 inch, London 1900

    Emanuel Whitmarsh worked in Berwick Street, London from the mid 1850s.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 28.

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  12. Malcolm Collins, 15 1/2 inch viola, New Zealand, 2016

    Malcolm Collins, 15 1/2 inch viola, New Zealand, 2016

    Living just out of Wellington, New Zealand, Malcolm Collins originally trained as a boat builder where he developed his fine woodworking skills.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 129.

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  13. Alfredo G Galea viola, 16 1/4 inch, Durban 1951

    Alfredo G Galea viola, 16 1/4 inch, Durban 1951

    Alfredo G Galea 16 1/4" viola, Durban 1951

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 61.

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  14. 15 1/8” viola Mittenwald, attributed to Jos. Kloz

    15 1/8” viola Mittenwald, attributed to Jos. Kloz

    This lovely small viola is labelled “Rogeri” but is of a much later date and most likely the work of Joseph Kloz.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 131.

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