My approach to inventory is one I learned from my father.  It may sound simple, but it is based upon acquiring characteristic examples by well known makers. Quality over quantity.  I believe in offering instruments and bows that I would want to own myself, with a forward looking lens knowing that once they pass through my hands it is my responsibility to see that they are well taken care of and that they perform at their best.

The following is a glimpse at some of the current inventory for sale.  If you do not see what you are looking for, please inquire the inventory changes frequently and many items for sale are not published due to the discretion of our clients.


Detailed images of the 'Blagrove' Omobono Stradivari


The original, undisturbed Stradivari label within the 'Blagrove'  

The beautiful one piece back of the 'Blagrove' covered in reddish-brown varnish 

The exceptional corner and edgework of a Keisuke Hori violin

An extremely rare gold and tortoiseshell violin bow by James Tubbs engraved for August Wilhelmj


A violin made by G.B. Guadagnini

The original scroll of a rare cello by Giovanni Grancino of Milan 

A near perfect example of Stefano Scarampella, Mantova, 1916


A gold and tortiseshell violin bow made by Victor Fetique for the 1925 Paris Exposition


A rare and powerful Romeo Antoniazzi cello modeled after Stradivari's 'Forma B' cellos bearing its original label