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Treble viol after Batista Ciciliano.
String length: 40 cm.


Renaissance treble viol after the painting of Rafaël 'St. Cecilia'.
String length: 40 cm.


Treble viol after the viola d'amore of Johann Geaorg Hellmer Prague 1756, from the collection of the 'Gemeentemuseum Den Haag'.
String length: 38 cm.


Alt viol in G (customer wish) after Henry Jaye.
String length: 52 cm.


Renaissance tenor viol after the painting of Rafaël 'St. Cecilia'.
String length: 60 cm.


Vihuela de arco, built in 2008 and shown at the vihuela symposium during the Early Music Festival Utrecht.
The string length is 55 cm, the tuning is in g, and the instrument can be played either with a flat bridge for chord playing, or with a round bridge for playing polyphonic music.


Fiddle built after 16th century pictures.
This instrument has 5 strings, is tuned in G and has a string length of 56 cm.


Renaissance tenor viol built after Italian examples, with a bent front.
String length: 62 cm.


Viola d'amore after the original instrument of Johann Georg Hellmer, Prague 1756, from the collection of the 'Gemeentemuseum Den Haag'.
It is an example of a smaller type with a string length of 36 cm, and with 7 playing strings and 7 sympathetic strings.

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Treble viol after Batista Ciciliano.
String length: 40 cm.


Renaissance treble viol after the painting of Rafaël 'St. Cecilia'.
String length: 40 cm.


Treble viol after the viola d'amore of Johann Geaorg Hellmer Prague 1756, from the collection of the 'Gemeentemuseum Den Haag'.
String length: 38 cm.


Alt viol in G (customer wish) after Henry Jaye.
String length: 52 cm.


Renaissance tenor viol after the painting of Rafaël 'St. Cecilia'.
String length: 60 cm.


Vihuela de arco, built in 2008 and shown at the vihuela symposium during the Early Music Festival Utrecht.
The string length is 55 cm, the tuning is in g, and the instrument can be played either with a flat bridge for chord playing, or with a round bridge for playing polyphonic music.


Fiddle built after 16th century pictures.
This instrument has 5 strings, is tuned in G and has a string length of 56 cm.


Renaissance tenor viol built after Italian examples, with a bent front.
String length: 62 cm.


Viola d'amore after the original instrument of Johann Georg Hellmer, Prague 1756, from the collection of the 'Gemeentemuseum Den Haag'.
It is an example of a smaller type with a string length of 36 cm, and with 7 playing strings and 7 sympathetic strings.