Violin with metal tub. The bottom and top sheets are glued together from two pieces of wood - each. A double line runs around the deck. On the upper deck there are two symmetrically 'f' shaped holes. The bridge's feet leg are made of raw wood. A metal tube that amplifies the sound is attached
to the back of the violin at a height of 10 cm from the upper fret. It is made of brass sheet.


  • Title: Violin with metal tube
  • Creator: Unknown
  • Date Created: 1900/1980
  • Location Created: Poland
  • Physical Dimensions: h. 592 mm w. 163 mm - 204 mm th. 39 mm trumpet dia 122 mm
  • Type: instrument
  • Medium: wood, horsehair, metal

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