Umberto Ceccherini

  • Good Condition
  • Year: circa 1882
  • Includes Hard Shell Case
  • Serial #: 1802


Intermediate-grade Neapolitan style mandolin by Italian master Umberto Ceccherini of Naples, that was sold by Alban Voigt & Co., London; original signed label intact. Body constructed w/ rosewood ribs and skirt, with spruce top (trimmed in cypress); inlaid tortoise pickguard w/ pearl engraving; several repaired top cracks present; original tailpiece and set in string post guides. Rosewood neck w/ ebony fingerboard, grafted rosewood peghead w/ recessed/engraved tuners; neck has some forward relief but plays well; some minor fretwear also present. Included in sale is later hard case

Was: $1250.00

Now Only: $799.00

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