<%@LANGUAGE="VBSCRIPT" CODEPAGE="1252"%> Gianluca Ceccarini, Lute maker - Tarquinia (VT), Italy

Roses for plucked instruments

 


 

Deep parchement rose in 4 levels, 2 layers for each level. Liberally created for guitar.

 
 

Deep parchement rose in 4 levels, 2 layers for each level. After a XVII century guitar by Giovanni Tessler, preserved at the Museo degli Strumenti Musicali Antichi in Rome.

 
 

Deep parchement rose in 4 levels, 3 layers for each level. After a XVII century italian guitar.

 
 

Deep Parchement Rose In 3 Levels, 2 Layers For Each Level. After A XVII Century Italian Anonymus Mandolin, Preserved At The Museum of Music In Paris

 
             guitar rose

Deep Parchement Rose in  6 levels , 2 layers for each level. .  Alexandre Voboam (1676).

 
 
 
 
 
 

Deep parchement rose in 4 levels, 2 layers for each level. After a 1648 guitar by Jacques Dumesnil, preserved at the Museum of Music in Paris.

 

 

vihuela rose vihuela rose

Set of 5 flat parchement roses, in 2 layers. As an alternative, the first layer can be made out of pearwood and the second in parchement, as in the photo. After an anonymus vihuela (Guadalupe) preserved at the Museum of Music in Paris.

 
 

Flat rose, 2 layers: one in pearwood, the second in parchement. After a mandolin by Antonio Monzino, 1792, preserved within the Collection of Musical Instruments of the Scala Theatrical Museum in Milan.

 
 

Flat rose in 3 layers, one in pearwood and two in parchement. The rose in the photo has been treated with a particular aging paint effect. After a guitar by Antonio Stradivari, 1688, preserved at the Oxford Museum.

 
 

Flat rose in 3 layers, 1 in pearwood, 2 in parchement. After an anonymus vihuela, preserved at the Museum of Music in Paris

 
 

Flat rose in 2 layers, pearwood and parchement. After a guitar by Cristoforo Cocho, 1602, preserved at the Museum of Music in Paris.

 
 

Flat rose in 3 layers, 1 in perawood and 2 in parchement. After an anonymus battente guitar preserved at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

 
 

Flat rose in 3 layers, 1 in perawood and 2 in parchement. After a guitar by Matteo Sellas, first half of XVII century, preserved within the Macaulay Collection in Edimburgh

 
 

Flat rose in 3 layers, 1 in pearwood and 2 in parchement. After a guitar by Antonio Stradivari, 1700, preserved at the National Music Museum in South Dakota.

 
 

Flat parchment rose in 2 levels, 2 layers for each level. After a mandolin by Antonio Stradivari, 1680, preserved at the National Music Museum in South Dakota.

 
 

Flat rose in 2 layers. After a mandolin by G. Triolli, 1769, preserved at the Museum of Music in Paris

 
  rosa colascione Colascione Schorn, 1688
  Deep parchement rose
 Sellas baroque guitar
rosa Sellas baroque guitar chitarra barocca

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