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7/6 flatback Viola d'amore
Tomas Knot, Czestochowa, Poland, 2000

The above instrument is a modern build, most likely after an Eberle model. It has seven playing strings, six sympathetic strings, the typical rosette and flaming sword sound holes.

Details of the pegbox and carving showing a blindfolded head.

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