George Leondiadis

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The del Gesu owned and played by Paganini "Ill Cannone" The most valuable violin in the world, property of Genoa, Italy, and sometimes, loaned, to worthy violinists.

The del Gesu violin, owned and played by Paganini "Ill Cannone." The most valuable violin in the world, property of Genoa, Italy, and sometimes loaned to worthy violinists.

the 1734 ‘Spagnoletti’ Guarneri ‘del Gesù’ violin

the 1734 ‘Spagnoletti’ Guarneri ‘del Gesù’ violin

Mezzadri, Ferrara C1730

Mezzadri, Ferrara C1730

Halite on Sylvite

Halite on Sylvite

1730c Guarneri Del Gesu Violin "Goldberg-Baron Vitta" from Library of Congress Collection

1730c Guarneri Del Gesu Violin "Goldberg-Baron Vitta" from Library of Congress Collection

Violio | Bartolomeo Tassini | Venezia | 1754

Inaugural February sale of Fine Instruments and Bows - Tarisio

A #violin crafted by #violinmaker Sergio Peresson is available for examination and trial.

Fine Violins for Sale – Italian Violins – Sergio Peresson Violin for sale

Yehudi Menuhin

Thesis Statement, which is based on the five–paragraph essay model. Start your introduction with an interesting "hook" to reel your reader in.

Beautiful archtop guitar shaped mandolin

Beautiful archtop guitar shaped mandolin

topaz | Intense blue topaz from Zimbabwe. PHOTO: Rob Lavinsky, http://www ...

Blue Topaz is commonly found in Brazil and Afghanistan. It helps the throat chakra. It is a wonderful stone for clear communication. It helps balance the body, mind and spirit. It is good for arrogance and obsessive passion.

Amber specimens from the locality are among the oldest fossil resins in the world, they date back to the Lower Cretacious Period, 120 to 130 million years ago. from Golling, Salzburg, Austria Photo: Viamineralia.com Amazing Geologist

Amber specimens from the locality are among the oldest fossil resins in the world, they date back to the Lower Cretacious Period, 120 to 130 million years ago. from Golling, Salzburg, Austria Photo: Viamineralia.com Amazing Geologist