FARINA, Erminio Born 1885, died 1917 Milan Italy. Pupil and successor of Riccardo Antoniazzi. Worked for the Monzino company in Milan. Seems to have often provided his distinctive scroll (a neatly concentric design with a very tapered broad front face and even softened broad chamfer) to instruments with the Antoniazzi label. Classical models with red-brown varnish. Antonio Monzino e Figli / Liutera Artistica di Scuola Cremonese / Gran Premio a diverse Espos. Inter. / Erminio Farina allievo di Raiccardo Antoniazzi / da Cremona fece nell’anno 1910 [Blot II]
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