The luthiers at Kremona studio reproduce models of Stradivari and other famous masters or make precise copies of old instruments keeping the genuine individuality of each instrument. The fine approach to detail, perfect varnish and precise selection of well-seasoned wood turns to be their winning formula.
The experience of the master Hristo Nikolov, who graduated from the Institute of Violin-Making in Cremona, Italy and the group of 15 luthiers at Kremona studio, as well as the heritage from the German violin school make for the individuality of our bowed instruments.
There is an old story that Stradivari and Amati used to buy their wood from the majestic Bulgarian Rodopi Mountains. Part of the secret of the Kremona studio instruments lies in the acoustic characteristics of the spruce and maple woods coming from the Bulgarian mountains.
You may choose how to have your instrument finished from the variety of colours, as well as satin or gloss, plain or antique finish!