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Hardanger Fiddle Date: 1786 Geography: Norway Culture: Norwegian Medium: Wood, mother-of-pearl, bone Dimensions: Overall: 62 cm (24 7/16 in.) Classification: Chordophone-Lute Credit Line: Purchase, Frederick M. Lehman Bequest, 2008 Accession Number: 2008.268

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Fiddles are kept in beautifully decorated wooden boxes. (I did not know that, and i have a Hardanger Fele, and normal violins. This looks almost like a childs coffin! Perhaps this type of violin case is New? Thanks. I want to see one :-D