I'm a maker of violins, violas and cellos, and also specialize in sound adjustments. I'm also researching, teaching & writing about classic lutherie techniques. Graduate of The Violin Making School of America, Salt Lake City, USA, under Peter Paul Prier. Luthiers and shops I have worked with includes Samuel Zygmuntowicz, Brooklyn, and Christopher Reuning of Reuning & Son violins, Boston. For more information check out the links below. Enjoy!
Telephone: +46 708755318
Address (Map): Pålsundsgatan 6, 11731 Stockholm, Sweden By Appointment only
Web shop: Zethelius Violins
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Sometimes, but not always violin related content. When I publish a photo I usually do it in Instagram.
Articles featured in The Strad magazine:
In August 2006 I published my theory for how the Cremonese (and all the Italian violin makers really) worked their archings. Not from the outside, as is the modern practice, but from the inside with the use of a chain. It stirred quite a controversy in the violin making community. Since then a growing number of makers use my 'inside first' method.
The best of the classic makers had a special method for finding harmonic relationships in their scroll carving.
Antonio Stradivari's only surviving template for a cello corner is an important clue as to how the instruments were made. Here I show how I make my own corner templates inspired by Stradivari.