Location: Modena, Italy
Dates: active ca. 1800
Author: John Dilworth
BRAGLIA, Antonio Worked circa. 1800 Modena Italy. Valdrighi praises his bows. Henley refers to violins and double basses of excellent workmanship. Vannes mentions guitars with inlay and decorative arabesques.
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