David TECCHLER

(c. - 1750)
TECCHLER, David Born circa. 1666 Lechbruck, Füssen Germany, d.c.1747 Rome Italy. The Tecchler family in Füssen were neighbours of the Socher family: Giovanni and Giacomo Socher were recorded as luthiers in Rome c.1650. David Tecchler was himself active in Rome from 1696 where he was probably apprenticed to Alberto Platner. Established from 1698 in the parish of S. Lorenzo in Damaso. From 1699-1711 he was living near the Biagio della Fossa, whilst keeping a separate workshop at 16 Via dei Leutari up until 1703. In 1720 he is found in a different parish, that of SS. Celso e Giuliano, and in 1730 he moved again but within the same parish. The earliest known work is a cello with a manuscript la

£ 552,000
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