The Cello Once Hit By a Train

This is an instrument with an exceptional story. Built in Germany in the late 1800s, it was sent to New Zealand sometime prior to 1911. In the late 1920s it was involved in a car-train collision. Usually this would be enough to write off an instrument, but since it was the depression, and fine instruments were not readily available, it was painstakingly restored.

It has since been through the hands of many luthiers, most of whom have signed their work. We can see signatures inside from 1911, 1930, and 1988, documenting generations of repairs from New Zealand craftsmen.

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Hand crafted museum-quality prints on Hahnemühle Fine Art paper. Each print presents outstanding reproduction of colour and detail, lasting up to 200 years.

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Acrylic Prints

Acrylic prints shine beautifully, displaying the full depth and sharp detail of each photo. Each prints is handcrafted with care using the highest quality materials. Premium quality acrylic glass sheets protects each print from dust, scratches, and UV.

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Aluminum Dibond Prints

Dibond prints extremely light-weight, so they are well-suited for large format and art pieces. The finished print is matte and glare-free, with highly saturated colours, even in large monochrome areas.

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