Nicola Spoto

Nicola SPOTO mandolin from 1917

Nicola SPOTO worked in two different workshops. The most important is that of Naples but he also worked in 1901 in a workshop near Nizza in France. He worked until 1925.
Its instruments are located between Vinaccia and Calace. He is not as well known as Stridente or De Meglio, in the same range, but his work is nonetheless of just as good quality.
  • Body: 21 rib rosewood
  • Top: Spruce
  • Handle: Beech veneered with rosewood
  • Mechanics: Hidden Neapolitan Mechanics
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Nut width: 25 mm
  • Frets: 23 brass frets
  • Scale: 332 mm
  • Pickguard: Tortoiseshell inlaid with mother-of-pearl
  • Year: 1917
  • Country of manufacture: Italy (Naples)
  • Decorations: Tortoiseshell / Mother-of-pearl / Ebony / Rosewood / Maple and rosewood bindings

The mandolin is perfectly playable. Completely original.

Delivered in its original case.

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