Johann Udalrichus Eberle (b. 1699 in Austria, d. 1768 in Prague) was an apprentice of Thomas Edlinger III, based in Prague. Eberle established his own shop in 1727, where he was prolific and versatile in his output of instruments. He is considered one of the most important makers of the 18th century Prague school.
This cello, built around 1740, is a prime example of Eberle's distinctive style and use of the finest materials.
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