Liuteria Calace

The luthier Calace was founded in 1825 by Nicola Calace, guitar builder, and later his son Antonio took over the business, dedicating himself to crafting fine mandolins. The son Raffaele, composer, musician and luthier, defined as The Paganini of the mandolin, carried on the family tradition, winning prestigious international awards. Currently the grandson Raffaele Jr. holds up the name of Liuteria Calace, continuing to build and increasingly improve the instruments that today represent the benchmark for all the musicians in the sector.

Liuteria Calace

Monday through Friday from 9 am to 1 pm and from 2 pm to 6 pm
Vico San Domenico Maggiore, 9, Napoli, NA, Italia - +39 081 5515983 - http://www.calace.it

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