1. Amati - Wikipedia

    Amati is the last name of a family of Italian violin makers, who lived at Cremona from about 1538 to 1740. Their importance is considered equal to those of the Bergonzi, Guarneri and Stradivari families. Today, violins created by Nicolò Amati are valued at around $600,000.

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  2. Instrument Auctions, Valuations, and Exhibition - Amati

    • Who is Amati? We are a small, hardworking and friendly team of six, combining years of experience in the stringed instrument sector, distinguished London auction house, Christie’s...

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  3. Amati Cars - Wikipedia

    Amati was a luxury marque planned by Mazda in early 1992. It was to begin selling in late 1993, challenging Acura, Infiniti, and Lexus in North America. This would have followed Mazda's diversification in the Japanese market in the late 1980s with the launch of the Autozam, Eunos, and ɛ̃fini marques...

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  4. Nicola Amati - Wikipedia

    Nicola Amati or Nicolò or Nicolao (3 September 1596 – 12 August 1684) was an Italian luthier from Cremona. Nicola Amati was the fifth son of Girolamo Amati and the grandson of Andrea Amati, the founder of the Amati family of violin makers.

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  5. Amati - Amati Spa - Ship Models, miniatures, modeling tools

    • Amati. From pirate ships to the Titanic, yachts, power boats and even submarines.
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  6. Giovanna Amati - Wikipedia

    Giovanna Amati (Italian pronunciation: [dʒoˈvanna ɑ.mɑ.ti]) (born 20 July 1959) is a former professional racing driver from Italy. She is the last female driver to have entered the Formula One World Championship.

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  7. Amati

    • Andrea Amati was succeeded by his sons Antonio Amati (born ca. 1550) and Girolamo Amati (1551-1635). "The Brothers Amati", as they were known, implemented far-reaching innovations in...

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  8. Andrea Amati - Wikipedia

    Andrea Amati was a luthier, from Cremona, Italy. Amati is credited with making the first instruments of the violin family that are in the form we use today. According to the National Music Museum in Vermillion, South Dakota: Several of his instruments survive to the present day...

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  10. Amati - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Amati is the name of a family of Italian violin makers. Between about 1549 to 1740 they made some of the most wonderful violins that were ever produced. They worked in Cremona in Italy, the town which is famous for violin making. famous member of the family was Andrea Amati who was born some time...

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