Rose based on Christoforo Cocho c.1635
This rose design is copied from the original by Christoforo Cocho on an 11 course lute currently in the Victoria & Albert Museum in London [1125-1869]
Rose based on Georg Gerle c.1580
This second rose design is based on one in an ivory lute by Gerle in Vienna Kunsthistorisches Museum. This was one of the commonest rose designs of the renaissance period. Although this design seems to speak of the historical links with the lute's origins as an Arabian instrument, the iconographical evidence does not support this as a stylistically continuous descent. More it seems to represent a renaissance interest in Middle-Eastern design.
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Rose based on Harz
The triple rose below is based on the Harz archlute in Edinburgh.
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