Restored; Francesco Perretta mandolin from Naples. It needed a new fretboard (rosewood) fitted at a new angle to recover the action due to neck joint warp, a crack in the back closed, the top cleaned and oiled and a new bridge. I used an experimental beech wood bridge here, without a bone insert but with the usual bone nut. The bowl of this mandolin has an unusually wide shoulder giving the body quite a bit of volume.