I don't have his private email but I just contacted him through the Lute group PM application so I'll see what he says. He did post the same lute for sale over there so I'm sure it was/is his. He hasn't posted otherwise so it must still be. I think you need to be a member to see some of the content or I'd link to his page.
His web page is here and the same lute is in the photos he's posted:
Here's what he says about it over there:
8 course renaissance lute (2005) for sale.
Model based on Venere (Vienna C 36).
Sound board: european spruce; Back: 9 maple ribs; Neck veneered in ebony; Pegs: almond-tree
The string length is 58 cm.
The distance at the nut: 6 cm, at the bridge: 10 cm.
Maker is Georgiev.
The Venere C36 is a good design, a bit larger body than most for the time period, usually lot of volume and good carrying power. For renaissance lutes it's pretty much the only body I play. Many student lutes are based on Frei or Gerle which are smaller bodies and harder for many CG players to hold but the Venere C36 is much better I think. I love mine.
The dimensions he gives for the nut and bridge are good. The bridge string width is prefered by players who do not use the thumb under technique although thumb under players can be found using the narrower bridge....I think you would like the spacing if you use a more guitar technique. String length puts it directly in the G tuning range. Mine is 64cm which means I usually tune to F# or a little under. If you plan on playing Dowland you will appreciate the 58cm string length, or at least your left hand will
Not trying to talk you into it, just some comments on the information given.