A Paul Didier Violin made in 1935 in excellent condition.
A quality instrument in excellent condition supplied with a Jean-Jaques Rampal certificate of provenance.
Paul Didier is described in Henley's Universal Dictionary of Violin & Bow makers as making 'Reproductions of old Italian types. Splendid workmanship. Orange, or shaded reddish brown varnish, masterly applied.'
This is a very good example of such fine work and both a good investment and a fine instrument to play. It has a two piece maple back of medium, faint flame, slightly descending towards the edges and supplied with new Dominant strings in new oblong case.
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A Cuniot-Hury bow, stamped Tourte L & made around 1910.
A top quality French bow from the Mirecourt area of France supplied with a J F Raffin certificate of provenance.
A reddish brown bow made of pernambuco. Nickel mounted with an ebony frog, the bow is 73.3cm long and has a balance point 26.2 cm from the adjuster end.
Recently re-haired, it is in exceptional condition for a bow of this age. Varnish slightly warn near adjuster.
The bow weighs 58gm, has a round pernambucco stick & is nickel mounted
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A Georges Apparut violin 1934, labelled: Fait par G. Apparut en 1934 No. 631 & original certificate
A beautifully made violin in an excellent condition with the original sales / identification certifcate.
Patterned after an Antonius Stradivarius model, it has an attractive and antiqued spirit-oil varnish and uses premium woods reflecting the traditional instrument-making culture Georges Apparut applied to his work.
Set up with quality rosewood fittings, Dominant strings and supplied in a new lightweight oblong case.
In addtition to an original Certificate of Guarantee, a Jean-Jaques Rampal certificate of provenance is supplied.
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A Claude Thomassin bow, stamped 'C.Thomassin a Paris' & made around 1910.
A top quality French bow from the Mirecourt area of France supplied with a Jean-Jaques Rampal certificate of provenance.
This particular bow is in a good condition and has recently been re-haired. It is a mid brown colour with various marks on the head and a scratch line near the wrapping. The stick is slightly worn above the frog. Balance point is 25.1 cm from the adjuster end.
The bow weighs 59gm, has a round pernambucco stick & is nickel mounted. Made over a century ago in 1910, the bow continues to play beautifully.
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