JTL Sarasate Violin circa 1930
Made in the workshops of J Thibouville-Lamy with a Sarasate Amati label.
This instrument is a particularly good example of a Sarasate violin and in excellent condition. Finished in a warm golden brown varnish it has a medium grain top and 2 piece lightly flamed back. It is rare to find an instrument of this age in such good condition.
Fitted with an ebony tail piece and chin rest, the instrument comes with a new bridge and Tonica strings. Excellent condition & fabulous value at the current price.
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Jules Merciolle Violin circa 1930
A beautifully made violin by French Luthier Jules Meciolle.
An excellent example ofJules Merciolle's work it is beautifully made and finished in a lustrous red / brown varnish. The instrument has a 2 piece back and finely grained top / table.
Fitted with a new rosewood tail piece, ebony chin rest, Dominant strings and shipped in a new oblong case, the violin would suite an advanced player.
Laberte, J B Vuillaume model
A beautifully made violin by Laberte Humbert.
In very good condition, the violin is fitted with Pirastro Tonica strings, new quality bridge, ebony pegs, ebony chin rest & tail piece and supplied with a new violin case.
An excellent buy for a keen player at a very reasonable price, this is a fine J B Vuillaume copy from Laberte.
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Supplied with a Jean-Jaques Rampal certificate of provenance.
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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