Quality Violins for Sale

About Us

Trying to find a good violin is a difficult and often expensive task.Many violinists are often not aware of how instruments are valued and it comes as a surprise to many that tone is not the most important consideration when valuing instruments.Violins in the trade are valued according to the following criteria;notoriety of a single maker;the country of origin;age and provenance and then perhaps  tone.We attempt to source the best value fo rmoney instruments based on their tone and playability and it is our firm belief that instruments made in the 19th century in Mirecourt France represent the best value fo rmoney in the market.We offer a 14day trial period with ourinstruments,if the customer is not happy then the violin can be returned after postage has been deducted.

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