Fine Violins $20,000+

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  1. George Craske, U.K., c. 1850

    George Craske, U.K., c. 1850

    Craske was a most prolific maker leaving a large number of instruments unsold on his death.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 988.

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  2. Rainer Beilharz violin, Victoria, c. 2011.

    Rainer Beilharz violin, Victoria, c. 2011.

    An internationally multi-award winning violin maker, Rainer’s instruments are always in demand.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 789.

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  3. George Pyne violin, London c.1910

    George Pyne violin, London c.1910

    Pyne was a violinist at various theatre orchestras before being smitten by the violin making bug!

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 962.

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  4. Antonio Capella violin, Espinho, Portugal, 1975

    Antonio Capella violin, Espinho, Portugal, 1975

    A renowned name in modern violin making, Antonio learned the craft from his father, Domingos.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 990.

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  5. Otto Petzold, Bremerhaven, Germany, 1939

    Otto Petzold, Bremerhaven, Germany, 1939

    Otto Hermann Petzold was taught by his grandfather, August, in Markneukirchen.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 259.

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  6. Johann Ulrich Eberle violin, Prague c.1760

    Johann Ulrich Eberle violin, Prague c.1760

    A lovely versatile violin; getting to know it well will be as much about the pleasure of the journey as the destination!

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 585.

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  7. Frantisek Zivec violin, Melbourne, 1956

    Frantisek Zivec violin, Melbourne, 1956

    A refined work after del Gesù and a sound investment in Australia’s cultural heritage.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 951.

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  8. North Tyrolean School violin, c.1750

    North Tyrolean School violin, c.1750

    This Tyrolean school instrument produces a sweet, gentle, warm sound.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 688.

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  9. Albert Caressa violin, Paris 1924

    Albert Caressa violin, Paris 1924

    A rare fine violin from the hand of Albert Caressa, Paris, 1924

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 124.

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  10. Frantisek Zivec violin, Melbourne, 1961

    Frantisek Zivec violin, Melbourne, 1961

    One of our favourite fiddles and an eminently collectible Australian work.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 933.

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  11. Paul Bailly violin, c.1900

    Paul Bailly violin, c.1900

    Born at Mirecourt, France in 1844, Bailly trained with Jules Galliard and J. B. Vuillaume. This violin is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Christophe Depierre, Paris.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 659.

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