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Beginners & advancing students are also catered for with violin, viola and cello outfits starting from    £185

  • A selection of quality antique French & German bows.
  • Contemporary English made bows.
  • CASES & ACCESSORIES.
  • Wittner Fine tune pegs fitted.

Latest stock list:

CELLO:

  • The Soundpost Heritage series 1717 Strad model cello.
  • Fully set up with Larsen strings. Subtle antique finish.
  • Gewa case
  • Excellent condition
  • £2,600
  • German Cello BOW
  • £400

VIOLA:

  • Sebastian Rauch 1777. Just shy of 16”, lovely aged patina, beautiful and sonorous.
  • £7,500
  • Don Tatum 1990.    15 1/2” Lovely traditional varnish in excellent condition.
  • £2,500

VIOLIN:

  • Corbinian Hornsteiner, one of a dynasty of fine makers, a truly fine example in excellent condition.
  • £8,500
  • Award winning Christopher Rowe 1992.   Authentic light antiquing, beautifully warm varnish.  Exquisite and powerful tone.
  • £5,900
  • Lionel Karl Hepplewhite 1988. Excellent work by this regarded contemporary maker. Beautifully clear and powerful tone.
  • £5,600
  • Attributed to Francois Caussan, full of character and wonderful sound.
  • £4,800
  • William Glenister London 1899. Beautiful warm ‘Italiante’ varnish over choice tonewood.
  • £4,200
  • Nuener & Hornsteiner, lovely condition.
  • £3,900
  • Bohemia circa 1890’s
  • £2,800
  • Karl Harry Bachmann  1957 Lovely condition.
  • £2,600
  • Baroque Violin  likely Markneukirchen circa 1820-1840
  • £2,500
  • Violin  Dresden workshop  circa 1900. Excellent work with lovely tonewood.
  • £1,700
  • Don Tatum, mint condition
  • £1,750
  • J Smith Manchester 1918
  • £1,500
  • Modern Hungarian, antique finish.
  • £1,200
  • German workshop, lovely patina.
  • £950
  • Eastern European , lovely varnish and craftsmanship
  • £950
  • Alan Payne 1978, made in Wales.
  • £950
  • French JTL workshop   7/8
  • £750