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Celia Bridges Violin, 1997, Ann Arbor, MI, USA

Item# F2 S3555

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Hermann Macklett Violin, 1871, Chicago, IL, USA

Item# F2 S4246

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Herman Macklett (1834-1884). An upholsterer by trade and violin maker by avocation, he was the first to show an interest in making violins. He eventually abandoned his upholstery business and established a violin shop in Chicago. The Great Chicago Fire destroyed the shop, but he and his wife, Elizabeth (Kahlert) Macklett, rescued the most valuable violins by stuffing them into large grain sacks and carrying them across the Chicago river. Herman worked on his violins from the 1860s through the 1880s. During his lifetime he made about 150 violins, and they are a rare find.

French Violin, 7/8 size, ca. 1910, Mirecourt

Item# F1 S4530

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Ashot Vartanian Violin, 2003, Ann Arbor, MI, USA

Item# F2 S4558

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SHAR's master restoration and repair expert, Vartanian worked at the Bolshoi in Moscow and the Scuola Internazionale di Liuteria in Cremone in the late 1970s. His wealth of experience informs his choices for models, archings, graduations, and varnishes.

Czech Workshop Violin, 3/4 size, ca. 1880, Bohemia

Item# F1 S3839A

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Ashot Vartanian Violin 4/4 Size Dated 2004

Item# F2 S4671

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SHAR's master restoration and repair expert, Vartanian worked at the Bolshoi in Moscow and the Scuola Internazionale di Liuteria in Cremone in the late 1970s. His wealth of experience informs his choices for models, archings, graduations, and varnishes.

Leon Bernardel Violin, 1901, Paris

Item# F1 S4667

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Leon Bernardel (maker: 1853-1931). Son and pupil of Ernest Auguste. Born in Paris. Worked with Derazey and Gand, then founded his own establishment in 1899. Arose after the retirement of Gustave Bernardel and was a maker and seller of Collin-Mezin type instruments.

Todd Goldenberg Violin, 1984, Ann Arbor, MI, USA

Item# F2 S4677A

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A violin maker based in New England, Todd Goldenberg makes extraordinary violins, violas and cellos that are highly sought after for their beauty and exquisite tone. Using the finest materials, including European woods seasoned in his workshop and his personally formulated varnishes, Todd lavishes the highest level of carftsmanship and art on each instrument. Creating one instrument at a time, Goldenberg begins with the finest materials, including hand-selected, seasoned wood from Germany. Todd Goldenberg violins are in the hands of musicians at every level - from professional orchestra members to teachers and students - across New England and the rest of the country.

Michael Darnton Violin, 2000, Chicago, IL, USA

Item# F2 S4568A

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Began making in 1988 In the William Harris Lee Shop under Will Whedbee And Tetsuo Matsuda.

J.B. CH Collin-Mezin Violin, 1893, Paris

Item# F1 S4833A

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An excellent example from the master's most fruitful period, this violin offers a balanced tonal approach that is suitable for both solo and chamber work. Brilliant and soaring sound, typical of Collin-Mezin, with a pure, clear and singing tone. The back is of two pieces of maple, with a wide grain, emanating downwards from the seam. Top is of clear straight grained spruce. Varnish is of light to medium brown-amber. Charles Jean-Baptiste Collin-Mezin
Born in Mirecourt in 1841, Charles Jean-Baptiste Collin-Mezin, first studied violin making with his father, and later with the great Vuillaume, in Brussels. Opening his shop in Paris in 1867, Collin-Mezin was a sought after restorer, but remained focused on making new instruments. Dedicated to the patterns of Stradivari, Amati and Guarneri, his work is careful and clean, with penetrating tonal qualities. His fame was further enhanced in violin competitions and adjudications, winning many top awards and medals in the most prestigious competitions.
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Giorgio Grisales Violin, 2009, Cremona

Item# F1 S4850A

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Colombian born Giorgio Grisales is a graduate of the illustrious "International School of Violinmaking" in Cremona, Italy. He furthered his training in Milan at the "Civic School of Violinmaking", where he focused on the art of instrument restoration. His instruments are well known and appreciated internationally and his work in restoration is highly acclaimed. His workshop is located in Cremona.

Ashot Vartanian Violin, 2002, Ann Arbor, MI, USA

Item# F1 S4411

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SHAR�s master restoration and repair expert, Vartanian worked at the Bolshoi in Moscow and the Scuola Internazionale di Liuteria in Cremone in the late 1970s. His wealth of experience informs his choices for models, archings, graduations, and varnishes.

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