Persephone21

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  1. Ahhh, I would have never known about the touch ups, but im sure there is a layer of something over the entire thing that was not there before, maybe that's more what I meant. Maybe some sealant?
  2. I'm sure it was re done entirely! It was a very good price, I took all the fittings and the bridge, strings and fingerboard, I got them from from the same place he would have as he advised. About the sound sample I will take a rain check, I am a total amateur and would disgrace it completely and myself. It sounds beautiful thou. I Will practice hard and show you
  3. I'm going to go ahead a d list the repairs and I'm sure you guys know how much they cost! The violin was opened, cleaned and sanded because it had an open seam, the bottom plate was unglued by the end button. The varnish had to be redone A new fingerboard was installed since the old one was paper thin so thin it was cracked. New bridge fitted, we chose a Milo Stamm bridge New fittings where installed, Rosewood Larsen Tzigane strings put on I think that was about it, it was total about 250 dollars! I have some more pics while it was being repaired, just FYI
  4. I'm not really sure, but I don't think so.. In my previous post I was told its German factory made
  5. I have just had my violin fully restored, I had shared Pics of it when I got it, wanted to share it as it is now. Hope you enjoy. I used the ID picture guidelines just to be practical. Pardon my mute.
  6. Hello Maestronet, I shared images of my violin when I got it asking around about a possible ID. I just had this violin fully restored and just wanted to share the images of the violin as it is now. I really love it, it has a wonderful tone. I hope you also enjoy it. I used pictures according to your ID guidelines just for practicality, also pardon my mute in that first picture, I practice usually at night.
  7. I wonder if the OP eventually returned it or kept it...
  8. Hi!! It's the same violin only before and during restoration, the new Rosewood Pegs are what it has now, I just put the before Pic so you could see the Pegs it came with. The side picture is more for view of the scroll.
  9. It's the same violin, before and during restoration
  10. Hello, I wanted to see if anyone could tell me which school of old German factory violins this could point too. I've read that the scroll is indicative of where it could be from, even if just ball park. Some Pic of the scroll, not the best but the violin is at the luthiers getting restored. Peg box is painted black on the inside. Thank you for your time!
  11. Thank you both very much for your help!! I will leave it right where it is.
  12. Greetings to all, I was wondering if anyone would be able to tell me about this mark on the back on the back of my violin, I'm having it repaired and was thinking whether I should strip that part of the vanish to remove it. CONSERVATORY