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Found 12 results

  1. Greetings All. Great Site here! Seems as though so many members are.very knowledgeable. Amazing and Creative Folks seem to offer good information. I've come into a very beautiful Violin in original Case. Vuillaume des Petite Champe 46 it says on inside. Any ideas or additional thoughts on value and condition would be greatly appreciated. It comes with original Case an extra String (old original package) and a Drezden string piece (wood) and beautiful A.Breton Bow
  2. Hey all, New to the forum but I have a unique old piece that I wa looking for more info on. It's a small box of rosin with a label on top that has a French sentence followed by the name Vuillaume. I know it's old, but I've only been able to find one image online and was trying to dig up a little more info about its history, collectibility, rarity, value any and all info would be great.. Thanks alot! I will post a picture when I figure out how haha
  3. I am a violin teacher and symphony player in Atlanta and recently purchased an inexpensive violin from another symphony player from Russia. She played on this violin for ten years and sold it cheaply because no one seems to know who made the violin. The tag reads Vuillaume and It has a very powerful tone. Any ideas who really made it? Local luthier is stumped. I can supply additional photos. Appreciate any help!
  4. I generally like Vuillaume a paris copies of violins. Tried some in the past, often without many bad things to say about them. I was looking to buy one and I came across this violin. It has vuillaume a paris stamped on the back and a label, very potentially fake. But I am entirely confused about what kind of physical proportions this violin has. I've seen a lot of violins but NEVER like this one. Does anyone have any clue? I think it must be too thin/weirdly shaped to be a strad copy. Honestly, I think it's kinda hypnotic. Lol
  5. Hi Maestronet, I'm hoping someone knowledgeable on matters of authenticity can help guide me here. Before I go on, I have looked into local appraisals which range from $500 - $3000 for known shops who provide this service. Before I consider going down that path, I want to learn more about what I'm working with here if possible. My father inherited a violin from his friend in 1983. His friend (much older than him) had purchased the violin in 1940 in Turkey for $2000 Turkish lira. Here is an album containing a few hi res shots (I was unable to get the label clearly):
  6. Dear all, I recently acquired a cello from a reputable auction house stamped and sold to be from the JB Vuillaume workshop. Bow looks nice if on the lighter side, but what got me wonder was when I removed the frog and found that the underslide is screwed down with two iron flat head screws. This would normally get my "German copy" bells ringing, but I am too soon to pass judgment here? Pictures can be provided if need be. Thanks in advance, Thomas
  7. Hello, i´ve got a question: Does somebody know the results of the latest Beares Auction? I am very interested to know the prices for violins by Vuillaume and Sgarobotto, viola by Storioni and Lupot and Tubbs violin bows. Unfortunately you can´t see the results online. Thanks in advance for your answers.
  8. I have never seen a sound post 'crack' quite like this one! http://www.ebay.ca/itm/VERY-OLD-VIOLIN-J-B-VUILLAUME-POSSIBLY-JEAN-BAPTISTE-FOR-RESTORATION-L-K-/201301123963?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item2ede7b637b Bids are coming in! Is it worth restoring?
  9. Hello Can anyone here help me assess this violin? Thanks in advance, let me know if you have questions or would like more detailed pictures. You can view pictures of the violin in this imgur album: http://imgur.com/a/GYPUi#0
  10. http://tarisio.com/auctions/auction/lot/?csid=2198028288&cpid=3262316544&filter_key=dc4578eb2b2bcf20607874a29596eb50 What do people think of this violin? It looks to me like Claude Francois Vuillaume which has been slightly altered. I've been dying to start a thread on it but thought I should wait until the auction is over in case I upset anyone who was bidding! Not sure how to upload pictures of it on my mobile phone - perhaps someone on computer could upload them before the page disappears? I didn't see this violin in person, nor have I seen a Claude Francois Vuillaume so I
  11. http://www.ebay.com/itm/111132191230?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:VRI&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2661 "Interesting" price, terrible condition... Can someone identify the country of origin for this violin?
  12. Hi, This is a topic that might have been discussed before, if so, sorry for that. My question is: Why do most modern violinists prefer to use old violins, such as Stradivari, Guarneri, Guadagnini, Vuillaume, etc for solo performances? It seems every time I do a google search on soloists, almost all of them uses old instruments. To make a short list of some of the players: Anne Akiko Meyers - Owns 2 Stradivarius violins and has a Guarneri on lifetime loan. Joshua Bell - Played a Stradivarius, sold it to buy another strad. Vanessa Mae - Guadagnini (When she's not playing he