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Nicolas Vuillaume III, Mirecourt c. 1850, “Stentor”.

Nicolas-François Vuillaume was the younger of Jean-Baptiste Vuillaume. 

This lovely violin is made by Nicolas Vuillaume, model Stentor, made circa 1850 for his brother J.B. Vuillaume in Paris.
A well made instrument, wears its original Stentor incription at the reaer of the scroll.

This master violin is in a very good condition for its age - no cracks or repairs.
Beautiful choice of selected woods :
A fine one-piece back.
This Nicolas Vuillaume violin produces a beautiful mature sound hat projects well.
Original varnish - with a beautiful patina - brown/reddish/orange colour,

This violin comes with a reliable certificate of authenticity from Paris..

Size back : 356 mm (4/4).
Interesting price - Pls contact me if you need more information.

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VUILLAUME, Nicolas (III) Born 1800, died 1865 Mirecourt France. Third son of Claude-François Vuillaume (IV), above.
Worked for his brother Jean-Baptiste 1832-1842, then returned to Mirecourt to manufacture student grade instruments known as ‘Stentor’.
These were mostly made by A. Darte and his wife, and are distinguished by the shield mark bearing the name ‘Stentor’ on the back of the scroll.
The name was later sold to Gautrot, and remains a flourishing company supplying student instruments.
Original N. Vuillaume instruments branded internally. Nicolas Vuillaume NV / fecit à Mirecourt, anno 1830 Fabrique de / A. Darte / Mirecourt.

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Nicolas Vuillaume violin ca. 1850

Additional Information
Makers name Nicolas Vuillaume
Date ca.1850
Length of back 356
Color brown
Country of Manufacture Frankrijk
Accessories Supplied No