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由著名的Laberte-Humbert製作的美麗的古老的4/4法國被證明的小提琴,ca. 1920年(不僅僅是他們的研討會)。

小提琴編號和原始標籤,並在Marc Laberte本人的指導下製作。

非常漂亮的做工和選擇的木材:燃燒後,肋骨,脖子,滾動。

精良的笛子演奏很好地展現了小提琴的高品質和典型的優良作品

美麗的原棕色清漆。

小提琴帶有可靠的證書(來自巴黎的J. Rampal包括在內) - 所以你可以放心購買。

這把小提琴帶有一套新的琴弦和一個新的chinrest和原來的尾翼,並準備好玩。

沒有裂縫,您可能會從舊的小提琴中發現一些小的表面划痕。

小提琴具有強大的聲音和投影,開放但溫暖的音色。

返回大小:約。 356毫米(4/4)。

小提琴產生了熱烈而強烈的開放聲調,並有很多人性化和強烈的投影

Information about Marc Laberte and his workshop :
 
Marc André Joseph Laberte (29 May 1880 – 29 March 1963) son of Pierre Alexis Auguste Laberte, was trained as a luthier as well as a bow maker.
As early as 1911, he began to play an active role in the Laberte-Humbert Frères company.
The Laberte workshop produced large range of instruments and bows consistent in quality, employed over 300 people by 1920. In addition, many skilled master makers worked for Laberte, including Camille Poirson, Charles Brugere, and Georges Apparut.
The workshop owned a fine collection of instruments from all the famous makers including Antonio Stradivari, Guarneri del Ges&ugrave, Giuseppe filius Andrea Guarneri, Francesco Ruggeri, Nicolas Lupot, Jacob Stainer, and Jean-Baptiste Vuillaume.
They were meticulously examined and used as models for their own instruments.[1]
The workshop was disrupted in the war, and productions resumed after the war ended.
The workshop continued for several years before it eventually closed down.[2] The Workshop[edit] In 1915 Marc Laberte joined Fourier Magnié (1868-1946) and established the new firm under the name "Laberte-Humbert Frères, Fourier Magnié Réunis".
A comprehensive catalogue, including the complete range of products and instruments in the lutherie field was published by the firm that same year.
In 1927, the firm continued its development by buying the well-known trademark "A La Ville de Cremonne” from Paul Mangenot.
One can find this mark stamped with its characteristic triangular shape on the inside back of many good Mirecourt violins of the 19th century.
Included in the deal was the use of names such as Honoré Derazey, Just Derazey, Paul Mangenot, and Didier Nicolas aîné,
the last of whom was first to have used this trademark.
Soon thereafter in that same year, a new catalogue including the recently acquired brands was published, this time under the name Laberte & Magnié.
It is interesting to note that this same catalogue includes two pages dedicated to the collection of antique Italian instruments belonging to Marc Laberte and the “copies” available for purchase that were made after the originals.
On these instruments, the label of "Marc Laberte, Maître Luthier" appears beside a reproduction of the Italian maker's label. In 1931,
Laberte received the Grand Prix for the Stradivox Magné, a phonograph, which was produced in different versions.
These attempts at diversification were made to help the firm withstand the increasing competition and recession effects during that period.
Unfortunately, World War II brought despair on Mirecourt as well as the rest of Europe.
The Laberte production ended entirely, as the stock and production tools were raided and stolen.
By 1944 the firm resumed its activity, but the production never reached the same levels as prior to the war and eventually the difficult economic
climate during the post war years, led to the unavoidable decline of the Laberte production.
Philippe Laberte, Marc Laberte’s son, joined the firm during this period and tried to maintain a production catered toward the high end of the market.
Marc Laberte died in 1963

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製作師姓名 Laberte atelier
日期 1920
背部的長度 356
顏色 brown
證書 Yes
Country of Manufacture 法國
配件 No