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A violin by Georges Chanot I

Paris, 1847

Georges Chanot was one of the finest French makers of his generation, a successor to Lupot and a rival to Jean Baptiste Vuillaume. His skilful copies of Stradivari and Guarneri rank among the finest violins produced in 19th century France. This violin is covered in beautiful rich red varnish and thi... read more

A violin by Georges Chanot I

Paris, 1847

Georges Chanot was one of the finest French makers of his generation, a successor to Lupot and a rival to Jean Baptiste Vuillaume. His skilful copies of Stradivari and Guarneri rank among the finest violins produced in 19th century France. This violin is covered in beautiful rich red varnish and this visual depth is also reflected in the sound, which is very deep and rich.
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