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A violin by Georges Chanot I

Paris, circa 1840

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 instrument is in a superb state of preservation and can... read more

A violin by Georges Chanot I

Paris, circa 1840

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 instrument is in a superb state of preservation and can be considered a characteristic and representative example of the maker's work. The sound is powerful and rich with lots of clarity.
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