Aubert seems to have been mainly a maker of fretted and plucked instruments, based in Troyes in the second half of the eighteenth century. He employed François Vuillaume and Claude Giron who succeeded to his business. His work is neat and classical in form, usually branded on the upper back Aubert à Troyes in a break in the purfling, which is stopped beneath the top button.
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