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Back of a violin by ASP Bernardel, 1829. The wood chosen for this violin is exquisite and the rich burgundy varnish covering the instrument is still largely intact.
Front of a violin by ASP Bernardel, 1829. The wood chosen for this violin is exquisite and the rich burgundy varnish covering the instrument is still largely intact.
Scroll of a violin by ASP Bernardel, 1829. The wood chosen for this violin is exquisite and the rich burgundy varnish covering the instrument is still largely intact.

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A violin by Auguste Sébastien Philippe Bernardel

Paris, 1829

Having been taught by Lupot, Auguste Bernardel usually based his instruments on great old Cremonese masters, and this particular instrument was modelled after Stradivari. The wood chosen for this violin is exquisite and the rich burgundy varnish covering the instrument is still largely intact. The s... read more

A violin by Auguste Sébastien Philippe Bernardel

Paris, 1829

Having been taught by Lupot, Auguste Bernardel usually based his instruments on great old Cremonese masters, and this particular instrument was modelled after Stradivari. The wood chosen for this violin is exquisite and the rich burgundy varnish covering the instrument is still largely intact. The sound is, like the model, very strong and clear.
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