1016 Jeuillet a Paris

Early twentieth century French violin, labelled Jeuillet a Paris or perhaps Savillet a Paris. Typical Mirecourt instrument of the Medio Fino or Compagnon type, fairly plain with scratched-on purfling. The spruce top has grain of medium width, and the back has light flame. Like so many of these instruments, it has a great sound - deep and strong with a hint of darkness. It will make someone a great trad fiddle.
Condition: Knocks and scratches but no cracks, repairs or other issues. Nice clean instrument.
Set-up: New rosewood pegs, new sound post and Aubert bridge, new Wittner tailpiece and Helicore strings.
Price, including a new case and bow: SOLD