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The string instruments on which we work have a musical life span of several centuries. Concert musicians regularly use violins, violas or cellos dating from the end of the XVII century or from the XVIII century.

Restoring the original tonality to such great instruments of the past is the objective of our work.

The techniques used are those of the greatest restoration workshops in the world, with the overriding concern of retaining all the authenticity and character of the works of art on which we are working.

The greatest care is taken to ensure that the restorations are reversible in time, meaning that another violin maker may resume the restorations in the future and that our work has not transformed the instrument.

This veritable search for perfection begins with the choice of glues and varnishes and continues each time work needs to be done on parts which can modify the character of the instrument.

Appraiser for the Aix-en-Provence Court of Appeals
Member of the International Society of Violin and Bow Makers (l'Entente Internationale des Maîtres Luthiers et Archetiers d'Art)

Tél. +33 (0)4 91 54 27 78
Fax. +33 (0)4 91 33 20 04

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