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Corilon violins protects you from fakes and copies


Corilon violins guarantees against fakes and reproductions. For your protection, certificates and appraisals written by independent experts are available for many fine stringed instruments and bows. In the event, however, that an instrument was erroneously ascribed to an incorrect maker corilon will reverse the sale and refund the full purchase price and shipping costs. For more information on this limited guarantee review our Terms and Conditions or send us an email.


Corilon violins provides all you need for secure online shopping


Your purchase at Corilon violins is protected in many different ways. Corilon violins minimizes all possible risks of your online purchase by working with advanced encryption technology and secure online payment services. Your personal and order data are effectively protected by up-to-date Verisign SSL encryption technology. Secure online payment services such as PayPal let you safely use your credit card offering maximum protection for your online violin purchase.


Corilon violins guarantees safe worldwide delivery


Corilon violins has many years experience in safely shipping fine stringed instruments and bows around the globe. Our shipping and handling fee covers the costs for robust and secure packing materials that may even be reused to safely return an instrument. Orders from Germany and the European Union are transported by DPD parcel service with delivery times of 2-6 business days. Our selected carrier for international shipments is Deutsche Post/DHL with delivery times of  8-15 business days.



Related information:

30 day return policy

Trade guarantee

Certificates


New arrivals in our catalogue
  • Fine antique Mittenwald Neuner & Hornsteiner violin, approx. 1860
  • Powerful German violin bow, Richard Geipel
  • Fine Italian viola by Marcello Martinenghi, 1949 (certificate Eric Blot)
  • Modern handmade Markneukirchen violin, by E. Wenzel 1992
  • Jacques Camurat, 1958: A French Paris master violin
  • Albert Nürnberger: Powerful silver mounted violin bow
  • French master violin No. 34 by Paul Hilaire, 1950
  • Old Bohemian / Czech violin, approx. 1930
  • Fine French violin, Andre Coinus, Mirecourt 1927
  • Antique Mittenwald violin, c.1910, inventory of Eugen Gärtner Stuttgart
  • Luigi Lanaro, Padova, modern Italian violin, 1975 (certificate Eric Blot)
  • Jean-Joseph Honoré Derazey: French master violin (certificate Hieronymus Köstler)
  • Contemporary Italian master violin, Virgilio Cremonini, 2012
  • Italian violin, Francesco Cossu, 1979
  • Older Italian violin with a golden sound, 1970's
  • Giuseppe Lucci, fine Italian viola, Rome 1967 (certificate Eric Blot)
  • Modern Italian violin, Piero Virdis, Pattada 2002 (certificate Piero Virdis)
  • 3/4 - German 3/4 master violin, A. Fritsch, 1950
  • Decorated, antique 1850's German Klingenthal violin
  • Franco Abanelli, Italian violin - Bologna, 1997
  • Cremonese master violin, Piergiuseppe Esposti, 1998 (certificate Piergiuseppe Esposti)
  • 3/4 - warm and resonant sounding French 3/4 violin
  • From the estate of Prof. Günter Szkokan: Edwin Lothar Herrmann, silver mounted German viola bow
  • From the estate of Prof. Günter Szkokan: Fine viola by Ferdinand Kugler, Vienna, 1973