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Nomination for the 2012 German Design Council competition
Press release, June 15, 2011

Another prestigious honour for Corilon violins’ corporate design.
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Red Dot Design Award for Corilon Violins
Press release, August 23, 2010

The Konstanz-based company wins two awards from the highly esteemed design contest.
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Special exhibition: “Mathias Klotz and sons – early Mittenwald violin making”
Press release, May 11, 2010

Corilon violins donates a major example of southern German violin-making history to the Mittenwald museum.
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New arrivals in our catalogue
  • Old Czech violin after Niccolo Amati, c.1900
  • Antique Markneukirchen violin, by Schuster & Co. approx. 1900/1910
  • 7/8 - "Lady's violin" by Schuster & Co., c.1910
  • Modern French soloist viola, Jacques Camurat, Paris 1958
  • French violin bow, atelier Charles Louis Bazin (certificate J.F. Raffin)
  • Contemporary Italian violin, Gianni Norcia, Bologna
  • Modern Mittenwald viola, Matthias Klotz 1982
  • Brilliant toned Markneukirchen master violin, around 1960
  • 3/4 - antique French 3/4 violin, Breton model
  • Silver-mounted violin bow, for K. van der Meer Amsterdam
  • Fine Markneukirchen violin bow after Sartory, sweet, sophisticated tone
  • Recommendable antique Markneukirchen violin with a dark, brilliant sound
  • Old, 1940's Saxon violin, Markneukirchen, warm tones
  • Markneukirchen violin bow, bright, clear sound, lightweight
  • 3/4 - German 3/4 violin bow, approx. 1950
  • Lothar Seifert, German master violin bow, silver
  • 3/4 - old Mittenwald 3/4 violin: mature, clear sound
  • Antique German violin by Wolff brothers, Kreuznach, 1905
  • Atelier Albert Marissal, Lille: French violin No. 50B, 1948
  • Contemporary Markneukirchen master viola, Jochen Voigt, 1982, for soloists
  • Franco Albanelli, 1991: A fine contemporary Italian violin (certificate Hieronymus Köstler)
  • Ernst Heinrich Roth, old Bubenreuth violin from 1955
  • 3/4 - Antique French 3/4 violin, probably Mangenot
  • 3/4 - sized French violin, J.T.L. Compagnon