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 1/4 - violin from the house of Pierre Jaffré
 1/4 - violin from the house of Pierre Jaffré
 1/4 - violin from the house of Pierre Jaffré
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Provenance: Paris
Maker: Pierre Jaffré
Length of back: 27.6 cm
Year: 2002 circa
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1/4 - violin from the house of Pierre Jaffré

This pretty little jewel was made in Paris about five or ten years ago. Inside the beautifully dark red toned violin a label of the renowned house of Pierre Jaffré can be found. It bears the number 141/2. The precise workmanship shows the high quality of the handmade violin. Its short length of 27,6 cm makes it an ideal beginners instrument for little talents. Its pleasing warm tone is even and well-balanced what makes it an easy to play instrument. The violin is in excellent condition and is set up with a fine luthier-made bridge and soundpost. The Pirastro strings are new, a bow is included.

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