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Georges Coné, Lyon 1928 violin
Georges Coné, Lyon 1928 violin
Georges Coné, Lyon 1928 violin
atelier Georges Coné, Lyon 1928, violin maple back
atelier Georges Coné, Lyon 1928, violin maple back
atelier Geroges Cone: violon francais
atelier Geroges Cone: violon francais
Provenance: Lyon
Maker: Atelier Georges Coné
Length of back: 35.7 cm
Year: 1928
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Atelier Georges Coné, Lyon: Old French violin with a soloist tone, 1928

This elegant beauty of an old French violin that was made in the atelier of Georges Coné in Lyon has a truly exceptional sound in its price range, it was built in 1928. It is an extraordinary beautiful antique stringed instrument, the deeply narrow flamed maple of the two piece back and the quality medium grained spruce of the top are the choice of an experienced hand, who applied a luminous golden-orange-brown varnish with high transparency. This interesting atelier Georges Coné violin is offered with some interesting traces from playing crackfree in very condition, ready to play after a complete work-over by our violin makers, unfolding its warm, radiant, clear, mature and voluminous sound, that is precise and rich in overtones. Our special recommendation in the price range.

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