Albert Deblaye Atelier 1927 Violin
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Albert Deblaye Atelier 1927 Violin

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Born in 1874 in Bouzemont, Albert Deblaye apprenticed in Paris and Mirecourt before joining Gautier in Toulouse. In 1900, he opened his own atelier in Mirecourt and formed a partnership with H. Meunier. Deblaye served as the shop's Technical Director and oversaw all instrument making. Paul Didier joined the partnership in 1922. The shop modeled their instruments after the great Italian masters and Lupot and gained a reputation for their attention to detail, overall workmanship, and tone production. Deblaye died in 1929.

  • Violin Information: A violin from 1927 from the workshop of Albert Deblaye. Two piece spruce top of medium grain throughout. Two-piece back of nicely figured maple, right side stronger than left, both slightly descending towards flanks. Rib stock similar to back. Scroll of slightly stronger curl. Varnished in an orange-gold color. LOB 356 mm.

Certificate of authenticity included.
Brand:   Albert Deblaye Atelier
Model:   1927
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