We offer a curated selection of professionally restored vintage violins, with something to fit every budget. In-home trials and shipping available. We always have more violins in stock than pictured here (not enough time for photography). Feel free to stop by the shop or text or call (337) 534-4436 for more info. You can also send us a message.

Vintage violins $1,000 to $5,000

French J.T.L. violin

Vintage Mirecourt violin from Jérôme Thibouville-Lamy. Strad pattern with a two-piece back.

Vintage European

Early 20th century European workshop violin with a big, even tone. Excellent condition. Labeled "F. Saga Zurich."

Vintage European

Vintage European violin labeled "Carlo Bergonzi." One-piece back. Excellent condition and great sound. Professional set-up.

Herman Lowendall

Vintage German violin labeled "Herman Lowendall, Berlin, 1921." Two-piece back. Excellent condition.

Carlo Micelli

Vintage German violin labeled "Carlo Micelli," a brand name used for higher-end instruments from the C. Meisel workshop. Excellent condition. Dated 1926 on the label.


German Violin

Vintage Amati pattern German violin. Lovely fiddle sound with a one-piece maple back. Labeled "Joh. Bapt. Schweitzer."

Nicolas Bertolini

Early 20th century Mirecourt violin branded "Nicolas Bertolini." Attractive fiddle with a dark sound. One-piece back.

German violin

Vintage German instrument with a big sound. Tasteful flame on a two-piece maple back. Beautifully aged dark varnish. Labeled "Jospeh Kloz."


Beautiful German violin in great condition from the Heberlein workshop. Labeled "Heinrich Theodore Heberlein Jr., Markneukirchen, 1911," with the Heberlein mark stamped on the inside back.


Vintage violins $5,000 to $10,000


Early 20th century French violin from the Collin-Mezin workshop. Labeled "Ch. J. -B. Collin-Mezin fils" and dated 1928.


Oskar Meinel

Lovely 1934 Strad pattern violin made in Markneukirchen, Germany. Labeled and branded “Oskar C. Meinel,” one of the trade names used by the Ernst Heinrich Roth  workshop for violins sold in the United States.

J. Kochly

Tasteful early 20th century French violin labeled “J. Kochly,” a luthier who founded a music store in Bourges, France, under his own name. The “Kochly” label was used on instruments of varying quality made by outside workshops. This one is on the high end. Dated 1916 on the label.

Vintage violins $10,000 to $20,000


18th century French violin by Louis Guersan. Golden-brown varnish with a high arch and widely flamed one-piece maple back.

Paul Kaul

Stunning early 20th century French instrument from luthier Paul Kaul. Big, brilliant sound from a slightly larger than average violin. Labeled, "Paul Kaul, no 108, Nantes an 1919." Certificate by Jean-Jacques Rampol.


E.H. Roth

1929 Guarneri pattern violin from the Ernst Heinrich Roth workshop in Markneukirchen, Germany. Pristine condition with well flamed two-piece maple back. VI-R model. Authenticated by the Roth firm.

D. Nicolas

Early 1800s French violin from the Didier Nicolas workshop in Mirecourt. One-piece back.