We offer a curated selection of professionally restored vintage violins, with something to fit every budget. In-home trials and shipping available. Text or call (337) 534-4436 for more info, sound clips or more detailed pictures. You can also send us a message.

Vintage violins


Vintage European violin from 1910 with enchanting flame on a one-piece maple back. Labeled "Harwood," a brand name used by J.W. Jenkins & Son Music Company in Kansas City, Missouri, for imported instruments.


J.W. Pepper

Vintage violin with a lovely one-piece quilted maple back. Labeled J.W. Pepper, a Philadelphia, PA, firm that imported European instruments in the early 20th century .


Roth and Lederer

Vintage Guarneri pattern violin from the Roth and Lederer company, which operated in Markneukirchen, Germany, in the late 1800s and early 1900s.


Frantisek Duchon

From the Czech workshop of Frantisek Duchon. Dated 1924. Powerful sound and comfortable to play. Great condition. Comes with L.R. Baggs pick-up installed.


French J.T.L. violin

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


French violin

Vintage J.T.L. violin from Mirecourt, France. Bid, deep sound. Wittner geared pegs. Set up with Evah Pirazzi strings.


Vintage European

Nice old workshop violin restored with a new bass bar. Big, even tone. Excellent condition. Labeled "F. Saga Zurich."


Vintage violin

Early 20th century violin with a deep, bold tone. Reddish-brown varnish. Slab cut maple back. Unlabeled but characteristic of an American maker.


German violin

Nicely antiqued German workshop violin in great condition. Dark tone, good response and easy playability.



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.


Guarneri model

Late 19th century Guarneri model with widely flamed two-piece maple back. Clean, well-rounded sound.


John Juzek

Well-preserved vintage European instrument from the Juzek workshop in Czechoslovakia. Labeled John Juzek, Violinmaker in Prague, 1934. One-piece back.


Gustav August Ficker

Guarneri copy made in Germany for William Lewis and Son. Dated 1956 on the label. Beautifully flamed two-piece maple back with matching ribs and neck. Tightly grained spruce top. Rich, luxurious tone. A joy to play.


Paul Beuscher

Classic French Strad pattern violin with tasteful one-piece back. Dated 1942 and labeled "Paul Beuscher." The Beuscher label was used on instruments of wide-ranging quality. This one is on the high end.


Didier Nicolas

19th century French violin from the Didier Nicolas workshop in Mirecourt. One-piece back. This is one of two D. Nicolas instruments we have in the shop.


French violin

18th century French violin attributed to 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.


Roth violin

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


D. Nicolas

Early 1800s French violin from the Didier Nicolas workshop in Mirecourt. This is one of two D. Nicolas violins we have in the shop.