Fine antique french violin made by Nicolas-Eugène Simoutre in Paris circa 1890. Fine antique french violin made by Nicolas-Eugène Simoutre (1834/1908) in Paris circa 1890. Nicolas-Eugène Simoutre, son of Nicolas Simoutre, was a pupil of Darche, and later of Roth in Strasbourg. He settled in Paris at the end of 19th century 38, rue de l'Echiquier, then 21, rue du Faubourg Poissonnière. He was the inventor of the barre d'harmonie S.
P", also called "support Simoutre. I accept with happiness, while regretting that my beloved father-in-law M. Vuillaume will not be present anymore to encourage and applause your efforts. I have only congratulations to address you regarding the two violins you have sent to me.
This violin dates from this late 19th century Paris period of the maker, and includes the S. The top is made of two pieces of spruce, and shows regular grain lines. The back is made of a single piece of highly flamed maple, the beautiful curl descending from the left to the right. The ribs, neck and head are of the same wood.The deep and rich oil varnish is of an orange-brown color, entirely original and in a stunning state of preservation. The violin is in a mint and immediate playing condition. The instrument has been entirely revised, including a new bridge, a new chinrest, a new soundpost, a new tailpiece and a new set of Thomastik Dominant strings. The instrument comes with a new BAM case. The violin has a prodigious deep and warm sound, with a great of power and projection, a real wonder. P system really works fine, and validates the testimony of Delphin Alard. A fantastic concert violin that will allow you the most complete repertory.
Fine antique French master violin made by Nicolas Eugène Simoutre circa 1890. The item "FINE OLD ANTIQUE FRENCH MASTER VIOLIN MADE BY NICOLAS EUGENE SIMOUTRE CIRCA 1890" is in sale since Thursday, March 19, 2020. This item is in the category "Musical Instruments & Gear\String\Orchestral\Violins".
The seller is "ames-anciennes" and is located in Toulouse. This item can be shipped worldwide.