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Amedee Dieudonne Violin 1946

This violin was made by Amedee Dieudonne in 1946 in Mirecourt, France and is numbered by the maker as #1027.  The tone is soloistic and has been played for the past 20 years by a professional violinist as his solo and orchestral instrument. 

The instrument projects very well and has quick response.  The large warm tone is even all across the strings.

The two piece back is highly figured Bosnian maple.  The sides and neck appear to be of the same maple.  The top is of close even grained spruce.   Varnish is a warm golden-brown.  The instrument has the standard set-up and bridge by Bein and Fushi of Chicago.

The violin was sold to a professional violin teacher in Toyko, Japan in 2016.


Two photographs via the F Hole were required to get the whole label in.

Bein and Fushi of Chicago carved the bridge and installed standard set-up for the violin.