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For fourteen years I was in the violin department at Sotheby’s. My last seven years there were as a departmental director. This meant travelling around the world advising clients about their ins

As an instrument maker, I know that musicians are looking for particular qualities in an instrument. Beyond the fundamental attributes which show that an instrument works properly and is comfortable t

Poole Violins was started by violin maker and repairer Mark O’Brien in 2010. Mark grew up in the Poole and Bournemouth area around the violin, both his parents being professional violinists. He

Michael Watson Established in 1987 Maker and restorer of the violin family Welcome to my website. I have been making instruments for over 25 years for professional and amateur musicians. Please browse

In my experience, those who take up lutherie are generally either players or woodworkers willing to embrace intransigent, even belligerent, materials. I fall into both categories, because I began lear

Richard Wilson was trained in the Hill tradition of bow making, serving a full apprenticeship with Garner Wilson and has developed his own style to include a wide range of influences. He produces baro

At Reiver Instruments we are luthiers with a passion for making beautiful sounding instruments the traditional way We also work hard to make sure every instrument brought to our workshop for some TLC

Although I take my inspiration largely from the Old Masters, my approach is to try to get an understanding of their aims, intentions, reasons for doing things in a certain way, then evaluate and, in a

The Sound Post Ltd was founded in London in 1993 by the late Stephen Jocelyn, a professional cellist, who wanted to improve the quality of student instruments available in the UK. The Primavera range

From a young age music and art have been a lasting passion for me. From the age of 10 I attended a Waldorf Steiner School which encouraged and developed my artistic senses. This led to a BA Hons degre

GARY LEAHY I initially trained in violin repair and restoration in New Zealand where I lived for six years. While working in a violin shop there (Antonio Strings in Christchurch), I became increasingl

I offer a high quality and excellent service at affordable prices – no task is too small or too large. I repair Brass, Woodwind and Stringed musical instruments as well as many others, just ask.