A very nice example of a violin made in Mirecourt, France in 1926 by H. Emile Blondelet.
This violin is in mint condition and has a lovely two piece back of a brilliant flamed maple. The purfling is exquisite and the edgework is very good. Branded in all the right places with the Blondelet stamp this is a great violin for an advancing student.
Described in Henley's Dictionary as "Excellent workmanship".
The length of the back is 356 mm.