Mathias Neuner Violin, 3/4 size, c.1890

Mathias Neüner (b.1762, d.1832) was born into a geigenmacher – violin maker – family in Mittenwald, Germany. Each member was trained to specialize in a unique aspect of the craft. Neüner’s family workshop based some designs on traditional Italian models, creating violins and cellos, among other string instruments. The shop employed many apprentices and was well-known in the region.

This violin is an attractive instrument with elegant lines. Spruce and flamed maple are highlighted by Neüner’s original varnish formulation which began as a golden-brown hue that oxidized over the years to become a rich, reddish-brown shade. Structurally, it is perfectly secure and ready to play, boasting a balanced tone, clarity, and strength of projection that any musician will appreciate.

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