18th Century Baroque Violin, attributed to Thomas Smith, London
We are very excited to have this 18th-century instrument in our collection. Those who love the violin music of the Baroque period owe it to themselves to perform it on an instrument not only made for the music of the era, but one actually made IN that era. This example is incredibly well preserved, and fully setup in Baroque specifications (neck, fingerboard, tailpiece, bridge, and even pegs) as it was when it was originally created. Attributed to Thomas Smith of London, this instrument is likely true to its name - if not from Thomas Smith himself, from one of his