Violin by “Wilhelm Duerer”, Germany 1936
The name “Wilhelm Duerer” is very likely a trade name but it doesn’t take away from the fact that this is a violin that is very easy to play. The tone is mooth, even and resonant.
It has a two-piece back that is lightly flamed with matching ribs, neck and scroll. It has a red varnish over an amber ground.
This violin is a Stradivarius copy and will will suit up to an advanced or tertiary level student.
Length of back: 356mm