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All repair work and restoration to fine instruments that takes place in our workshop is done to the highest standard and in accordance with traditional workshop methods. These techniques have been established over centuries and can be thanked for the classic instruments that are still with us and making headlines to this day. As a craftsman so dedicated to delivering excellence and perfection, Gerard is himself proud to have featured in national press, radio and to have presented and performed to live audiences over the years. Atelierviolins provides an entire range of services and sundries to players and is happy to discuss any individual requirement - no job is too big or small. Here's an overview of the services we offer, though if there is anything you need to improve the health of your instrument or a service you require that you don't see listed here, please contact us to see how quickly we can deliver.

New and Old Instruments

Atelierviolins also deal in violins, violas, cellos and basses and offers a choice of instruments by other leading European makers, to compliment our own instruments. We are dedicated to providing the highest level of service to our customers, so if there's something specific that you want, we will do our best to source it and ensure you're 100% satisfied. Our workshop is fully equipped to create and restore fine instruments to the highest standards possible and produces violins, violas, cellos, basses and bows and sundries for all varieties of player. Here's a guide to prices that we would normally charge for new violins: For beginners we produce violins from 400-800 .

For intermediate players we have instruments from £800-1500. For advanced and professional players we have instruments upward of £6000. As each repair situation is unique, we advise contacting Gerard before bringing an instrument for examination and we may need some good quality photographs of the damage in advance. This is to ensure that you're not without your instrument for longer than is absolutely necessary, and we can better assess the time needed in order to achieve the perfect repair.
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