Joseph Hel, Lille 1882

Joseph Hel (1842 – 1902)

This stunning violin made in Joseph Hel’s golden period is perhaps the finest example of his work in existence.

The wood choice, artistic working & varnish all combine to produce a violin that has investment quality coupled with a depth of tonal colour.

Joseph Hel spent some time in Paris working with Sebastian Vuillaume and surely during his time was influenced by Jean Baptiste Vuillaume. This violin possess everything a J.B Vuillaume has at a fraction of the price!

Back Length: 358mm
Upper Bout: 171mm
Middle Bout: 112mm
Lower Bout: 209mm
Mensure: 195mm

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This stunning violin made in Joseph Hel’s golden period is perhaps the finest example of his work in existence.