Jean-Baptise Vuillaume 1842


Inventory no.: JB Vuillaume 1842 IH.26.0J0F5A.P 11/21
Maker: Jean-Baptise Vuillaume 1842
Region: French
Year: c.1842
Tone: Warm, Mature in character, Resonant



This is a violin made by Jean-Baptise Vuillaume in 1842 is made on a Stradivari model and labelled as

Jean Baptise Vuillaume a Paris

3 rue Demours – Ternes

The back is carved from a two piece of quarter cut curly maple with flames rising towards the edges.The side and scroll are of maples with well figured and lively flamesThe top is of two piece spruce of irregular grains.The varnish is an orange brown in colour. This outstanding JB Vuillaume violin has a radiant appearance and a large, resonant, mature sound which is sophisticated, radiant and mature in character.


Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from

Jean- Jacques Rampal in July 2021

Title: Wieniawski Violin Concerto no.2, 3rd Movement by Georgii Moroz

Title: Bach Violin Sonata No.2 in A minor, Allemanda.

Violin Has Own Identity

*Percentages shown below are an accurate indicator of the violin’s respective characteristics among TMX’s collection of violins.

Warm 90%
Mature in character 85%
Resonant 85%


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