Marcel Deloget Violin, 1988




Marcel Deloget

Get in touch

Category: Tags: ,

Maker: Marcel Deloget

Year of construction: 1988

This violin being one of his last instruments, it displays Deloget’s craftsmanship in an extraordinary way both in the sound it produces as well as the appearance of the violin itself. It also bears a few of his trademark symbols, such as a fleur-de-lys carved into the back of the scroll as well as his stamp next to the label inside the violin.

This violin has a very strong top register, projecting extremely well. The low and middle register have a beautiful and sweet sound, reminiscent of the older french school of violin making. It would make an ideal instrument for a high level student or any chamber or orchestral musician.

As the winner of the Grand Prix Expo Inter Paris in 1937, Deloget was known for using his own violin models rather than copying those of Stadivarius or Del Gesu as well as developing his own characteristic varnish (gold-amber hue with a shiny finish).

Get in touch

Trial & Shipping

If you’re curious about this instrument, we encourage you to come visit our showroom in central London and try them for yourself. You can contact us by clicking on the “Book a Trial” button in the description above.

If you are not in the UK and wish to buy this instrument, we can ship anywhere in the world upon purchase. Shipping costs and import fees may apply depending on your area.