Paul Serdet is a fine maker of violins, born in the famous French violin making town of Mirecourt in 1858 and apprenticed to Gaillard and Derazey before opening his own workshop in Paris in 1894.
In 1900 he received the Gold medal at the Great Paris Exhibition. This violin was made only three years after winning the Gold medal in 1903.
It's in good condition and the tone is superb."Highly appreciated in France, splendid modelling, conceived and executed perfectly" - Henley's Dictionary.
The length of the back is 356 mm.
Paul Serdet, Paris 1903