singing violin - fine soloist violins in Kul Violins studio

Violins pricing

All our hand carved violins are suitable for professional violin players.

Most of our violins are preferred by solo performing violin players.

Certainly, we can satisfy all violinists - from top solo players to beginners.

We are using only top quality well dried wood from Alp mountains (Europe)

Violins price range

Price of our violins depend on:

  • quality of used wood and accessories
  • quality and complexity of wood aging involved
  • quality of coating materials and technologies used
  • quality of workmanship applied

Usually our violins prices fall into limits:

  • $7,000 - 8,000 --- untreated wood, quality workmanship and coating, sweet sound - suitable for most violin players
  • $8,000 - 10,000 --- as above + basic wood treatment applied - better quality sweet sound
  • $10,000 - 12,000 --- as above + complete wood treatment applied - nice singing sound and increased independence of weather conditions
  • over $12,000 --- as above + selected highest quality wood - violin sound resembles that of top Cremonese violins

As we are convinced in our violins quality, we provide guaranty for coating and sound stability. No cracks in treated wood violins

If you are interested in more information or options - for example our updated or restored instruments, please look another article.

If you are interested in any of our offered violins, please contact us.

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