Thomas Hardie


Violin maker
(1803 – 1856)

Thomas Hardie was, like his father Matthew, a hard-living man whose habits sabotaged his great skills and prospects. His instruments possess excellent sound quality and are well-made, following the long-pattern Stradivari model preferred by his father, ...Read More though the craftsmanship is less precise. In a flippant attempt to acknowledge the popularity of in the mid-1800s, Hardie sometimes substituted the Guarneri-style f-holes in his usual Stradivari pattern. Read Less


Price History

- The auction record for this maker is $13,466 in Oct 2011, for a violin.
- 10 auction price results.

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Instruments

No instruments with photographs publicly available


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