(c. 1730 – c. 1764)
One of the best English interpreters of Stainer was John Marshall, who worked in the 1750s-60s. His work is of solid craftsmanship and shows a more balanced approach than other Stainer copyists of his generation: archings are high but edges are not profoundly hollowed, and varnish is also usually of high quality. Many of his ...Read More instruments have been falsely labeled as Italian. Read Less
- The auction record for this maker is $5,511 in Sep 1985, for a violin.
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