(1794 – 1883)
Honoré Derazey trained in Mirecourt and then worked for various makers in Paris, including J.B. Vuillaume between 1830 and 1839. He returned to Mirecourt around 1840 to establish his own workshop.
His instruments are in the style of Vuillaume, mainly Stradivari copies. They are generally stamped 'H DERAZEY' to ...Read More the inside back. His son Justin Amédée Derazey succeeded him in 1879.
- The auction record for this maker is $46,664 in Jun 2012, for a cello. - 204 auction price results.
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