(1822 – 1886)
A student of Thomas Jacobsen from 1852. Also studied in Germany and with Vuillaume. After Jacobsen's death, he took over the workshop. Instruments are of a Scandinavian design with French influence.
His son Poul Enger also made instruments, although only a handful survive.
- The auction record for this maker is $13,819 in Jun 2013, for a violin. - 5 auction price results.
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