Jérôme Thibouville-Lamy Firm


Bow maker / Violin maker
(fl. 1857 – 1968)

The largest of the great Mirecourt instrument making firms. In 1957 Jérôme Thibouville joined forces with Charles Buthod and Charles-Claude Husson to form Husson-Buthod-Thibouville. When Jérôme Thibouville married Marguerite Hyacinthe Lamy in 1861, the firm changed its name to the now-famous "Jérôme Thibouville-Lamy (J.T.L.)".

The firm became the largest of the Mirecourt violin making ...Read More factories – at its peak it produced over 150,000 instruments annually and employed 1,000 craftsmen.

The firm had different lines of instruments, including student instruments (eg the Médio-Fino and Compagnon ranges) and copies of makers ranging from Stainer and Klotz to Stradivari, as well as instruments named after old violin making-families from Mirecourt and other French makers.

The J.T.L. firm closed its factories in 1968, after the Mirecourt instrument making industry went into terminal decline in the mid 20th century. Read Less


Price History

- The auction record for this maker is $16,299 in Jun 2011, for a cello.
- 769 auction price results.

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