A Pre World War II Violin from Neukirchen
The somewhat elongated, almost egg like shape and downward slant of the volutes has been a hallmark of the Neukirchen school for centuries, often confused with Markneukirchen, which is almost miles away in distance. Though there are many features that could be construed as Saxon, the interior construction is actually much more solid than the typical Saxon-Jack. This violin is in a good state of preservation, less normal signs of wear and tear from over almost a century. Set up with Dominant strings.