Thomas Perry is the best known name in Irish violin-making. He lived a long life and ran various busy workshops, employing amongst others John Delaney, Richard Tobin, Vincenzo Panormo (briefly), and of course William Wilkinson of Perry & Wilkinson. Here we have a beautifully preserved example with an outstanding sound from around 1780.
Length of back 35.6cm, stop 194/131mm
Certificate: David Rattray, Kirkcaldy 2016 (pro forma), Hill Number 9927
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