Violins

PRICES DISPLAYED ARE THE BASE PRICE FOR THE SMALLEST SIZE INSTRUMENT OF THAT MODEL.

At The Potter Violin Company, we offer violins, violas, cellos and basses of exceptional value and we guarantee that any instrument sold by us will be free from defects in materials & craftsmanship.  We encourage you to take advantage of our "no obligation" in-home trial. (Details)  You may trade in any instrument you purchase from us towards the purchase of another of our fine instruments at any time. (Details)


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  1. $780.00
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    A fantastic instrument for young students. Light and responsive for smaller hands, yet produces a lovely robust tone. Learn More
  2. $780.00
    Outstanding features include aged solid tonewoods, genuine hand- inlaid purfling, genuine ebony fittings, and a glowing amber-brown varnish that is durable as well as attractive. Learn More
  3. $1,550.00

    HOLIDAY SALE

    3/4 SIZE FINE ANTIQUE VIOLINS

    Jérôme Thibouville-Lamy – J.T.L Shop Listed: $5,200 take 15% off

    Henrich Weidhaas 1895 Listed: $4,200 take 10% off

    Derazey circa 1870 Listed: $8,500 take 10% off

    Buthod LIsted: $5,200 take 10% off

    Nicolas Vuillaume Stentor 1 with certificate LIsted $12,000 take 10% off

    Jérôme Thibouville-Lamy – J.T.L circa 1920 Listed $4,000 take 15% off

    Nicolas Mauchant $3,400 take 20% off

    Herman Franke 1934 $1,550 take 25% off

    M. Couturieux circa 1910 $3,500 take 20% off

    1/2 SIZE FINE ANTIQUE VIOLINS

    Thomas Hesketh (Manchester England) Listed $1,495 take 20% off

    Didier L’Orange circa 1890 Listed $3,000 take 20% off

    German, labeled Guarneri Listed $2,200 take 20% off

    Paul Beuscher Listed $3,300 take 20% off Stentor 1

    Vuillaume workshop Listed $7,500 take 10% off

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  4. $1,095.00
    Each one of these violins is unique in varnish and has the same robust, warm response that is quickly placing these handmade violins at the forefront of contemporary instrument production in this price category. Learn More
  5. $3,470.00
    The Atelier de la Dyle Violins are made in the Meteny Workshop overseen by Pascal Gillis.
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  6. $2,115.00
    These quality Rudoulf Doetsch violins help students achieve higher levels of expression in their music. Many of these instruments are used by professionals as their second instruments because of their reliability and smooth, ringing tone. Learn More
  7. $3,750.00
    All instruments are crafted from aged Bavarian spruce and Tyrolean maple. These instruments are tonally adjusted in our Bethesda workshop by Dalton Potter and then carefully hand-finished by Mark Todd Baird with traditional oil varnish. These violins have a powerful clarity, excellent projection, with smooth tone for confident orchestral or solo performance. Learn More
  8. $3,400.00
    Since its introduction eight years ago, the à l'ancienne violins have become the flagship of the Jay Haide fleet. They are envied and copied by other makers, but as much as they have tried, none have come close to equaling them. This model is crafted using the finest European hardwoods. Learn More
  9. $2,400.00
    Since its introduction eight years ago, the à l'ancienne violins have become the flagship of the Jay Haide fleet. They are envied and copied by other makers, but as much as they have tried, none have come close to equaling them. This model is crafted using fine Chinese wood. Learn More
  10. $1,695.00
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    Since its introduction eight years ago, the à l'ancienne violins have become the flagship of the Jay Haide fleet. They are envied and copied by other makers, but as much as they have tried, none have come close to equaling them. Learn More

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