Jean-Pierre Lupot Violin By Eastman

    Jean-Pierre Lupot Violin By Eastman

    $2,099.00

    Jean-Pierre Lupot Violin by Eastman features:

    • Fine quality spruce

    • Great looking varnish

    • Ebony fingerboard and fittings

    • Stradivari pattern

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    Jean-Pierre Lupot Violin By Eastman

    The Jean-Pierre Lupot is made with a well-flamed maple back and a select spruce top. The elegantly antiqued spirit varnish of the Jean-Pierre Lupot is of reddish pigment. 

    • Select spruce top and well-flamed maple back, sides and scroll
    • Antique multi-layer spirit varnish with deep red wine hues
    • Ebony fingerboard and fittings 
    • Stradivari pattern

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