We're always looking to uncover new information when researching for our books, and many leads have come from personal connections or family records. Perhaps your ancestors were involved in the violin-making business, or maybe your instrument has an inscription with biographical details of its maker inside - anything like this is valuable knowledge!
During the process of making a book it is fascinating to see what instruments have surfaced, and letting us know about yours could lead to it being featured in a future publication. Send us some photographs and anything that may be of interest will be put to the authors for consideration.
If you want to share your instrument with us, here’s what we need to see: