When investing in a violin, it is important to do your research and be aware of all the elements that can influence the value of an instrument.
There are many aspects to consider when buying a violin for investment purposes, including the maker, condition and rarity of the instrument.
Once you have determined that a violin is a worthy investment, the next step is buying it! When buying any expensive item, it is important to do your research to find a reputable dealer. The same holds true for violins; you want to ensure you are buying from a source you can trust.
When buying a violin as an investment, it is important to remember that you are buying more than just an instrument. You are buying a piece of history that can appreciate in value over time. So make sure to do your research and choose an instrument that is both rare and in high demand. And most importantly, always have it appraised by a qualified expert before purchasing.
By following these tips, you can be sure to make a good investment in a beautiful and timeless instrument, however, there is a lot more to this topic and if you would like personalised advice, be sure to contact us and we would be happy to help!
We believe that contemporary instruments can be a great investment for the future. At MyLuthier, we are proud to offer a wide selection of high-quality contemporary violins, violas and cellos that are perfect for both new and experienced players. Contact us today to learn more about our instruments and how you can invest in a beautiful piece of music history.
Pedro Silva is a cellist and one of the co-founders of Myluthier.co. He graduated from the Royal Academy of Music in 2018 with a Master of Arts in cello performance, studying with Guy Johnston. He enjoys an varied freelance career as an orchestral, chamber musician and frequently collaborates with Early Music ensembles and West End productions.