Georges (II) Chanot

Highest auction price achieved
£ 26400.00

By Cecie Stainer

Son of Georges Chanot and his first wife. First worked with his father. 1851, went to London, where he worked under Maucotel (a brother of the maker in Paris), and, 1858, he started his own business, making instruments of very good quality. He received a bronze medal at the Paris Exhibition, 1878; and a gold medal in London, 1885.

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Price History

Type Title Sold Price
Violin Bow S/E 56 g. [Workshop of] Wed 1st December 10 £ 480.00
Violin 35.4 cm Paris [Attributed to] Mon 1st March 10 £ 26400.00
Violin Bow S/E 58 g. [Possibly by] Thu 1st February 01 £ 752.00
Violin Bow S/E 59 g. Wed 1st November 00 £ 978.00
Cello Bow S/E 84 g. Thu 1st June 89 £ 1650.00
Viola Bow S/E 65 g. Wed 1st June 88 £ 1100.00
Cello Bow S/E 75 g. Sat 1st November 86 £ 440.00
Violin 1854 Fri 1st March 96 £ 1955.00

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