FARLEY, Charles Emery Born 1846 Concord, New Hampshire, died 1927 Everett, Massachusetts USA. Employed at family piano shop in Boston, Massachusetts. Active violin maker from 1883, taught by his father Nathan, below. Produced 450 instruments over his career. Classical and personal models often using native American woods. Evolved an amber coloured varnish of linseed oil and turpentine. Inconsistent workmanship. Chas. E. Farley 1908. / Boston, Mass. U.S.A. ‘Virtue duce comite fortuna’
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