Seeking Luthier in Berlin

November 20, 2017, 8:13 AM · Hi

I've just moved to Berlin, and it seems that my violins did *not* like the journey. Both have popped a seam, one is jsut a little bit of visible daylight but the other is a big parting along the top of the back/rib join. As best I can tell it is just the glue, but I can't possibly play it.

The badly unglued one was inherited, and is an 1860s Dagani, so I'd really like to get it fixed well but it's a new city so I have no idea where I could. Help?

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