From the rules on country of origin labelling, I can safely date this violin to between 1890 and 1914.
Stainer copies are very common of course, with the cheapest ones being stamped Stainer on the back. This one is not stamped but labelled.
It has has some rather strange thing done the the button (where the neck joins the body) for no reason that I can think of, however that will not affect playing. Also there is an F hole crack that has been glued (this is par for the course with violins of this age!).
The brown coloured pictures are closer to the actual colour of the violin but please note that the picture of the scroll shows the old pegs which did not match. The new ones are shown in other pictures.
Fitted with new tuning pegs and a new bridge and Dominant strings, this violin sounds great!