I have only sold three of these so far but they were very well received, with one teacher saying he would buy it himself if the pupil didn't. Unfortunately it is very difficult to persuade people to leave product reviews.
I discovered this maker in the summer of 2016 and was immediately impressed with the model I tried, which is the one on my website called "Superior Chinese violin"
This is two models up from that one. It is made from start to finish by one experienced luthier. And by the way, it costs me nearly four times as much as the Superior Chinese violin which has proved so successful with players around Grade 8 (if only people would review them!!). The reviews I have had orally have been very favourable.
This violin has a beautifully done antique finish.
It's very well made as you would expect - look at that scroll for example, it's beautiful. The one have in stock right now is fitted with Pirastro Aricore strings. As far as I can make out from the very limited amount I can play these days, the tone is similar to the Heritage instruments that I had previously from The Soundpost.
Goodness knows how much this would cost through the usual wholesaler route, neither of the wholesalers I deal with even offers a single maker violin.
I really need to come up with a name for these, and who knows, if they catch on as they deserve to, even my own label.