Strunal is the largest violin making company in Europe and they have been going for decades. Actually they say they can trace their history through 300 years! Here is their website
They also make violins under the brand names Dvorak and Paganini.
The Strunal 220 comes from their student range but still has solid woods, inlaid purfling and ebony fittings of course. It is now called the Verona 150 from their Talent range. The Verona has a list price about £250 at the present exchange rate - that is for the violin only with Alphayue strings.
So as you see this is a very good deal! I am supplying it with a shaped styrofoam case, a Hidersine 5059 bow and a block of rosin. Dominant strings and a Glasser tailpiece have been fitted.
I only have one of these. As always, don't forget, if you want to try this violin alongside others, that is absolutely fine. Just get in touch.