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Turning a violin from a humble block of wood into the perfectly balanced instrument we are all so familiar with takes a superb craftsman. Sit back and admire their exquisite work.
The decorative lined edges are known as 'purfling'. They are in fact 0.3mm thin strips of stained maple and pearwood, inlaid into the body of the violin. German Violin maker Stefan-Peter Greiner adds this precision detail to the edges around the ribs. Picture: DPA/ Press Association Images
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