Violin moulds and templates


These moulds and templates allow you to save time and gain precision in the making of your own instrument by following legendary models.

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When making a violin, you always start by creating models and a mould. It is a tedious but precise task which also needs a complete documentation to be carried out. That is why I offer you a complete solution with moulds and templates for violins that come from well-known models. These are models straight out of the Academia Cremonensis, which features the most famous Italian violin-makers.

Italian violin moulds and templates
This high-quality birch mould will hold the blocks and ribs.

Italian violin mould and templates

Cremonese violin moulds and templates
These models and designs come directly from Cremonese instruments.

These moulds and templates are the ideal starting point for making a violin according to professional methods. They fit perfectly into the traditional practices of modern violin-making.

You can find the following models:

What’s in the box

  • Firstly, an inner mould made of high-quality birch plywood. This is not only very sturdy but also mildew resistant.
  • Then, you can find templates that are necessary to draw the outlines of each part: outline of the top and back, outline of the neck and scroll, models of blocks, carving references for the top and back, and a template for the f-holes.
  • In addition, there are instructions on how to assemble the mould and how the different templates work.
  • Finally, additional details on the instrument and its creator give you further knowledge on the context surrounding the masterpiece you are going to reproduce.
Violin moulds and templates shapes
The detachable shapes make it possible to faithfully reproduce each violin model.


Why choose this solution?

Making the moulds and different shapes needed to create a violin is a tedious task. Indeed, it requires tools and a specific knowledge sometimes hardly accessible.

By choosing this option, you save yourself from long hours of research and preparation when you just want to get into working. Moreover, the precision given by these models is only accessible by machines and specialised equiment that few people can afford.

Therefore, they are an excellent basis for someone wishing to get into making their own violin.

More details


1715 Cremonese, 1716 Messiah, 1730 Kreisler, 1743 Canon


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Payment options

Each order must be paid in full before it is shipped. We currently accept the following forms of payment:

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Delivery costs
Tracked letter Bow* Violin and Viola       Cello
France Free Free Free Free
DOM-TOM 7,00€ 20,00€ 25,00€ On request
Europe 7,00€ 17,00€ 25,00€ On request
World zone 1 7,00€ 25,00€ 30,00€ On request
World zone 2 7,00€ 30,00€ 60,00€ On request

*Large accessories that cannot be sent in a tracked letter format will be sent in the same class packaging as bows. This will be the case for chin straps, for example.

Countries outside the European Union may apply a customs tax. Additional charges may apply depending on the content of the package. Please do not hesitate to contact me or the customs office in your country if you have any questions or concerns.

Deliveries for strings and accessories that measure under 3 cm are made in registered mail format and are therefore sent by the French Post Office. This applies both to national and international deliveries. This is a simple and efficient way to have your order shipped to you directly.

For larger accessories and instruments, I use the Chronopost or TNT solutions. A tracked shipment can either be delivered directly to your home or to a pick-up location, depending on your preference, which you will be asked to specify at checkout.

I generally ship orders between 1 and 4 working days. However, in exceptional circumstances, such as when travelling, I may not be able to meet these deadlines. In this case I will inform you as soon as possible.

For shipments outside of France, transporters may differ depending on the daily quotation.

DOM-TOM : Guadeloupe – Martinique – Guyana – Mayotte – Reunion – Saint Pierre and Miquelon – Saint Barthélemy – Saint Martin.

World zone 1: Albania – Andorra – Armenia – Belarus – Bosnia – Georgia – Gibraltar – Guernsey – Canary Islands – Faroe Islands – Iceland – Jersey – Macedonia – Moldova – Montenegro – Russia – San Marino – Serbia – Turkey – Ukraine – Vatican.

World zone 2: All other countries outside of Europe, DOM-TOM and world zone 1 territories.

Returns and exchanges

You have 14 days from the date of delivery to make a return or exchange. You must return all the items within 30 days of delivery, with the return form and your receipt of purchase included. Returns and exchanges will be refused if the return form and receipt are not included.

If you have any questions regarding payment or delivery, please contact me directly.