French making, around 1950.

High quality anonymous work.

The spruce top opens onto an oval mouth, in the style of the “jazz” models of the time. The back has a “sun” marquetry in wavy maple.

The inside of the body is varnished.

The sides are decorated with a diamond bordered with marquetry fillets.

The fingerboard is divided by non-protruding frets, specific to the playing of glissando, typical of the instrument.

A few minor accidents.

Length: 97cm