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In addition to being a talented bowmaker, Andre Chardon was also a renowned violin repairman and successful businessman. He headed the family company, Chanot-Chardon, selling fine quality bows and instruments. Grandson of the great violin maker Georges Chanot, Chardon began training as a luthier with his father at the age of 15, shifting to bow making after World War I. Because the family firm occupied much of his time, he was not as prolific as many of his peers, though the quality of his production was quite high. Part of his success as a bowmaker rests upon his grandfather's collection of first rate pernambuco. This bow is strong and lively, and is accompanied by a Raffin certificate.