Jérôme Thibouville-Lamy was a workshop in the 1900s that merged the talents of several french ateliers. Eager to enter the market for stringed instruments, Louis Emile Jérôme Thibouville partnered with Charles Buthod and Charles-Claude Husson to establish an international platform for the sale of fine French instruments. Buthod and Husson were both established ateliers from Mirecourt, while Thibouville came from a family that crafted mainly woodwind and brass instruments. The company became notorious for its root in Parisian tradition and excellence in craftsmanship.
Labeled “LE PETITE FILS DE / GERONIMO GRANDINI / PARIS”.