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Giuseppe (Josef) Antonio Ceruti (1785, Cremona – 1860, Mantua)
Josef Ceruti was Giovanni Battista Ceruti’s son and student and the father of Enrico Ceruti. He began working at his father’s workshop in Cremona around 1805 and inherited the business in 1817. The master’s label can only be found after he took over his father’s workshop. He strongly followed his father’s models and he designed his own, more modern, model after his father’s death. He was the teacher of Gaetano Antoniazzi.
His best instruments carry his label and an additional trademark "G.C". Those instruments are highly appreciated.
Paul Charles "le chef" Morizot (1899, Mirecourt - 1970, Epinal)
Louis Joseph MORIZOT had five sons, all born in Mirecourt, trained in the family workshop where they assisted their father, and with whom they founded "Louis MORIZOT and sons" in 1933. In 1937, the five brothers decided to leave and started "MORIZOT Brothers". They all signed their bows with the same stamp, identical to their father's. Paul Charles MORIZOT was the first son of Louis Joseph. He left the workshop in 1959.
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