She's had it about twenty years, and an original from the 19th century.A nice set of photos with all the typical fittings on that violin, Teka chinrest but with padding, Wolf Forte Primo shoulder rest & Tourte rubber mute (the cheaper USA models work just fine though) with a G A Milner fitted bridge (N Yorkshire?).
I wonder if that wing crack is solidly glued (& cleated) or moving? Something that can occur a bit too often.
A nice violin but she is attractive too. I had a person drop in yesterday for a replacement string & I let him put it on because I think it was a Vuillaume & worth double the value of my house. He wants a replacement bridge so I will be feeling a little nervous doing it. My violin is over 200 years old, but it's not that valuable, although something bought while young while I didn't have other financial considerations (like having enough to live off during retirement). The fiddle in my thumbnail is a modified Skylark with recarved plates, hollowed fingerboard & grafted long peg box etc & made into a Hardanger styled fiddle (just to play the Rohirrin theme from Lord of the Rings). I've since replaced the resonant string's pegs with internal geared Wittner ones instead of the string benders (in the peg box). I was using it later for playing Scottish fiddle music & other folk type music. Note the Teka chinrest.
Nice project on the Fender amp. I viewed your video on YouTube.Some square pix for my Bandcamp music.
Below A Replica Tweed Deluxe DIY 5e3 kit amp from Tube Depot. And a 70s Classic Fender Strat I got back in 1999. A great combination for studio recording.