I found this rather interesting. It's just a photo, but if you click on it you can move your cursor around to see a panorama of a violin workshop - i.e., where violins are made. It looks like a rather traditional workshop, which in my estimation, would mean that if you were to purchase one from them, you'd be out of pocket; well, let's just say "a lot of dough" and leave it at that.
BTW. I have a friend who's a violinist. He's retired now, but he keeps his one treasure (a 1700s era violin made in Italy) in good and safe keeping. Value? It's up there.