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Lightweight German violin bow, approx. 1900 - frog
Interesting lightweight German violin bow, approx. 1900 - tip

Interesting antique German violin bow, approx. 1900, lightweight

This interesting lightweight violin bow with a sweet, clear sound was crafted approx. 1900 in an unknown workshop of Germany or Switzerland. The beautifully finished head is full of character, a piece of experienced craftsmanship as is the round, elastic stick, that features a good weight distribution with sensed balance-point perfectly and broadly centered. The bow has a total length of 74.5 cm and a total weight of 53.0 g; it is decorated by the nickel mounts of the ebony frog, a Pearl eye and a mother-of-pearl slide. The experts in our atelier completely worked over this lightweight violin bow, that is with slight optical flaws at the outer ring of the adjuster in perfect condition - like all instruments and bows form us offered ready to play - and features a convincingly clear, bright, sweet sound. A great and very handy bow for virtuoso play.

Inventory No.: B719
Provenance: Markneukirchen
Maker: Unknown
Weight: 53.0 g
Year: approx. 1900
Tone: Bright, clear, sweet
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