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German Silver mounted violin bow - frog
German Silver mounted violin bow - head

German Silver mounted violin bow: bright, somewhat mellow tone

This good German violin bow by Klaus Ringer has a weight of 63.3 g and is somewhat heavier than most other bows we have in our catalog. Its octagonal shaft is stiff and features a light brown color. The bow feels very comfortable in the hand at play since it has a perfectly a centered balance-point. Its head is shaped elegantly with a "long nose" which demonstrates the maker's experience and skills. The silver mounted ebony frog is distinctively designed, the slide and the Parisian eye are made of green-yellow mother of pearl and sterling silver. The total length of the bow is 74.5 cm, its measured balance-point is at 26.8 cm from the frog end. This undamaged German violin bow was worked over by our luthiers and is offered ready to produce a warm, strong, somewhat mellow sound. The bow therefore complements well sharp and brilliant sounding violins.

Inventory No.: B725
Provenance: Germany
Maker: Klaus Ringer
Weight: 63.3 g
Year: approx. 1990
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