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French violin bow, Tourte model, Mirecourt, approx. 1950  - frog
French violin bow, Tourte model, Mirecourt, approx. 1950  - frog
French violin bow, Tourte model, Mirecourt, approx. 1950 - head
French violin bow, Tourte model, Mirecourt, approx. 1950 - head
Inventory No.: B688
Provenance: Mirecourt
Maker: J.T.L. or Laberte
Weight: 54.8 g
Year: approx. 1950
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French violin bow, Tourte model, Mirecourt, approx. 1950

This recommendable French violin bow, a perfectly preserved piece bearing a Tourte model stamp on shaft, was made approx. 1950 in Mirecourt - either in the renowned J.T.L. or the Laberte ateliers. Its strong, round stick has excellent tension - it was crafted from fine light-brown pernambuco wood and features a very well distributed diameter and a nicely designed head. The narrow ebony frog is nickel mounted and has a golden yellow shimmering mother-of-pearl slide and a mother-of-pearl eye of the same color. The balance-point is sensed well-centered and measured at 25.7 cm at a total length of 74.5 cm. This good French violin bow plays very well in active bow techniques and is easy in control and handling. Like all Corilon instruments and bows, wored over and ready to play. The bow produces a bright, clear powerful sound that deserves our best recommendation.

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