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German master violin bow with hexadecanal stick - frog
German master violin bow with hexadecanal stick - frog
German master violin bow
German master violin bow
Inventory No.: B75
Provenance: Germany
Maker: unknown master
Weight: 57.8 g
Year: 1890 circa
Tone: dark, noble

German master violin bow, 19th century

This fine German master violin bow is a very interesting masterpiece of the late 19th century, that was crafted by an unknown master and features an unstamped stick. This fine fine violin bow was made of finest quality pernambuco wood that was worked out in a rare hexadecanal manner with rounded edges. The ebony frog is silver mounted with a Parisian eye. The German master violin bow has it's balance point in the lower third of the stick towards the middle, the stick is elastic and flexible and of very good strength. A rare violin bow producing a fine dark noble tone, that is offered ready to play.

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