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Markneukirchen violin bow - ebony frog with Pearl eye
Markneukirchen violin bow - head

Markneukirchen violin bow of the 1950ies, bright, fluid tone

This strong yet elastic violin bow is a fluid player, it was handcrafted in Germany in the 1950ies in Markneukirchen. The bow is made of beautifully red pernambuco wood, the round stick is carved precisely and features a good weight - diameter distribution. The ebony ebony has a Peal eye and is nickel mounted. The overall length of the bow is 74,1 cm, the weight 58.5 g. The felt balance point is well centered and measured at 27,3 cm from the frog end including the length of the adjuster. This good Markneukirchen violin bow produces a warm, sweet, bright sound and complements brilliant, sharp toned violins.

Inventory No.: B724
Provenance: Germany
Maker: Unknown
Weight: 58.5 g
Year: approx. 1950
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