French 3/4 violin bow, J. Pikadoulak, around 1920

3/4 violin bow by J.T.L., Mirecourt

  • strong, round stick made of brazilwood
  • J. Pikadoulak stamp 
  • narrow ebony frog with large Parisian eye
  • easy to play
  • strong, clear sound

 

This French 3/4 violin bow with a J. Pikadoulak branding (J.T.L.) is a rare and highly recommended violin bow for children, made...

3/4 violin bow by J.T.L., Mirecourt

  • strong, round stick made of brazilwood
  • J. Pikadoulak stamp 
  • narrow ebony frog with large Parisian eye
  • easy to play
  • strong, clear sound

 

This French 3/4 violin bow with a J. Pikadoulak branding (J.T.L.) is a rare and highly recommended violin bow for children, made around 1920 in Mirecourt. The round, strong stick is made of brown brazilwood; it has its felt balanced point centered, somewhat inclined towards the lower half. The beautiful nickel silver mounted ebony frog with mother of pearl eye and pretty white, greenish and rose colored mother of pearl slide also includes the three piece nickel silver adjuster. This recommended French 3/4 violin bow is in best condition and is offered ready to play with new hair, winding and leather. A quite rare and very good, strong French 3/4 violin bow that produces a warm, clear and precise sound.

€ 690.00
approx. £ 586.50
Inventory no.
B1062
Maker
JTL
Provenance
Mirecourt
Year
circa 1920
Tone
warm, clear, precise
Weight
53.0 g
French 3/4 violin bow stamped Pikadoulak
French 3/4 violin bow, J. Pikadoulak, around 1920
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