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Marc Laberte, French violin bow, circa 1950

French violin bow by Marc Laberte, which was made in Mirecourt in the middle of the 20th century. The round, active stick is made of fine quality reddish-brown pernambuco and is of medium strength and soft, forgiving elasticity. The nickel-silver mounted, ebony frog is fitted with a mother-of-pearl eye and a three-part leg. The head of the 74.5 cm long violin bow is beautifully crafted and...

French violin bow by Marc Laberte, which was made in Mirecourt in the middle of the 20th century. The round, active stick is made of fine quality reddish-brown pernambuco and is of medium strength and soft, forgiving elasticity. The nickel-silver mounted, ebony frog is fitted with a mother-of-pearl eye and a three-part leg. The head of the 74.5 cm long violin bow is beautifully crafted and detailed. The measured balance point is 26.5 cm from the frog's end and is felt to be in the middle of the lower half. The noble, warm, French-bright and silky sound produced by this beautiful Laberte violin bow is typically French, clear, warm, large, yet fluid, bright and clear. Free worldwide delivery - 30 days return policy - trade-in guarantee.

€ 1,990.00
approx. £ 1,691.50
Inventory no.
B1214
Maker
Marc Laberte
Provenance
Mirecourt
Year
circa 1950
Tone
warm, radiant, sophisticated, French
Weight
55,1 g
Marc Laberte
Marc Laberte, French violin bow, circa 1950
Marc Laberte, French violin bow, circa 1950
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