Fine violin bow: Richard Weichold, Dresden circa 1880

This fine violin bow by highly esteemed Richard Weichold was made around 1880 in Dresden. The lightweight, octagonal, highly elastic and highly active stick of good strength is crafted of exquisite red-brown pernambuco and has a fine ebony frog with silver fittings, a mother-of-pearl eye and a white-green colored mother-of-pearl slide. The delicately crafted head and frog show exquisitely mastery. This fine Richard Weichold violin bow is perfectly balanced, it has its balance point well-centered and is an extremely agile violin bow suitable for virtuoso play that features a bright, warm, sweet sound. Like all

This fine violin bow by highly esteemed Richard Weichold was made around 1880 in Dresden. The lightweight, octagonal, highly elastic and highly active stick of good strength is crafted of exquisite red-brown pernambuco and has a fine ebony frog with silver fittings, a mother-of-pearl eye and a white-green colored mother-of-pearl slide. The delicately crafted head and frog show exquisitely mastery. This fine Richard Weichold violin bow is perfectly balanced, it has its balance point well-centered and is an extremely agile violin bow suitable for virtuoso play that features a bright, warm, sweet sound. Like all violin bows from us this includes Corilon's trade-in option and an optional certificate of appraisal.

 
€ 4,990.00
approx. £ 4,491.00
Inventory no.
B795
Provenance
Dresden
Year
circa 1880
Tone
warm, bright
Weight
55.0 g
Fine violin bow by Richard Weichold, late 19th century
Fine violin bow by Richard Weichold, late 19th century - distinctive head
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