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Silver mounted violin bow, Germany
Silver mounted violin bow, Germany
Silver mounted violin bow, Germany
Excellent silver mounted violin bow, stamped Felix Martin
Excellent silver mounted violin bow, stamped Felix Martin
Inventory No.: B850
Provenance: Germany
Maker: Unknown
Weight: 62.0 g
Year: approx. 1980
Tone: Clear, strong, warm

Excellent silver mounted violin bow, stamped Felix Martin

This powerful silver mounted violin bow stamped Felix Martin is a convincing piece with excellent playing and sound properties due to its good strength, stiffness, elasticity. The octagonal stick that was crafted of red-brown pernambuco wood is a strong, active player that works well with most techniques. The bow was made in the 1980's in Germany, the maker applied a silver mounted ebony frog, a three-part adjuster and a golden-green shimmering mother-of-pearle slide. The balance-point is well centered; it is measured at 25.8 cm of a total this powerful, versatile violin bow, that was worked over by our experienced luthiers, ready to produce a strong, warm and clear sound with good volume.

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