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Silver mounted violin bow, Germany
Silver mounted violin bow, Germany
Silver mounted violin bow, Germany
Excellent silver mounted violin bow
Excellent silver mounted violin bow
Inventory No.: B850
Provenance: Germany
Maker: Unknown
Weight: 62.0 g
Year: approx. 1980
Tone: Clear, strong, warm
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Geman violin bow - strong stick, silver mounted, c.1980

This powerful silver mounted violin bow 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.

950.00 €

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