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German violin bow with Parisian eye - frog
German violin bow with Parisian eye - frog
German violin bow with Parisian eye - frog
German violin bow with Parisian eye - head
German violin bow with Parisian eye - head
Provenance: Markneukirchen
Maker: unknown
Weight: 59.5 g
Year: 1950 circa
Tone: bright, clear, crisp
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Violin bow - excellent playing qualities, Markneukirchen

A very good German violin bow, made in the 1950'ies in Markneukirchen. It is a handmade piece of very good quality and workmanship that features recommendable playing qualities: active and crisp at play the tense and highly elastic round stick produces a strong, clear, almost French sound. The head is especially nicely worked out. The flexible stick is of very good tension and elasticity yet not too weak to play. The ebony frog is nickel mounted with delicate Parisian eye. The bow is undamaged and in perfect playing condition, the bow has it's balance point centered slightly inclined towards the lower half of the stick. The bow is very hand and produces a nice bright, strong tone.

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