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Silver mounted violin bow, D. Reiter
Silver mounted violin bow, D. Reiter
Silver mounted violin bow, D. Reiter
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Provenance: Germany
Maker: D. Reiter
Weight: 58.4 g
Year: approx. 1970
Tone: Large, warm, clear

Silver mounted violin bow, D. Reiter

This modern silver mounted violin bow was made by D. Reiter in Germany. The bow is approximately 40 years old and preserved in good condition. The octagonal stick is made of good quality red-brown pernambuco wood, bearing the makers stamp D. Reiter on shaft above the frog. The stick is of perfect diameter and beautiful strength. The ebony frog is sterling silver mounted with white/rose pearl slide. The length is 74.2 cm. This modern German violin bow is perfectly preserved and with new hair, like all violin bows offered by Corilon violins, in immediate playing condition. The balance point is well centered. This good violin bow is convenient to play and produces a rich, clear tone. Special recommendation!

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