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A.R. Reichel violin bow - frog
A.R. Reichel violin bow - frog
A.R. Reichel violin bow - frog
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Provenance: Germany
Maker: A. R. Reichel
Weight: 60.3 g
Year: approx. 1980
Tone: Bright, open, clear
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A. R. Reichel, silver mounted violin bow, Sartory model

This good German violin bow is a beautiful copy of E. Sartory, made by A.R. Reichel approximately 1980. The bow bears the makers brandstamp on shaft. The round stick is of medium strnegth, featuring good stiffness and strength, while being a highly active player. The stick is made of premium quality lightbrown pernambuco wood mounted with a silver mounted ebony frog with Parisian eye and white-green shimmering pearl slide. The weight is 60.3 g, the length 74,6 cm. This very active German violin bow feels notably lightweight in the hand and is very convenient to play due to its perfect weight distribution, the perceived balance point is well centered. The violin bow is offered in excellent condition, ready to play. It produces bright, open clear tones with a somewhat sweet character.

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