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Marc Laberte violin bow. Ebony frog with Parisian eye.
Marc Laberte violin bow. Ebony frog with Parisian eye.
Marc Laberte violin bow. Ebony frog with Parisian eye.
Marc Laberte violin bow. Head and tip.
Marc Laberte violin bow. Head and tip.
Inventory No.: B822
Provenance: Mirecourt
Maker: Marc Laberte
Weight: 63.7 g
Year: mid 20th century
Tone: Warm, large, French
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French violin bow. Marc Laberte, silver mounted

This recommendable French violin bow was made in the mid 20th century and bears the original stamp; it comes from the Marc Laberte ateliers and was made in Mirecourt. The round stick is made of orange-brown pernambuco; it is moderatley strong and efatures high tension. The silver mounted frog is made of ebony and is adorned with a Parisian eye and a silver capsule adjuster. The head of the bow is pretty and crafted with great attention to detail; the bow's total length is 74.3 cm, it has its balance point centered which is measured at 26.4 cm including the length of the adjuster. The sound this beautiful and perfectly preserved Marc Laberte bow produces is typically French: large, warm, noble with perfect clarity.

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