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Pernambuco violin bow, approx. 1940 - ebony frog with pearl eye
Pernambuco violin bow, approx. 1940 - ebony frog with pearl eye
Pernambuco violin bow, approx. 1940 - ebony frog with pearl eye
Pernambuco violin bow, approx. 1940 - finely finished head
Pernambuco violin bow, approx. 1940 - finely finished head
Provenance: Unknown
Maker: Unknown
Weight: 56.4 g
Year: 1900 circa
Tone: Clear, warm, strong
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Fine silver mounted violin bow, c.1900 - unknown

This fine silver mounted violin bow of unknown origin was made around 1900. It features a beautiful lightweight stick and is a very suitable players´s bow that produces a bright, warm quality sound. Its tense yet elastic round stick is beautifully equipped with a silver mounted ebony frog (some repairs to the ebony of the frog) that is equipped with a beautiful three-part silver-ebony adjuster. The sensed balance-point of this fine bow is located in the lower half of the stick. Players will love this fine and versatile violin bow for its beautiful and nuanced sound, it is a fine bow that works well with most violins.

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