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Fine German Cello bow
Fine German Cello bow
Fine German Cello bow
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Inventory No.: A114
Provenance: Germany
Maker: Unknown
Length of back: 82.6 g
Year: approx. 1920

German cello bow - 1920's, active and strong

This fine German master cello bow with a horn frog was crafted around 1920 in Markneukirchen. A cello bow that is highly active and tense at play, with excellent bounce properties. Due to its well-balanced weight distribution and a sensend balance point that is well centered, slightly shifted towards the frog, it features excellent playing properties and lies perfectly in the hand. The measured balance-point is at 24.5 cm, including the adjuster; the total weight is 82.6 g. The highly tense round stick was made of quality fernambuk wood. This fine cello bow offered here features an elegantly designed head and a silver mounted horn frog - the perfectly preserved, tasteful work of a skilled and experienced master. The sound is bright and powerful.

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