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Fine Markneukirchen master violin bow
Fine Markneukirchen master violin bow
Prell-school, fine violin bow
Prell-school, fine violin bow
Inventory No.: B394
Provenance: Markneukirchen
Maker: Unknown, school of Prell
Weight: 60.2 g
Year: approx. 1900
Tone: Warm, noble

Fine German master bow

This fine master violin bow is an unmistakable master work that was crafted around 1900 of noble, dark, finely structured pernambuco wood. Its outstanding quality and characteristics gives good evidence that it was made by a master near the renowned Hermann Prell, even if its definite provenance has to remain unknown. The octagonal stick is of good strength and demonstrates excellent craftsmanship - this fine violin bow plays lively and actively at a weight of 60.2 g. The balance point of the violin bow is centered, slightly in the upper half, measured at 25.6 cm of 74.2 cm total length, including the adjuster. It is decorated in classical French style with a beautiful, carefully made ebony frog with some restoration to the frog, large mother-of-pearle eyes and a classy silver mounting. This great violin bow was made ready to play by our luthiers and recommends itself with the resonance and the character of its warm, noble sound.

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