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Baroque violin bow, Motek Leeuwarden, circa 1995 - frog
Baroque violin bow, Motek Leeuwarden, circa 1995 - frog
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Provenance: Altea
Maker: Motek Leeuwarden
Length of back: 56.2 g
Year: approx. 1995
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Interesting baroque violin bow, Motek Leeuwarden

This exquisitely decorated contemporary baroque violin bow is a Spanish piece of work of the finest quality. This interesting bow for baroque violins was crafted by Motek Leeuwarden in Altea (Spain) approximately 1995. The stick of premium dark snakewood is of moderate thickness and was given intricately carved grooves. With an elegant frog and button made of mammoth and boxwood, this baroque violin bow is a delight to play because of its outstanding elasticity. Its balance point is at 29.3 cm of the total length of 73.8 cm (including the button) and is perceived as being in the upper half, quite centered towards the middle. We warmly recommend the bow to professional musicians, who will appreciate its bright and clear, somewhat sweet tone. Find old and contemporary baroque violins in our rarities section.

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