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French violin bow from Mirecourt  - frog
French violin bow from Mirecourt  - frog
French violin bow - tip
French violin bow - tip
Inventory No.: B768
Provenance: Mirecourt
Maker: Unknown
Weight: 63.6 g
Year: 1920 circa
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Excellent French violin bow, Mirecourt approx. 1920

This simple but excellent French violin bow, a work of either the Laberte or the JTL companies, was made around 1920 in Mirecourt, France. The round stick is of very good strength and high tension, made of light brown brasil wood - good bow wood that was used in times of shortness between the two wars for the production of inexpensive bows that were demanded by the market. The ebony frog is nickel mounted with pearl eye and pearl slide. The adjuster with an ebony ring. The weight is 63.6 g, the bow has its balance point centered, slightly inclined towards the upper half of the stick. An excellent and beautifully strong and active violin bow that combines all playing chartacteristics that French violin bows are sought after for by violin players around the globe - offered ready to play, producing a bright, clear and precise strong tone.

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