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Richard Weichold violin bow, ca. 1910 - frog
Richard Weichold violin bow, ca. 1910 - frog
Lively violin bow: Weichold, Dresden - head
Lively violin bow: Weichold, Dresden - head
Provenance: Dresden
Maker: Richard Weichold
Weight: 59.3 g
Year: 1910 circa
Tone: Warm, melting, fuid
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Lively violin bow: Weichold, Dresden

This excellent violin bow by highly esteemed Richard Weichold was made around 1910 in Dresden. The round, highly elastic stick of good strength is crafted of exquisite red-brown pernambuco and has an ebony frog with genuine silver fittings, a mother-of-pearl eye and a white-green colored mother-of-pearl slide. The delicately crafted head follows the model of F.X. Tourte shows exquisitely mastery. This recommednable Richard Weichold violin bow has been extensively played and is offered in good condition. An alteration at the frog for convenient thumb grip is considered in the price. This recommendable violin bow is perfectly balanced, it has its balance point well-centered, measured at 25.8 cm including the length of the adjuster. This very agile bow has been worked over and is ready to demonstrate outstanding playing qualities - it creates a warm, rounded, fluid, melting sound.

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