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Strong, active violin bow, by Klaus Ringer, Silver - frog
Strong, active violin bow, by Klaus Ringer, Silver - frog
Strong, active violin bow, by Klaus Ringer, Silver - head
Strong, active violin bow, by Klaus Ringer, Silver - head
Inventory No.: B770
Provenance: Germany
Maker: Karl Heinz Richter
Weight: 63.5 g
Year: approx. 1970

Strong, active violin bow, by Karl Heinz Richter, Silver

This strong and recommendable German violin bow was made by Karl Heinz Richter, it is originally stamped and a mid / late 20th century piece of work, handmade in approximately the 1970's. With its strong, octagonal pernambuco stick that plays surprisingly actively, this good silver munted violin bow produces a strong, warm rounded sound. The balance point is centered, slightly inclied towards the upper half of the stick and as a result the bow feels very handy, the balance point measured at 26.6 cm from the frog end including the adjuster. The frog is silver mounted with a Parisian eye. The total length is 74.0 cm- This recommendable, versatile Karl Heinz Richter bow is undamaged, worked over with new hair and is suitable for active and advanced, good, strong players.

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