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Fine German master bow after E. Sartory
Fine German master bow after E. Sartory
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Provenance: Germany
Maker: Unknown
Weight: 60.1 g
Year: approx. 1940
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Fine German master violin bow after E. Sartory

The French classical craftsman Eugène Sartory had an influence on German bow making that far exceeded the works of his great student, Hermann W. Prell (1875-1925). This master violin bow is another eloquent testament to the impact Sartory had; it was crafted by an unknown German bow maker around 1940. The sophisticated, precise and character-rich sound of this faithful Sartory model demonstrates a phenomenal clarity, brilliance and size. The delicate and finely detailed nuances of the bow are evident in the genuine silver-mounted ebony frog with its Parisian eye and elegant head; at 74.5 cm, it weighs 60.1 g, and its balance point is in the upper half. It is a nearly perfect piece in perfect condition, and we warmly recommend it!

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