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Silver Cello bow, Finkel, Switzerland - frog
Silver Cello bow, Finkel, Switzerland - frog
Cello bow, silver mounted, Finkel Brienz
Cello bow, silver mounted, Finkel Brienz
Provenance: Brienz
Maker: Finkel workshop
Length of back: 81,1 g
Year: approx. 2000
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Swiss Finkel workshop, Silver mounted Cello bow

This elegant silver mounted cello bow stamped "Finkel Atelier" "swiss made" is a well-crafted quality piece from Switzerland: it was created with the greatest care and artisanal perfection and is a prime example of the long bow-making tradition of the Finkel family. The head of the strong octagonal stick, equipped with a silver head plate, the stick made of the light brown pernambuco, are well-shaped and elegant, as is the genuine silver mounted ebony frog. At a total length (including the button) of 71.6 cm, this good cello bow weighs 81.1 g. Its balance point is at 23.2 cm and is perceived as being centered. This silver mounted Finkel cello bow is in excellent condition. It is ready to play and will perfectly meet the musical and aesthetic expectations of demanding cellists.

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