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Violin bow, French violin bow, Ecole de Bazin, France approx. 1900 - frog
Violin bow, French violin bow, Ecole de Bazin, France approx. 1900 - frog
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Provenance: Mirecourt
Maker: Unknown
Weight: 54.0 g
Year: approx. 1930
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French violin bow, Ecole de Bazin (certificate J.F. Raffin)

This French violin bow of the Bazin school was crafted around the year 1930. The quality of the workmanship reflects the grand French violin bow-making tradition. The strong round stick is made of fine quality pernambuco wood of a red-brown color. Its centered balance point is relatively centered due to its excellent weight distribution, measuring at 26.4 cm of the total length of 73.4 cm. The bow is in perfect condition, and it plays fluidly and somewhat softly. It produces a warm, bright, precise sound that is powerful yet well-rounded, full of volume and noble character. The ebony frog is mounted with premium nickel fittings; the frog’s wide mouth further underscores the unique style of this bow. This beautiful, typically French bow is offered ready to play, with a certificate of authenticity and an evaluation for € 2,000 issued by J. F. Raffin Paris.

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