French 3/4 violin bow, around 1920 - probably Francois Lotte

3/4 violin bow from Mirecourt, probably by François Lotte

  • strong, round stick made of brazilwood
  • narrow, polished ebony frog
  • characteristically shaped head 
  • original winding
  • well balanced, reactive, easy to play, immediate response
  • powerful, radiant, bright and clear sound


This very good, simple...

3/4 violin bow from Mirecourt, probably by François Lotte

  • strong, round stick made of brazilwood
  • narrow, polished ebony frog
  • characteristically shaped head 
  • original winding
  • well balanced, reactive, easy to play, immediate response
  • powerful, radiant, bright and clear sound


This very good, simple French 3/4 violin bow is a rare and highly recommended children's bow which was made around 1920 in Mirecourt, probably in the workshop of Francois Lotte. The round, sturdy stick is made of light brown brazilwood; it has its perceived center of gravity in the middle. The three-piece nickel silver leg is also part of the beautiful features of the bare ebony frog. This simple but playable French 3/4 violin bow is in excellent condition and is offered ready to play. A perfectly playing, powerful French 3/4 violin bow that produces a warm, clear and precise sound. Please note our trade-in guarantee.

€ 790.00
approx. $ 861.10
Inventory no.
B1203
Maker
Lotte
Provenance
Mirecourt
Year
circa 1920
Tone
warm, clear, radiant, precise
Weight
45,9 g
Francois Lotte 3/4 Geigenbogen
French 3/4 violin bow, around 1920 - probably Francois Lotte
French 3/4 violin bow, around 1920 - probably Francois Lotte
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