Charles Nicolas Bazin: fine silver mounted violin bow, c.1880, after Lupot

Made in Mirecourt early in the late 19th century around 1885, this fine silver mounted violin bow by Charles Nicolas Bazin is of simplicity and elegance, modeled after Lupot as indicated by the stamp on shaft above the frog. The round stick is of medium/soft strength - this bow does not allow too much pressure at play - and made of premium quality brown pernambuco wood. The blank ebony frog with silver mounts and a delicate Pearl eye and slide. This good C. N. Bazin violin bow has an overall length of...

Made in Mirecourt early in the late 19th century around 1885, this fine silver mounted violin bow by Charles Nicolas Bazin is of simplicity and elegance, modeled after Lupot as indicated by the stamp on shaft above the frog. The round stick is of medium/soft strength - this bow does not allow too much pressure at play - and made of premium quality brown pernambuco wood. The blank ebony frog with silver mounts and a delicate Pearl eye and slide. This good C. N. Bazin violin bow has an overall length of 74.4, a fine violin bow that plays softly and fluidly and produces a noble and classy, warm, resonant, bright, somewhat melllow resonant tone. A certificate of authenticity by J. F. Raffin, Paris is included in the price.
Further reading: The fathers Bazin: the great name of Mirecourt bow making

C. N. Bazin - Silver mounted violin bow, after Lupot - noble tone - frog
Charles Nicolas Bazin - Silver mounted violin bow, after Lupot - noble tone - head
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