German violin bow after Tourte, silver mounted

This genuine silver mounted  German violin bow was made approx. in 1940 following the patterns of the famous master Tourte, as indicated by the brandstamp on shaft. The bow has a total weight of 58.5 g which makes it very convenient to play, with a balance point centered slightly shiged towards the lower half of the stick. The round stick is made of pernambuco wood and features good tension, strength and elasticity. The characteristically shaped ebony frog is silver mounted with a white mother-of-pearl slide. This Tourte model

This genuine silver mounted  German violin bow was made approx. in 1940 following the patterns of the famous master Tourte, as indicated by the brandstamp on shaft. The bow has a total weight of 58.5 g which makes it very convenient to play, with a balance point centered slightly shiged towards the lower half of the stick. The round stick is made of pernambuco wood and features good tension, strength and elasticity. The characteristically shaped ebony frog is silver mounted with a white mother-of-pearl slide. This Tourte model violin bow produces a warm, large sound and features good playing properties.

Modell Tourte, Geigenbogen aus Markneukirchen
German violin bow after Tourte, silver mounted
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