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German violin bow by Joseph Richter

This violin bow was handmade in approx. 1980 by Joseph Richter in Germany. Its strong, round stick was made of quality brazil wood and is decorated with a fine setup that is highly motivating to play: the handmadse ebony frog is nickel mounted, with golden-light-yellow shimmering mother-of-pearl eyes, the slide is decorated with green-golden mother-of-pearl.  At a total length of 73.5 cm and a total weight of 61.9 g the sensed balance-point is located in the upper third of the violin bow, and it is measured at 26.9 cm. With good playing qualities this violin bow features a large, warm and clear sound. Includes Corilon's trade-guarantee and an...

This violin bow was handmade in approx. 1980 by Joseph Richter in Germany. Its strong, round stick was made of quality brazil wood and is decorated with a fine setup that is highly motivating to play: the handmadse ebony frog is nickel mounted, with golden-light-yellow shimmering mother-of-pearl eyes, the slide is decorated with green-golden mother-of-pearl.  At a total length of 73.5 cm and a total weight of 61.9 g the sensed balance-point is located in the upper third of the violin bow, and it is measured at 26.9 cm. With good playing qualities this violin bow features a large, warm and clear sound. Includes Corilon's trade-guarantee and an optional certificate of appraisal.

Deutscher Geigenbogen von Joseph Richter
German violin bow by Joseph Richter
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