German violin bow, approx. 1930

This fine German violin bow was handcrafted of finest quality red-brown pernambuco wood by an unknown German master bow maker in the 1930's. The octagonal, medium strong stick is of good elasticity and features high activity and active bounce. The violin bow was set up with a nice ebony frog that is decorated with a mother-of-pearl eye, while the slide is shimmering yellow and green. The violin bow features a singing bright and clear open sound and works very well with dark, mellow or dull sounding violins as it adds clarity to the violin tone. The bow's balance point is sensed centered, slightly shifted towards...

This fine German violin bow was handcrafted of finest quality red-brown pernambuco wood by an unknown German master bow maker in the 1930's. The octagonal, medium strong stick is of good elasticity and features high activity and active bounce. The violin bow was set up with a nice ebony frog that is decorated with a mother-of-pearl eye, while the slide is shimmering yellow and green. The violin bow features a singing bright and clear open sound and works very well with dark, mellow or dull sounding violins as it adds clarity to the violin tone. The bow's balance point is sensed centered, slightly shifted towards the upper half of the stick and measured at 27.5 cm of the total length of 74.6 cm. With its total weight of 58 g the violin bow offers comfortable and precise playing opportunities. Like all instruments and violin bows from us including Coprilon's trade-in option and an optional certificate.

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