Updated for October 2020

 

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Bows are a particular passion of ours and we always have a good selection – pictured and described here are a selection of hand picked examples from our stock, the older bows being prepared to very high standards, guaranteed and ready to play. We would be delighted to hear from you should you require any further information.

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Violin Bows

Arnold Voigt, Markneukirchen circa 1910

German silver-mounted circa 1900

German silver-mounted bow circa 1900

Artist ‘Bauch model’, Czech circa 1900

De Souza special quality Brazilian bow

French, Morizot freres circa 1930


New silver-mounted Brazilian bow, Renata Casara


August Edwin Prager, Markneukirchen circa 1930


BAUCH workshops circa 1890


New silver-mounted Brazilian bow by J Galacha

Coda ‘Diamond GX’ silver mounted 60.4 grammes


Wilhelm Herrmann 1920-1940, 61.8 grammes


 

Marc Laberte, Mirecourt circa 1910, 61.2 grammes


John Clutterbuck 1998

John Clutterbuck, new


Interesting silver-mounted French bow, maker unknown


F Leclair Lyon contemporary, 62.1 grammes


French by Broullier & Lotte circa 1920


Louis Joseph Morizot (pere) circa 1920, 61.1 grammes


 

Viola Bows

An excellent VIOLA BOW by W E Hill & Sons in good condition


A beautiful VIOLA BOW by James Dodd
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Silver & ebony mounted by Grant Fay


Silver and ebony mounted by John Clutterbuck, new.


 

Cello Bows

John Clutterbuck (ex W E Hill & Sons) 


Gotthard Schuster, 80.8 grammes


Jerome Thibouville-Lamy, silver & ebony mounted circa 1900


Roderich Paesold, 81.5 grammes


P W Bryant, 79.4 grammes


Louis Morizot, 72.4 grammes


W Seifert, Germany


Renate Casara, Brazil


Charles Bazin (nickel mounted), 80.9 grammes


Charles Bazin circa 1900, silver & ebony mounted, round stick


Gold mounted and engraved Tubbs model, 79.7 grammes