DURRO Violin Bow, Germany, Trade Bow Circa 1955
The bow is branded DURRO. The bow is of pernambuco specie, octagonal in section, and has an imitation whalebone winding and leather thumb grip. The bow is a German trade bow made for sale in the West. It plays very well and yes; it is easy to handle. The bow responds to an aggressive player but also delivers a beautiful sound for the player who has a light touch. Nice camber in the stick and perfect for the player looking for a well-balanced lighter gram weight bow. I was not disappointed at all. A great playing bow. The bow has nickel mounts and a fully lined ebony frog with mother-of-pearl eyes and slide.
Weight fully haired 57.0 grams.