German, non-stamped Violin Bow – Circa 1960
We have a bow made in Germany and branded on the bottom flat of the bow directly behind the frog of the bow. I believe the bow was made in the Markneukirchen area of the country and was a stick that was made for the trade and sold as a house bow for a violin shop in Europe. The bow is in excellent condition and has beautiful leather grips for the winding. It is round in section and of pernambuco specie. The frog is fully lined, and the mother of pearl slide is gorgeous with green/blue, and pink hues. The ebony frog has single mother-of-pearl eyes.
Weight fully haired 62.0 grams.