Lightweight German Violin Bow– non-stamped, circa 1910
We have a non-branded violin bow with a single mother-of-pearl eye, fully lined, and a beautiful old piece of leather in mint condition for the winding. I left the leather winding as is to keep the balance and the overall weight of the stick on the lighter side. The silver plate that helps connect the frog to the actual bow is held in place by all pin work, no screws. This bow is in very good condition and the mother-of-pearl slide is a standout in color. The stick is pernambuco specie, nickel silver mounts, and has a bone tip. The bow plays well and is a sleeper for someone looking for a good playing wood bow.
Weight fully haired 56.0 grams