T Pampolin Brasil Peccatte Replica Ipe Sterling Silver Violin Bow
19th century French bowmaker Dominique Peccatte was known for making sturdier bows than his fellow French luthiers, and Brazilian bowmaker Tiago Pampolin enjoys making bows in the style of Pecatte. This round-section violin bow is made of ipe, a very dense Brazilian hardwood and features sterling silver mounts and silver tinsel winding. The fully-lined ebony frog has both the eyes and slide made from mother-of-pearl. A lizard leather thumb grip, bone tip, and three-piece silver and ebony adjuster complete the bow.
Weight fully haired 60.7 grams.