Cello Bows

 

  • English, Furber School circa 1790 (Classical)
N. Maline, Mirecourt circa 1870

Very fine cello bow of exceptional quality by this great master, largely inspired by Peccatte. Round Pernambuco wood stick mounted in silver and ebony; frog with pearl eyes; three part adjuster; Vuillaume style mounts. Very good condition.

Alfred Lamy (Ce) Paris, circa 1900

Stunning mint condition bow with excellent weight. Silver and ebony mounted round Pernambuco wood stick; frog wth pearl eyes; three part adjuster; branded "A.Lamy a Paris"; weight = 81g

Eugene Sartory, Paris, circa 1930 (Ce)

Very fine bow by the great French master - good weight and excellent playing stick. Pictures to follow...

James Dodd, London circa 1830

Fine bow in very good condition. Nickel & ebony mounted octagonal stick. Weight = 78grams

Dodd School (Ce) mid 19th C.  SCB45

Very fine round Pernambuco wood stick mounted in silver and ebony - mounts by W.E.Hill & Sons

J.A. Vigneron (Ce) SCB46

Good and typical bow by this great French master despite a historic repair to the stick at the head. Vigneron is renowned for outstanding playing qualities of his sticks.

W.E.Hill & Sons  Ce SCB39

Fine bow - unbranded but of the quality of bows branded "W.E.H.& S.". Fine condition. Silver and ebony round pernambuco wood stick

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