Baroque

H. F. Grabenstein Transitional

This is a transitional violin bow modeled after Tourte Pere by H. F. Grabenstein, a leading maker of period bows. The stick is of pernambuco and the frog is of mammoth tusk.

Daniel Latour

This bow has been sold.

An ornate, ivory mounted baroque violin bow by Daniel Latour, France c. 1970. An exact copy of a bow owned by Sigiswald Kuijken.

James Brown Transitional Bow c.1830

This transitional bow, which could function as a violin or viola bow based off its weight and dimensions, was made by James Brown in London England around 1830.  It is an interesting example of this rare maker's production.  Includes a certificate by Isaac Salchow.  $3,500