Bows

Eugene Sartory

This bow has been sold.

This cello bow by Eugene Sartory was made in Paris c. 1920 at the height of his career. The round stick is mounted with an ebony frog that has a rounded heel. The frog is trimmed in silver and has a medium Parisian eye. The adjuster is silver capped, the solid cap being a feature of his work after 1910.

Gand & Bernardel

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This violin bow was made for the Gand & Bernadel firm in Paris by the Voirin shop c. 1890.  It is accompanied by a certificate from the Parisian bow expert  Jean-Francois Raffin. The bow has a frog and adjuster from the period, but not original to the stick, making it a more affordable player's bow.

Gustav Prager

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An octagonal bow from the Gustav Prager shop, near Markneukirchen. 

Herm. Albert Hoyer

An octagonal bow from the Markneukirchen maker Hermann Albert Hoyer. The frog is of fine dark ebony with the maker's stamp, a bird of prey. This bow is from later in his career, c. 1950.

Louis Morizot freres

From the workshop of the Morizot brothers on Rue du Faubourg-Saint-Vincent, this bow produces a brilliant powerful tone. It bears the L. Morizot brand stamp on the handle. The stick is of round pernambuco and is mounted in ebony and maillechort, also known as nickel silver, with a solid maillechort adjuster.

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