Albert Nürnberger Violin Bow for Chanot, circa 1920

£2,500

Albert Nürnberger Violin Bow for Chanot, circa 1920

This is a lovely Markneukirchen bow made for the London firm of Chanot by the Nürnberger workshop. The head and the pinning of the underslide are identical to this authentically branded Nürnberger. The stick is of round section mid-brown pernambuco, mounts are of silver and ebony. The condition is excellent.

Another great all-rounder, at 73.9cm this bow would be ideal for a smaller player. It draws a big warm sound, playing well on and off the string with a calm and easy personality. Nürnbergers are particularly popular with professional orchestral players who value their solidity and reliability.

Length 73.9 cm, weight 60.5 grams

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Albert Nürnberger Violin Bow for Chanot, circa 1920 Albert Nürnberger Violin Bow for Chanot, circa 1920
Albert Nürnberger Violin Bow for Chanot, circa 1920 Albert Nürnberger Violin Bow for Chanot, circa 1920

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