Eugene Sartory Violin Bow, Paris circa 1910

Eugene Sartory Violin Bow, Paris circa 1910

This is a very attractive Sartory violin bow – some wear to the handle otherwise in top good condition. A strong stick from the maker’s best period, with excellent playing qualities.
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Jules Fetique Violin Bow, Paris 1937

Jules Fetique Violin Bow, Paris 1937

This is an unusually fine Jules Fétique violin bow made for the 1937 Paris Exhibition. It’s in top condition and it’s a great player with a big and velvety sound.
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Eugene Sartory Violin Bow, Paris circa 1910

Eugene Sartory Violin Bow, Paris circa 1910

Another very fine Sartory violin bow from around 1910, regarded by many as this maker’s best period. It’s in top condition and the sound is unusually good (even for a Sartory).
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Etienne Pajeot Violin Bow, MIrecourt circa 1830

Etienne Pajeot Violin Bow, Mirecourt circa 1830

This is a great bow by Etienne Pajeot, one of the most important of early 19th century makers. It’s original in all parts but presented here with a copy frog by Simon Guillaume. Very good condition and a terrific playing bow.
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Pierre Simon Violin Bow, Paris circa 1865

Pierre Simon Violin Bow, Paris circa 1865

This is a very good Pierre Simon violin bow, made around 1865 and carrying the maker’s own brand. It’s a fantastic bow for a player, strong and stable with a brilliant solistic sound.
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