A superb German cello bow by Carl Heinrich Knopf, ca.1860
ca. 1860

Origin: Germany

A superb German cello bow made by Carl Heinrich Knopf ca. 1860-1865. This is a magnificent example of Carl Heinrich Knopf work, who was one of the best and most interesting German bow makers. His work is always of a high level, personal and recognizable also in cases when the bow was made for Kittel or Bausch. This example is in excellent state of preservation with top level sound and handling, strong with a superb projection power, suitable for a soloist. The stick is 70.4 cm long and the weight of the bow is 80.5 g.

Measurements: Germany

Certificates: A. Gartsman violins.

Price: on request.

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