A good, rare French violin bow by Guinot, ca. 1845.
ca. 1845.

Origin: France.

A fine, rare French violin bow made by Charles Jopseph Theodore Guinot ca. 1845. The ferrule is later made. This is a nice and interesting example in a good state of preservation. The stick is beautiful golden brown amourette, round with fine handling and wonderful tone. The general characteristics and feel of this bow is very much in line with great French bows from mid 19th century. The weight of the bow is 59 g and the length of the stick is 73.1 cm.

Measurements: France.

Certificates: J.F. Raffin, S. Bigot, Y. Le Canu.

Price: on request.

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