Bow for violin.
University of Edinburgh
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- Measurements:745.TD: The octagonal, concave stick is probably made of ironwood (?) or dark pernambuco (?) and ends in a fish-shaped head (see Decorative Features). The rounded ebony frog has a large mother-of-pearl decorative eye and a silver (?) one-piece (combined) ferrule and slide with a rectangular hole in the bottom. It also has a silver (?) heelplate. The cylindrical button is made of reddish-brown wood and has two rings. The nipple is very neatly made.Weight: 57.5 (some hair missing).Hair length: 645.Balance point: 305.Head height: 16.6.Head width: 11.3.Face length: 25.1.Tip diameter: 6.6.Frog diameter: 8.25.Nipple range: 0.9 to 1.1.Period of oscillation: 1.41.Distance from pivot to tail: 70.0.Button length: 23.5.Ferrule width: 11.85.Frog + stick height: 26.5.Frog top length: 41.7.
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