Bow for violin.
Repair History: Where part of the back of the head is missing - from the back of the mortise, there was a past repair - glue and a pin hole remain on the thumb side.
Probably early 19thcentury
University of Edinburgh
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- Measurements:744.TD: The concave, octagonal, pernambuco stick has remains of a leather grip stuck to it, and an ebony head face lining on its modern head. Its screw-mechanism, squared (without sharp corners), ebony frog is almost completely surrounded by silver (?). The silver(?) backplate is held on by two pins. The silver (?) bottomplate and ferrule are one piece, and it looks as if there is no room for a ferrule wedge. The nickel (?) underslide extends over the front of the frog, and was at one time held in by two pins (one is missing). The octagonal ebony button had two rings (one is missing) but the remaining one is silver (?).Weight: 58 (no hair; headface missing).Hair length: 650 (no hair).Balance point: 248.Head height: 23.2.Head width: 11.0.Face length: 23.8.Tip diameter: 6.3.Frog diameter: 8.25.Nipple range: 1.9 to 2.1.Period of oscillation: 1.37.Distance from pivot to tail: 65.75.Button length: 16.3.Ferrule width: 13.85.Frog + stick height: 27.2.Frog top length: 46.2.
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