Silver mounted violin bow with a round stick made of Pernambuco wood. The ebony frog has a mother-of-pearl slide and eye. Silver is used for the ferrule, heelplate, underslide and button. The face protecting the tip is made of mammoth. A silver wire wrapping and a black thumb leather protect the stick near the frog. The bow is made in the style of James Tubbs, possibly from the Bazin or Nurnberger workshop.
Royal Academy of Music Museum
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- Measurements:Total length: 745mm; Height: 26.5mm; Weight: 58.5g
- View the original record:http://www.ram.ac.uk/museum/item/24951