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A fine French certified cello bow by Cuniot-Hury, ca.1890.

A fine French authentic cello bow made by Cuniot-Hury (Cuniot Eugène) ca.1890 and certified by J.F. Raffin in Paris.

Beautiful brown elegant pernambuco stick, round shaped, made in a C.H. model, with a good balance and curve, signed on the stick.

The length of the stick is around 69,8 cm (4/4 size), and the weight of the bow is ca. 77 g.

It comes with a new hair, new silver winding and leather grip, ready to play.

Beautiful ebony frog - model Vuilaulme, with pearl eyes and three part original adjuster.

All parts are original.

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Eugène Cuniot-Hury (1861–1910) was a French archetier and bow maker based in Mirecourt, France.

Eugène Cuniot-Hury was son of Pierre Cuniot who was also an archetier / bow maker.
Eugene Cuniot-Hury apprenticed with his father[1] and became the teacher and employer of many outstanding
French archetiers including: Emile Francois Ouchard(apprenticed with him 1886-1910 and succeeded his business), 
Pierre Maline and Louis MorizotAlfred Lamy worked for Cuniot-Hury as well.[2]

Son of Pierre Cuniot

Customer Reviews

Review by Henry
The cello bow CUNIOT-HURY,was an interetsing cello bow to play with.
The bow is not to heay,not to light,just perfect.

How about the Victor Fetique cello bow?


Henry (Posted on 15-02-2018)

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Cuniot-Hury cello bow

US$ 3.000,00
Product code: CB16
US$ 3.000,00

A fine French cello bow by Cuniot-Hury

Additional Information
Makers name Cuniot-Hury
bow lenght 69.8
bow weight 77
Date 1890
Color brown
Country of Manufacture Frankrijk
Accessories Supplied No
Length of back na