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A beautiful French Master violin bow by Joseph Gaudé , ca. 1835 - certified by J.F. Raffin in Paris.
Joseph Gaude was a great master and one of the important bow maker's of the period;
he worked for the great master bow maker Etienne Pajeot around 1835, and his style is influenced by this maker.
J. Gaudé bows are extremely rare and they are real collectors items among bow collectors and musicians.
This bow is original in all parts and is in a good condition.
The stick is round shaped.
The ebony frog ring is decorated with pearl eyes and has a fine three part screw.(all original)
This is a strong stick, with a great balance and a good feel in the right hand.
The total length of the stick is around 72,8 cm and the weight of the bow is around 61 gr.
The bow is straight and has a good cirve.
This beautiful master  bow is ready to play, with new quality Mongolian horse hair,
it produces a big loud sound.
Fine new winding and new leather grip.

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Joseph Gaudé violin bows

Product code: B42

Joseph Gaudé violin bows

Additional Information
Makers name Joseph Gaudé
bow lenght 72,8
bow weight 61
Date 1835
Color dark brown
Country of Manufacture Frankrijk
Accessories Supplied No
Length of back na.