Dorfler Violin Bow No.20a, Pernambuco with Genuine Silver Winding

£420.00 RRP £539.00 (including VAT @ 20%)

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Product Ref: 78945

  • Finest Handmade German Bow
  • Ideal Lightweight Design at Just 0.055kg
  • Made from Quality Pernambuco with Genuine Silver Winding
  • Suitable for Use With Violin
  • Professional Model for an Amatuer Price

Dorfler Violin Bow No.20a, Pernambuco with Genuine Silver Winding

Details

The Dorfler Violin Bow No.20a features a genuine silver winding and is known as one of the finest handmade German bows. This model is an octagonal stick made from high quality pernambuco. The attractive bow features a fine ebony frog, single eye and three part button with eye. Weighing just 0.055kg this lightweight bow is the ideal all round size for any player.

Product Ref: 78945

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No settlement fee
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No settlement fee
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Barnes & Mullins

Albert Mullins and S. Bowley Barnes started their career together in 1894 when they produced the famous musical instrument journal 'The Jo'. Since the death of both original partners the business was sold on. In July 2009 Bruce Perrin and former B&M Sales Director, Brian Cleary successfully bought out the Barnes family. They now jointly own the business.