A Bow by Charles Louis Bazin

Violin Bow by Charles Louis Bazin, Mirecourt, 1935

This French bow was crafted by the excellent representative of the Bazin Family tradition. Charles Louis Bazin was responsible for increasing the quality standards of the family craftsmanship while innovating and keeping up with the modernization of playing techniques and repertoire requirements, allowing the family's name to preserve its relevance and providing the best instruments available to the musical community. More



13,500 EUR

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      This exceptional bow made by the great French mastermaker combines all the qualities that elected him as such. It is truly a representative masterpiece of the highest standards achieved in the first half of the 20th century in Mirecourt. It unites strength in its design, craftsmanship, and superb quality of the materials used, just as the greatest part of the highest quality outcome of the family's previous generations. This bow is in mint condition, original in all its main parts. The stick shaping is simple, neat, and made of an exquisite dense Pernambuco wood of red-brown tonality. The frog and button are mounted in silver and high-quality, tight-grain ebony. This bow was definitely made attending to musicians' requests in the early 1900s, as its playability and response are beyond the average, making it a versatile all-purpose bow with outstanding sound quality.

      Charles Louis Bazin

      Charles Louis Bazin was the third generation of the family, at the time already settled as one of the most influential workshops of Mirecourt. His bows are noted for their exquisite balance, responsiveness, and playability. His innovative designs and refined techniques earned him renown among both musicians and fellow craftsmen.Learn more


      61.3 gr
      Back Length

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