Albert Frantz Nurnberger II Violin Bow

This 19th Century fine bow features sliver mounted ebony frog with mother of pearl eye and solid silver bottom.

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Beautiful head and round stick is made of the finest pernambuco wood.

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Measures 728mm and weight 60g. It is stamped Albert Nurnberger.

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I have been really enjoying this bow. It is very well balanced, strong with excellent flexibility. Feels very comfortable and it’s quite easy to create a solid beautiful sound.  Excellent bow for professional violinists.

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    May 12, 2015 / 9:06 pm

    I have a lot of friends that own Nurnberger bows and they love them.
    I tried a lot during my earlier impecunious years but I never found one that really satisfied me.
    I’m also glad to have tried two that belonged to a collection and in as new condition that I didn’t like either.
    I would humbly suggest to also try Knopf bows that are excellent and will outperform your average Nurnberger for less.
    This Knopf bow I use very often on my 1857 J.B Vuillaume (Guarneri model) violin to preserve my Voirin and Sartory bows.
    On the Viennese violin and the modern Soultanian (a fantastic modern maker), I use codabows that I don’t really care if something happens to them.
    It’s really comforting when I have to play col-legno and I use the carbon bow.
    Before I used to pretend that i hit the stick with a wooden bow.

    • violinista
      May 13, 2015 / 5:42 pm

      I use this bow mainly for practicing/teaching. It is one of the best Nurnberger bows. I really like it!

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