Fine Cello Bows $6,000+

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  1. W. E. Hill & Sons cello bow, London, c.1920

    W. E. Hill & Sons cello bow, London, c.1920

    W. E. Hill & Sons, internationally famous for their expertise, produced new bows of the highest quality.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 23.

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  2. Michael Taylor cello bow, c.2000

    Michael Taylor cello bow, c.2000

    This beautiful cello bow has been made by one of the finest contemporary English bow makers.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 212.

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  3. 'Gand Freres' cello bow, France c.1860

    'Gand Freres' cello bow, France c.1860

    The brothers Charles and Eugene formed 'Gand Freres' in 1855.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 177.

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  4. Hart & Son cello bow, London c.1920

    Hart & Son cello bow, London c.1920

    George Hart II oversaw a large workshop which specialised in fine, French inspired bows.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 181.

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  5. Dodd / Corsby cello bow, London, c.1855

    Dodd / Corsby cello bow, London, c.1855

    This bow can draw out a powerful sound with excellent dynamic range.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 150.

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  6. Silvestre & Maucotel cello bow, Paris c.1905

    Silvestre & Maucotel cello bow, Paris c.1905

    A partnership of Hippolyte Silvestre and Ernest Maucotel was formed in Paris in the 1890s.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 176.

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  7. Gustave Bernardel cello bow, Paris, c. 1890

    Gustave Bernardel cello bow, Paris, c. 1890

    Gand & Bernardel employed several very talented instrument and bow makers, amongst them Claude Thomassin, to whom this bow is attributed.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 159.

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