Below are some of our featured bows. We also have serviceable French and German bows starting at $125.
Exquisite early Ouchard bow stamped
'E.A.Ouchard-Paris. 130g. Extraordinary - near mint - condition for a bow of this age. Agile bow with a great feel and complex sound. $12,000
Beautiful Morizot in excellent condition, 152.6g. Refined feel for heavier bow, very full sound. Frog may not be original. $6,000
Nice bow in excellent condition by Canadian maker Reid Hudson. 139.6g. Big, broad and complex sound, stays on string nicely $4,000
New, probably German, masterfully made unstamped bow.
126.8g, hair-22 1/4", total-27 3/4", silver lined.
A really gorgeous bow that is also a great player. Longer than most French-made French style bows (as most German-made French style bows are), but fairly light with a lot of finese. Good sound, lively but stays on string, plays well out to the tip. $800
Older (early-mid 20th c.) octogonal bow in good condition. Nicely balanced, good playing medium weight bow. 134.7g, hair - 22 1/2", total - 28". $600
1970s bow stamped W. Seifert in very good condition - one owner. 138.7g, hair-22 1/2", total-28".
Big sound, stays on string, and nice balance point. $600
Mid 20th c. bow stamped 'Germany' behind frog (maker stamp is illegible). Good condition except for 'amateur' enlarging of mortise - not visible when frog attached and does not affect playing. 141.2g, , hair - 22 3/4", total - 28". Very nice wood and very comfortable playing bow. Has new tip and lapping. Price is significantly discounted to reflect condition. $400