This is a gunuine sale following the death of the deceased proud owner, she was a professional violin player who owned and used this for many years. I can not however give you a date of making!
The name of the maker is stamped in to the shaft just above the frog
The weight is 57 grm’s, the length is 74.4 cm and the balance point is 260 from the screw adjuster.
The purnemboco shaft is silver wound and the adjustment screw is nickel. The tip is bone.
Viewing is recommended but if that is not possible then please feel free to ask any questions a or request more photographs.
Thank you for viewing this fine example of a CUNIOT-HURY violin bow.
Additional information added on 05 Mar 2018: ine example of a CUNIOT-HURY full size violin bow. Please let me know if you have any questions.
Additional information added on 16 Mar 2018: additional photo are required of this CUNIOT-HURY bow please let me know
Additional information added on 15 Jul 2018: ppreciate this is a big outlay for an unseen and tested item. For serious buyers who do not live locally I am prepared to offer this CUNIOT HURY BOW on a purchase to test and view and the option to return with a full refund if returned in sent condition.
If you want to discuss further please message me.
NG6 xxx - Nottinghamshire
£499.95 (offers considered)
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Returns accepted under conditions
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