Bows

German Bows From the Collection of Gary Karr

Here are 3 Pfretzschner bows from the extensive collection of Gary Karr.

HR Pfretzschner - $8,000 - 150 grams, 73cm

HR Pfretzschner - $7,000 - 122 grams, 73cm

GA Pfretzschner - $2,000 - 135 grams, 70cm

 

French Bows

E. Sartory - $45,000 - 136 grams, 68cm. Ca. 1925, comes with certificate of authenticity from Paul Childs.

Vincenzo Deluccia - $10,000 - 146 grams, 67 cm. And here's another Deluccia bow. A typical bow by Deluccia that has strong pernambuco and a mahagony frog.

C. N. Bazin - $8,000 - 155 grams, 65 cm. This bow was made by Bazin for the firm of Leon Bernardel (ca. 1900) and is stamped as such. The bow comes with a certificate of authenticity from Paul Childs.

Reid Hudson - $6,500 - 139 grams, 67.3 cm, gold mounted bow, Vigneron style elliptical stick. A strong bow that is very articulate and pulls a warm sound. Top Notch!

JD Hill - $2,500 - 150 grams, 69 cm, Fritsch style profile

Z. Prochownik - $2,000 - 140 grams, 68.5cm octagonal stick with a silver lined tip (this is the finest Prochownik I've had in my shop)

Jean Paul Martin - Brazilwood - $300 (new bow, hand selected)

Joseph Richter - Pernambuco - $300 - 126 grams, 65.7cm

Carbow - Carbonfiber - $800

Luger - Brazilwood - $200

R. A. Meinel - Pernambuco - $150

unmarked - Brazilwood - $150 - 165 grams, 67.2cm