Publié: 01 Sep 2015
2 Stolen Pierre Simon Violin Bows!
Stolen: 21 Aug 2015 - Moritzburg
Two Pierre Simon bows stolen following the final concert at the Moritzburg Festival Academy in Germany.
Description de l'instrument:
A violin bow made by Pierre Simon in Paris, France ca. 1875. The round stick is made of dark red brown pernambuco and is 72.2 cm long. The original frog (shown in the photo) is tortoise shell with gold mountings with an inlaid gold floral design but has since been replaced by one made of ebony with gold mountings and a Parisian eye. The button is ebony with two gold rings. The original ivory tip has been replaced with gold. 2) A violin bow made by Pierre Simon in Paris, France ca. 1855. The round stick branded GAND FRÈRES is made of medium red brown pernambuco and is 72.5 cm long. The frog is ebony with gold mountings and inlaid pearl eyes. They button is ebony with two gold rings. The original ivory tip has been replaced with gold.
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