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Bows for Violin, Viola, Cello and Bass

Student bows for violin, viola, cello and bass. Quality Student Bows

Excellent quality affordable violin bows.

Glasser bows for violin, viola, cello and bass. Glasser Bows NEW!

Highly affordable Glasser violin, viola, cello and bass bows.

Carbon bows for violin, viola, cello and bass. Carbon and Composite Bows

Carbon violin bows and composite violin bows constructed of advanced modern materials.

Joseph Richter and Werner bows for violin, viola, cello and bass.

Josef Richter & Werner Bows

Violin bows made in Germany for the intermediate and advanced student.
Advanced Pernambuco Bow

Advanced Bows

Advanced level Nickel-silver bows and Sterling-silver violin bows by such makers as W.E. Dorfler and Andreas Eastman.
Arcos Bow

Arcos Brazil Bows

Arcos bows are handmade by individual bowmakers in Brazil, where most of the world's brazilwood and pernambuco is grown.
Baroque Violin Bow

Baroque Violin Bows

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Traditional Baroque violin bows made by Dorfler in Germany. Available with brazilwood and pernambuco sticks.
Master level professional bows for violin, viola, cello and bass.

Silver Mounted Bows

Professional violin bows for the master musician. Sterling silver bows made in Germany by the prestigious Dorfler family: Egidius and W.E. Dorfler. Some of these bows are special editions with engraved silver and inlaid frogs and buttons.
Gold mounted violin bows.

Master Gold Mounted Bows

These gold mounted violin bows are for the finest musicians and connoisseurs. Hand made by the Dorfler family and mounted in gold.

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