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    Juliano Oliveira

    Pernambuco stick, L’Archet Silver Plus model.  82 g

  • Albin Hums

    Albin Hums, bowmaker 1882-1959.  Stick is pernambuco, round, with silver-mounted ebony frog.  81.4 grams

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    Camilo Herculano

    Round pernambuco stick, silver mounted ebony frog, weight 80.3 g, stamped by the maker.  Button is silver, ebony with mother of pearl.

  • Coda Marquise GS

    Coda’s master bow is the Marquise GS, or gold standard.   The design, materials and craftsmanship in this model allow for more resonance, heightened response of the bow to the cellist, and needs to be experienced.  Whether this is your primary bow, or a secondary to a fine wood bow, its mid-weight ~81.5 g fits many players’ comfort zone.

  • Arcus T5

    The design and character of this bow may help if you want a lighter bow but are concerned about control at the tip.  Players’ skill sets and expectations vary, as do the demands of the repertoire — so results vary.  If you are visiting the shop, you may want to try it and see how it performs for you.

  • L’Archet Art Deco

    Pernambuco stick, round, silver mounted ebony frog, stamped by the maker Manoel Francisco, weight 84g

  • Unstamped German c.1920

    Believed to be made in Germany.  Pernambuco stick is round, silver and ebony frog with round eyes, solid silver capped button.  Good condition.  Weight 72.6g  More details upon request.

  • C. Chagas

    Round pernambuco stick, silver special, stamped C. Chagas Brasil.   81.3 grams

  • Durrschmidt

    Otto Durrschmidt silver mounted pernambuco stick, octagonal.  (Germany)