Cello Bows For Sale
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This price list was updated on 2 January 2020
|Maker||Weight (grammes)||Mounting (Silver/Gold)||Price|
|F N Voirin||76.2||Silver||£15,000|
|C. Thomassin c.1895||76.0||Silver||£12,000|
|W E Hill & Sons (Johnston)||80.0||Silver||£8,000|
|W E Hill & Sons (Yeoman) c.1915||78.9||S/Tortoiseshell||£7,500|
|A R Bultitude||80.8||G/Tortoiseshell||£7,000|
|C H K Schmidt||82.4||Gold||£7,000|
|W E Hill & Sons (Leeson)||75.5||Silver||£5,000|
|H R Pfretzschner||83.0||Silver||£2,750|
|J P Bernard||84.3||Silver||£2,060|
|Gunther A Paulus||79.0||Silver||£1,700|
|German trade bow||74.0||Silver||£1,300|
|J C Ramos||80.6||Nickel||£900|
We are active supporters of the IPCI, the International Pernambuco Conservation Initiative. We donate 1% of the selling price to the IPCI of every newly made contemporary bow sold through us.
If you would like more information about our stock of cello bows for sale or would like to arrange to try a selection, please contact us. Bows can be taken out on trial for 7 days and can be posted back to us by Special Delivery. We can also post up to three bows to you for trial; the postage charge for this is £15.
If you are interested in selling a fine bow through us, please see Cello Exchange for full details.
For an insight into the bow testing process, see Bow Articles