Emmanuel Carlier Violin Bow, Gold Mounted, Paris, France 2021
A beautiful gold mounted pernambuco violin bow by world class bowmaker Emmanuel Carlier. 61.5 grams. Warm, colorful, ample, wide tone with an easy to control feel coupled with a satisfying focus. Those that like a Peccatte model type of bow will love this superbly balanced bow with supple yet with delicately strong resistance.

AWARDS
Graduate "Meilleur Ouvrier de France" - 2019
 
4 gold medals Violin Society of America 
Cleveland 2016 : Violin 
Cleveland 2012 : Violin, Cello and Double Bass 
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Best Playing Viola Bow Award, Darling International Bow Making Competition - Amsterdam 2016
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Gold medal (Viola), and Silver medal (Cello), International Violin and Bow Making Competition, Mittenwald 2010.

About:
Emmanuel Carlier began his bow-making apprenticeship in 2005 with Gilles Duhaut in Tours. Then he joined the Maison Bernard in Brussels and became assistant to Pierre Guillaume with whom he developed his taste for old bows.
 
In 2010, he moved to Paris and focused on his own bows. At the international violin and bow making competition in Mittenwald, he won a gold medal for a viola bow and a silver one for a cello bow . The following year, he received a grant from Marcel Vatelot foundation to support the development of his studio. In 2012, he enrolled in the competition of the Violin Society of America and won three gold medals (violin, cello and double bass). Since then, his work has been featured in various parisian festivals, such as Violoncelleenseine and Viola's where the bow making competitions are held. He was given the title of seven "crush" ("coup de coeur") by the jury of musicians and bow makers.
 
In 2013/2014, he did a residence at Villa Medici in Roma. During this year he continued his research working with other residents and composers. Returning to Paris after this enriching experience, he opened a new studio which welcomes musicians to come and try his bows.

Emmanuel Carlier Violin Bow, Gold Mounted, Paris, France 2021