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This fabulous cello bow by Joseph Arthur Vigneron Pere is made with Pernambuco and is mounted in silver. It is in good condition with minor restorations to the frog and wear at the handle. It has a top soloistic tone, capable of a great deal of tonal modulation in a nimble package that adheres well to the string with backbone strength.
Vigneron served his apprenticeship under Claude Nicolas Husson and upon the death of Husson in 1872, he joined Jean Joseph Martin's workshop. In 1880 he joined the Gand & Bernardel Frères firm in Paris. After the death of Charles Adolphe Gand in 1886, he continued his collaboration with Gand & Bernardel . In 1888, Vigneron established his own workshop at 54, rue de Clery in Paris where he eventually worked alongside his son, Andre Vigneron.
WEIGHT: 79 grams
MOUNTS: Silver and ebony
CERTIFICATE: J.F. Raffin
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