James Dodd

A bow that underlines the continual experimentation of the Dodd family through the nineteenth-century. The swept back head of the stick is very characteristic of both James Dodd moving towards the standards to which Panormo bows were made. The narrow…

 

TB14001

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CB14002

A fine French silver mounted violoncello bow by Eugene Sartory, stamped “E SARTORY A PARIS”, Paris, circa 1920. A good and strong example from arguably this maker’s best period. Round stick with silver lapping and ivory tip. Some minor playing…

 

Claude Thomassin

A fine silver mounted violin bow by Claude Thomassin, stamped “BELA SZEPESY” for the London trade. Along with many of the London shops, Bela Szepesy is documented to have bought bows from Paris which he stamped with his own brand.…