Bow Type: Violin
Item #: xxx-711
Year: Circa - 1910
Maker: Charles Nicholas Bazin
Description:Son of Mirecourt bowmaker François Xavier Bazin, Charles Nicolas Bazin inherited the family workshop in 1859 following his father's death from cholera. Charles Nicolas was only 18 at the time, but already had ample experience from his father's training, and the shop flourished under his leadership. He supplied bows to numerous shops in Paris, including Joseph Heland Collin-Mézin. Over the ensuing four decades Bazin's shop employed many of Mirecourt's finest makers, producing thousands of high-quality bows of remarkable consistency. After his retirement in 1907, Bazin's son Charles Louis gradually took the lead, while Charles Nicolas remained a presence in the shop until his death in 1915.
This particular bow has a round stick branded C. BAZIN and is made of red brown pernambuco and is 72.8 cm long. The frog is ebony with silver mountings and inlaid parisian eyes. The button is ebony with a full silver cap. This is a fine example of this makers work. Weight: 60.5 grams. Certified by Isaac Salchow.
Terms: This fine bow has been hand selected for addition to our catalog and is available for examination and trial. If you wish to inquire further about this bow, please contact us using the green button at the top of this listing or call 1-818-762-1374 during business hours.