Ref :   0918

A German student bow by the firm of
Conrad Götz
 
Bubenreuth, circa 2000

 
 
 
 
 
 
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The family business of Conrad Götz was established in 1884 in Saxony - one of the global centers of music instrument making since the 17th century. Alongside establishments like that of Pfretzschner and Paesold, it has consistently produced instruments, bows and accessories of varying grades and qualities to the world market.

This used bow bears the Götz logo branded in the frog's flank and was probably made around 2000 or a bit earlier. It conforms to the requirements of good bowmaking traditions, was evidently produced for the advanced student sector and has properties that makes it suitable for demanding performance.

Weight : 61 g

The Stick :
  Octagonal pernambuco

The Nut :
  Ebony with Parisian eye

Mountings :
  Silver-nickel

Lapping :
  Plastic imitation whalebone lapping. Black leather thumbpad.

Tip Slide :
  High-grade bone

Condition :
  Used, but in excellent condition,

Provenance :
  Owned by Johan Grobbelaar

Price : R5 000
 
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