Eugene Sartory

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Violin BowEugene Sartory, Paris c. 1925, silver & ebony

This is an extremely fine example of Sartory’s work circa 1925. It is in superb condition and is an excellent player. Includes a certificate by Paul Childs, Montrose, N.Y., 10…

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Violin BowEugene Sartory, silver & ebony

Bow Demonstration

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Violin BowEugene Sartory, Silver/Ebony

A very fine bow by Eugene Sartory. Round stick made from orange-brown pernambuco wood. Silver wire winding. Silver mounted ebony frog. Ebony button overlaid with silver. Weighs 60.1 grams. Stock…

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Violin BowEugene Sartory, Silver/Ebony

Branded “E. Sartory A Paris”. The round stick of medium brown pernambuco, the ivory tip plate, the original tinsel wrap, the silver mounted ebony frog with parisian eyes, the silver…

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Violin BowEugene Sartory, Silver/Ebony

Branded “E. Sartory A Paris”. The round stick of medium brown pernambuco, the ivory tip plate, the silver wire winding, the silver mounted ebony frog with parisian eyes, the silver…

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Violin BowEugene Sartory, Silver/Ebony
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Cello BowEugene Sartory , Silver/Ebony
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Viola BowEugene Sartory, Silver/Ebony

Certified by Paul Childs, Montrose, N.Y., May 2012.

Cello BowEugene Sartory, silver & ebony

Includes a certificate by Jean-Fran├žois Raffin, Paris, 16 September 2010.

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Violin BowEugene Sartory, Silver/Ebony

Octagonal pernambuco stick, ebony frog with silver mountings and mother-of-pearl eye on each side. Includes a certificate by Paul Childs, Montrose, NY, 6 November 2017.

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Violin BowEugene Sartory, Silver/Ebony

With later frog, button, and replaced handle.

Violin BowEugene Sartory, Paris c. 1930, silver & ebony
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Violin BowGerman, Branded Eugene Sartory, Silver/Ebony

A good, German made tribute to the great French bow maker, Eugene Sartory, this bow has many good playing qualities without the top price a player would have to pay…

Violin BowEugene Sartory, silver & ebony
Violin BowEugene Sartory, Paris c. 1925-1930, silver & ebony

Includes a certificate by Paul Childs, 26 March 2017. Bow Demonstration