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Head of a violin bow by JA Vigneron, circa 1900. This bow is a lovely example of the maker’s mature style and is undeniably a player’s bow.
Frog of a violin bow by JA Vigneron, circa 1900. This bow is a lovely example of the maker’s mature style and is undeniably a player’s bow.

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A silver-mounted violin bow by Joseph Arthur Vigneron

Paris, circa 1900

After working for Jean-Joseph Martin in Mirecourt, Joseph Arthur Vigneron left for Paris to set up his own business. Initially influenced by his training in Mirecourt, once Vigneron had settled in the capital, his style evolved towards that of his Parisian contemporaries. This bow is a lovely examp... read more

A silver-mounted violin bow by Joseph Arthur Vigneron

Paris, circa 1900

After working for Jean-Joseph Martin in Mirecourt, Joseph Arthur Vigneron left for Paris to set up his own business. Initially influenced by his training in Mirecourt, once Vigneron had settled in the capital, his style evolved towards that of his Parisian contemporaries. This bow is a lovely example of the maker’s mature style and is undeniably a player’s bow. It has a strong octagonal stick made of typical pernambuco, with a clear and focused range of overtones. A fine and reliable bow for a demanding professional.
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