The Hans Kroger cello bow is our most affordable German made Brazilwood cello bow. This bow exhibits beautiful and clean European workmanship and is well suited for the intermediate player. The Hans Kroger cello bow has horsehair on a round Brazilwood stick, half mounted nickel-silver on an ebony frog with shell eye, solid adjuster and wire winding and leather grip. Stamped: Kroger
The Voirin Pernambuco cello bow is beautifully crafted in an acclaimed German bow shop. Beautifully made and well balanced, the Voirin cello bow meets the demands for subtle nuances and techniques. The Voirin cello bow has horsehair on a Pernambuco stick, an ebony frog is fully with nickel-silver with nickel-silver heal plate, mother of pearl slide, shell eye, three-part adjuster and nickel-silver winding with leather grip. Stamped: M Voirin
This Hans Kroger cello bow is our finest German made Brazilwood bow. Beautifully crafted, the Hans Kroger cello bow has a moderately stiff stick that produces a clean response and is well-suited to an intermediate to advancing player.
The Hans Kroger cello bow has horsehair on an octagonal Brazilwood stick, ebony frog that is fully mounted with nickel-silver, shell eye, three part adjuster and wire winding with leather grip. Stamped: Kroger
A fine, German-made bow from the renowned firm of Egidius Dörfler.
Octagonal or round (depending on availability) pernambuco stick. Fully mounted ebony frog with silver heel plate, mother of pearl slide and mother of pearl eye. Three part button with or without pearl inlay (depending on availability). Silver winding and leather grip. Weight: 78.9-80.7 grams. Stamped: *Egidius Dörfler***
Roland Penzel Pearly Octagonal Pernambuco Cello Bow
An exceptional German-made bow from the renowned Penzel family workshop.
Round pernambuco stick. Silver fully mounted ebony frog with half silver, half pearl heel plate, mother of pearl slide, Parisian eye, and maker's insignia. Three-part adjuster with a pearl dot on each facet. Silver winding and leather grip. Weight: 81.2 grams. Stamped: Roland G. Penzel