Historical baroque and classical cello bows


Early 18th century bow with clip-in frog. Based on an original bow (probably English, c. 1720) in a private collection.
Fluted snakewood stick and ebony frog.

Baroque Cello Bow Baroque Cello Bow

Cello Bow in 18th century style
71cm long, made from snakewood, with screw mechanism.

Early classical cello bow, based on a German bow from around 1770.
Pernambuco stick, Frog made from European fruitwood.
Suitable for late 18th century repertoire, like Haydn and Boccherini.


Classical Cello Bow
Based on an original bow by Dodd (c. 1800)
Pernambuco and Ebony (the original bow has an ivory frog and screw button)