Cameron Robertson violin bow "Dominique Peccatte" model, snakewood frog/button with Shibu-Ichi bronze, Atlanta, GA, 61.7g - Metzler Violin Shop
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Cameron Robertson violin bow "Dominique Peccatte" model, snakewood frog/button with Shibu-Ichi bronze, Atlanta, GA, 61.7g *with certificate from maker*

Cameron Robertson violin bow "Dominique Peccatte" model, snakewood frog/button with Shibu-Ichi bronze, Atlanta, GA, 61.7g *with certificate from maker*

$4,000.00
Code: BWVN~R116-4

This bow is part of our 7th annual Contemporary American Makers Exhibition, 2024

Copy of a Dominique Peccatte Violin bow with a unique look

This beautiful bow is based of off a Gold and tortoiseshell Dominique Peccatte.  The frog and button is made of dark snakewood and Shibu-Ichi bronze as an artistic alternative for tortoiseshell and gold.  This alloy is used in traditional Japanese art, jewelry and Samurai weaponry. In this bow, it offsets the dark pernambuco and snakewood with a coppery warmth that darkens to an antique bronze patina. The stick is smooth and flexible, with a feel more like a fine old French bow. Give it a little extra hair tension and speed, and it will dance nicely on the string!

 

Cameron is a member of the American Federation of Violin and Bow Makers (AFVBM). His bow making is inspired by the great French makers that he regularly sees and handles in his bow studio in Atlanta, Georgia

 

“I make bows because I love them and am fascinated by them. I love how unique each bow is and how a bow can help a player not only bring a piece of music to life but also bring out the different nuances of a particular piece of music.

When making, my focus is to accentuate the beauty of the materials and the graceful lines of the bow to ensure that it is as pleasing to the eye as it is an extension of the player’s arm. I want nothing more than for a player to love their bow and to have an exceptional playing experience.”

AME7BWVN

Article number: BWVN~R116-4
Availability: In stock

This bow is part of our 7th annual Contemporary American Makers Exhibition, 2024

Copy of a Dominique Peccatte Violin bow with a unique look

This beautiful bow is based of off a Gold and tortoiseshell Dominique Peccatte.  The frog and button is made of dark snakewood and Shibu-Ichi bronze as an artistic alternative for tortoiseshell and gold.  This alloy is used in traditional Japanese art, jewelry and Samurai weaponry. In this bow, it offsets the dark pernambuco and snakewood with a coppery warmth that darkens to an antique bronze patina. The stick is smooth and flexible, with a feel more like a fine old French bow. Give it a little extra hair tension and speed, and it will dance nicely on the string!

 

Cameron is a member of the American Federation of Violin and Bow Makers (AFVBM). His bow making is inspired by the great French makers that he regularly sees and handles in his bow studio in Atlanta, Georgia

 

“I make bows because I love them and am fascinated by them. I love how unique each bow is and how a bow can help a player not only bring a piece of music to life but also bring out the different nuances of a particular piece of music.

When making, my focus is to accentuate the beauty of the materials and the graceful lines of the bow to ensure that it is as pleasing to the eye as it is an extension of the player’s arm. I want nothing more than for a player to love their bow and to have an exceptional playing experience.”

AME7BWVN

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