Richard Grunke is one of the most esteemed German bow makers of the second half of the twentieth century. He began his apprenticeship with Edwin Herrmann, just after WWII, and completed it in the H. R. Pfretzschner workshop, inheriting the best of the early twentieth century Gedrman bow making traditions, while later coming under the influence of great French bow makers such as Lamy and Sartory. This fine, silver-mounted violin bow, though slightly heavier than average, has great balance and feels clean and responsive in the hand, while drawing a full, warm sound. A lovely bow for a professional or advanced student.
Weight: 62.1 grams