Cello bow by Ernst Kessler, Markneukirchen, circa 1890
About Ernst KesslerErnst Kessler was a Berlin-based violin dealer who succeeded August Reicher as a supplier of instruments and bows to the Berlin Conservatoire. He won many awards for his work, including the Royal Prussian and Royal Saxonian state medals.
About this cello bowThis bow was made for Kessler circa 1890, most likely in Markneukirchen. The bow weighs 75 grams and the round stick measures 693 mm. The bow is silver mounted and of good quality pernambuco.
How does it sound?This bow is flexible and easy to manoeuvre. It feels very reliable in the hand and works well off the string.
ConditionThe bow is in very good condition.
Please get in touch for more details about this cello bow for Ernst Kessler for sale and a member of our team will get back to you.