Violin bow by Noel Burke, Carlow, 2010

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Violin bow by Noel Burke, Carlow, 2010

About Noel Burke

Noel Burke is one of the most sought-after contemporary bow makers working today. He apprenticed with the master bow makers Charles Espey and Stéphane Thomachot, going on to win many awards at the top international competitions. His workshop is in Carlow in the south-east of Ireland.

About the bow

The bow was made in Carlow in 2010. It weighs 60.5 grams and the mounts are of silver and ebony. The round stick measures 730 mm in length.

How does it play?

This bow is magnificent. It’s one of my favourites in the shop! It plays like a strong Pajeot and honestly, the tone it makes stands up to a good Pajeot as well. A very impressive bow.


The bow is in very good condition.


The bow comes with the certificate of the maker.

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