French bow maker Eugène Cuniot (1861-1910) studied and worked with his father, bow maker Pierre Cuniot (1839-1884) in Mirecourt, France. Upon marrying into the Hury family in 1894, he became known as "Cuniot-Hury." His bows were influenced by Dominique Peccatte, François Nicolas Voirin, and members of the Bazin family, including his famous colleague, Charles Nicolas Bazin II. Cuniot-Hury's workshop grew to rival Bazin's, employing several outstanding and prolific bow makers, including Louis Morizot, Alfred Lamy, and the renowned Émile François Ouchard. Ouchard took over the shop after Cuniot-Hury's death.
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