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Philipp Paul Nürnberger violin bow, circa 1920

Philipp Paul Nürnberger violin bow, circa 1920
Catalog ID: A-VNB/4798

Sixth generation bow maker Philipp Paul Nürnberger (1882-1946) is an important German maker of the 20th century. He studied in Markneukirchen under his father, Franz Albert Nürnberger (1854-1931), who modeled bows on those of the acclaimed French maker, François Xavier Tourte. Working with his brother Carl Albert (1885-1971), Philipp Paul helped to further refine their father's model and exported the bows to the United States the brand Albert Nürnberger. Nürnberger bows were highly sought-after and owned by leading players of the 20th century, including Eugène Ysaÿe, Jan Kubelik, Fritz Kreisler, and David Oistrakh.

Octagonal. Ebony and silver fittings. 4/4
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Instrument Style Nurnberger, Philipp Paul