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Marcos Capilla

Bow identification

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This is an interesting bow IMO. I'm not sure about the wood, it could be bright pernambucco or a yellowish tropical wood called Bauwaua, often used in french bow making. To know more, could you show or tell if the octogonal section at the handle is longer than the (actual missing) lapping and a photo of the down side of the frog with the pearl slide? I'm supposing that there are no marks in the form of roman numbers at both stick before the mortice and the metal slide of the frog? It's a pity that the adjuster is missing, which could give stylistic informations, too. What's the weight in the actual state?

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Thank you so much Blank !!!

The octogonal part is 15cm from the end of the bow.

The pearl slide of the frog  it got lost

Ther are no marks of any kind at all

The weigth in te actual state is 48.2 g.

I Hope that this extra data be useful, 

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