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I assume this is a German trade bow, probably not even pernambuco. But the frog, nickel mounted, has some nice chasing. I wonder who could have made this bow?

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No stamp on mine - exactly the same nice decortions, and all in nickel. I would say my stick is just Brazilwood. 

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The metal was forged in the fiery pits of Mordor, which was then stolen by fairies and brought to Gondor where a slab was taken from the White Tree of Minas Tirith to complete the bow you see before you.  One thing I know for sure, keep it secret, keep it safe!

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