Violin Bow by Alfred Knoll
THREE GENERATIONS BOWS CONSTRUCTION
Our Company was founded in 1932 by ALFRED KNOLL (1909 – 1980). His son Hartmut Knoll (born in 1937), master craftsman examination 1965, took over the firm in 1977. Alfred`s grandson Gerald Knoll (born in1968, master craftsman examination 1998) took over the workshop in 2003. The company has now spanned three generations of the Knoll family.
QUALITY FROM MASTER HAND
We produce individually manufactured violin, viola, cello, gampa and bass bows in an extensive range. The quality range of our products extends from the good student bow to the highest requirements of the master’s bow.
and workshop in 1950
and workshop today
A careful selection of woods, which have been stored for many years, as well as the precise craftsmanship that goes into the manufacturing of our products, exclusively performed by well trained specialists, are the most important foundations of our work. Even with the beginner’s bow, we offer a carefully prepared and thus more-than-adequate tool to the hand of the instrumentalist. Weight and balance are optimal. Excellent technical and tonal characteristics are the result of specific planing treatment and bending of the stick. This increases throughout the entire quality range up to our master bows, representing the finest craftsman ship work of the master. Here carefully selected fine-pored pernambuco wood that has been stored for many years is used exclusively. The selection of the remaining materials is undertaken with similar care.
Through decades of experience as well as intensive exchange with musicians and workmates, detailed features have been identified and adapted to meet the highest demands.
This ability is attested by medals in national and international exhibitions and competitions.
The octagonal stick of pernambuco of an orange-brown colour, plain nickel mounted ebony frog. Plain nickel adjuster.
Stamped ‘ALFRED KNOLL’ and ‘GERMANY’ on the shaft
- Weight 60.9 grams