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Outcurved wooden bow with horsehair string for caucasian fiddle.

Details

bow
2012.133.2
Musical Instruments

1 item (description level: part)
Broad category
Musical Instruments, Bow
Additional names, titles, or classifications
catalogue name:  bow
object name:  bow

Place
Russian Federation (Europe), Eastern Europe, Europe
Additional place information
made: probably Russian Federation (Europe) 

Materials & techniques
wood; horsehair
Additional material & technique information
material: wood (overall)
material: horsehair (overall)
Measurements
overall: 5 mm x 650 mm x 25 mm
Additional measurement information
overall: 5 mm x 650 mm x 25 mm

Provenance
donor:  Clapham, Stan  circa 1995 - 2012-09-20
donor:  Clapham, R. Ingrid  circa 1995 - 2012-09-20
previous owner:  Russian Cathedral Church of the Dormition and All Saints  Undefined - circa 1975

Further reading
Vertkov, K. 1963. Atlas musikalnick instrumentov narodov SSSR. Moskva: Gosudarstvennoe muzykal'noe izdatel'stvo, 103, 513 (discusses similar)
Vertkov, K. 1963. Atlas musikalnick instrumentov narodov SSSR. Moskva: Gosudarstvennoe muzykal'noe izdatel'stvo, 105, 517 (discusses similar)

Related objects
part of fiddle; bow (2012.133)
Related subjects
object name: bows
material: wood
material: horsehair
classified as: 311.2 Stick zithers

Record created 2002-04-23 by JCORT
Record last updated 2017-06-01 by DTAGEN

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