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A French violin bow made by Émile Auguste Ouchard - 1900 – 1969.
A beautiful French violin bow made by Emile-Auguste Ouchard, certified by J.F. Raffin in Paris.

Emile Auguste Ouchard is one of the finest bow makers ofthe 20th century, received many honors & awards,
including the Grand Prix of the 1942 International Paris Exhibition.
This is one of the best Ouchard bows we tried !
This French  E.A. Ouchard Violin Bow bow is made in a beautifull example of Emile Auguste Ouchard's work finest period.(made ca. 1920) .
The elegant but strong stick is made from very beautiful medium-brownish pernambuco wood.
Very nice and elegant bony frog with pearl eyes and a fine silver-nickel screw.(all parts original) 
A fine violin bows with a great balance and a good feel in the right hand.
The total length of the stick is around 72.5 cm and the weight of the bow is 60 gr.
The bow is straight and has a good curve, no cracks or repairs.
The bow is ready to play, with used Mongolian horse hair.
Fine new winding and new dwark brown lizard leather grip.

Émile Auguste Ouchard

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Émile Auguste Ouchard
 (1900–1969) was a French bow maker of repute and son and pupil of Émile François Ouchard. Honors & awards include the Grand Prix of the 1942 International Paris Exhibition.


He was born in 1900 in Mirecourt (Vosges). After his apprenticeship E.A. Ouchard worked for a few years with his father at rue Canon in Mirecourt. Later worked in Paris and the United States, returning to France in the mid 1950s. To be more exact, in 1940 A. Ouchard started his own workshop at rue de Rome in Paris before leaving for the United States in 1946. He first joined RUDIE in New York and then LEWIS & Sons in Chicago. His bows are similar to those of the Voirin-Lamy school. A master craftsman and artist who made bows with perfect symmetry and with the perfect balance of suppleness and resistance for effortless staccato and cantabile sound. He died in Gan in 1969. Collaborators & successors include Bernard Ouchard (b. 1925) (son) and Jean Claude Ouchard (b. 1935) (son).

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Emile Auguste Ouchard violin bow

Regular Price: US$ 16.000,00

US$ 14.500,00

Product code: B141

Regular Price: US$ 16.000,00

US$ 14.500,00

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Emile Auguste Ouchard violin bow

Additional Information
Makers name Emile Auguste Ouchard
bow lenght 72,5
bow weight 60
Date 1920
Color brown
Country of Manufacture Frankrijk
Accessories Supplied No
Length of back na.