This very well-preserved violin bow by André Vigneron, the son of Joseph Arthur Vigneron, can be precisely assigned to around 1910. Up until that year André Vigneron used his father’s stamp, with whom he was trained and whose workshop he had never left.
Untli 1910 Vigneron stamped his bows with the following inscription:
„A. VIGNERON A PARIS“.
After 1910 until his deahth in 1924 he stamped his bows as follows:
„ANDRE VIGNERON A PARIS“.
André Vigneron’s work from his first working period is difficult to distinguish from his fathers – Joseph Arthur – creating. Only after 1910 André Vigneron developed his own personal style.
The bow has a solid stick and its weight is 60 grams.
This bow comes with a certificat by Jean-Francois RAFFIN.