"19th Century Violin Cane"
Violin rod in its most common form. To play, you have to completely unscrew the handle, remove the bow that is inside the violin, remove the cover, screw the handle back on and set up or place the small easel. Tuning is done using a watch key which activates four tuning keys (this key is missing). A wide variety of woods have been used on our violin rod such as mahogany, ebony, etc. The handle and ebony below a brass ring unscrewing or and incorporating the bow, the brass ferrule. The work of these instruments is often very careful, witness to a time when the violins, among others were of an exceptional finish. Our violin cane dated between 1860-1880. Most likely a Viennese work by Moritz Gläsel, he made several violin cane, it is unsigned. Total length of the cane 81.5 cm.