Auguste Lenoble French Violin Bow with Certificate

    Auguste Lenoble French Violin Bow with Certificate

    $15,000.00

    Auguste Lenoble was a French military man born in 1828. He moved to Paris in 1862, became the master of Charles Peccatte, and opened his workshop in 1866. He partnered with Peccatte from 1874 to 1881. Lenoble passed away in 1895 in Paris.

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    Auguste Lenoble French Violin Bow with Certificate

    This bow is a rare piece by Auguste Lenoble, a highly underrated French craftsman from the 19th century.

    Auguste Lenoble was born in 1828 in Haroué, Mirecourt. He died in 1895 in Paris, France. Grillet claims that Lenoble was a pupil of Dominique Peccatte, but Millant disputes this. Lenoble served in the military from 1848 to 1862 and was stationed in Rennes. He may have met Bonnel during this time. 

    Lenoble moved to Paris in 1862 and lived at 37 rue de Clignancourt, Peccatte's widow's home. Lenoble became the master of Charles Peccatte. Lenoble's workshop was located at 32 Boulevard Rochechouart from 1866 onwards. He partnered with Peccatte from 1874 to 1881 and was based in the rue de Clignancourt. Lenoble's work was good but could have been more distinguished at the Paris school.

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