Makers of the Dodd family were among the most important in the 19th century London bow trade. While John I stands out for his craftsmanship and immense productivity, his father Edward, brother James I, and nephews James II andEdward ...Read More III all made bows. Many bear the brand, "Dodd," are unstamped, or bear the brands of the various firms for whom the family worked. Individual authorship can often be ascertained, but in some cases attribution is limited to an unidentified member of the Dodd family.
- The auction record for this maker is $14,609 in Jun 2011, for a cello bow. - 63 auction price results.