Louis Morizot (1874-1957) was born near Mirecourt, France. Often called Morizot Pere, he helped many bow makers in Mirecourt and left a great legacy. He apprenticed in the workshop of the great Eugene Cuniot Hury later working in the shop of Charles Bazin. 1914 saw him working for Eugene Sartory who was a major influence. Morizot established his own shop in 1919. He was subsequently joined by his 5 sons who succeeded him in 1937. Morizot trained Bernard Millant.
This example is unbranded. The beautifully made round stick in Brazilette is 67.7cm in length and weighs 128 grams. The nickel-mounted ebony frog has a plain eye. The bow is in excellent condition.