Dominique Peccatte (15 July 1810 – 13 January 1874) was a French luthier and above all a renowned bow maker. He was apprenticed in Mirecourt and later worked with Jean-Baptiste Vuillaume.
He is notable for adapting the “hatchet-shaped” type head — a model arrived at by Tourte — and is considered one of the most influential bow makers. His brother François Peccatte and nephew Charles Peccatte were also remarkable bow-makers. Peccatte’s two best known pupils were Joseph Henry and Pierre Simon. He also purportedly taught François Xavier Bazin.