for violin viola and cello
Our famous set recipes and customised rosin blends that enhance the sound and response of your instrument.
By fine tuning the attack, clarity, traction and texture of your rosin recipe, these recipes help you find the sound you are looking for.
for baroque violin, viola, cello, and viols
Specially formulated for gut strings, these rosins offer a bright and clear sound for baroque instruments.
The clean attack and smooth feel on the string allows your bow to control the gut string with precision and freedom, producing a vibrant sound.
for double bass
With two rosin recipes per pack, the Amber Range helps you find the exact combination of grip, traction and lyrical quality to suit your playing styles.
An almost unlimited choice of recipe grades from very hard to very soft gives you a full range of rosins to suit all playing conditions.
Specially formulated recipes for traditional instruments such as Erhu
Silk and Leather accessories
Protect and nurture your precious instruments and bows with our collection of Essential Accompaniments. These luxurious accessories were designed and crafted by the Leatherwood Rosin team for all string players.
I love performing with my bespoke rosin blend in all my concerts! It helps my Stradivari sound the best it can be in all types of performances. The rosin is much more important than you think.. I also love that you can create your own blend to find the perfect sound!
“We spend hours considering the tiniest of nuances in our performance, yet often don’t consider that all-important layer between bow and string. Leatherwood Rosin has added new and pleasing dimensions to my playing and I highly recommend spending your valuable time discovering this product. I’m converted.”
"When each and every performance is a high wire act, I require a rosin that will grip with vigor, articulate crystalline passagework, and project into a cavernous hall. Leatherwood Bespoke Rosin gives me the confidence to forgo utilitarian mechanics and focus on the music-making at hand. Frankly put - Leatherwood is the only rosin I require on tour. Bravo, LBR!"