Amongst the transcendental woods of the 1800s, craftsmen from the Massachusetts Bay Colony built violins and bows in the tiny towns of the Pioneer Valley. The shops were riddled with old growth mahogany, burled maple shavings, amber pine rosin, aged walnut and their unique secret varnishes.
Top: Violin Varnish/Mahogany/Outdoors Accord
Middle: Amber Pine Rosin/Maplewood/Cypress
Base: Spiced Tree Resin/Cedar/Moss