A wooden stick with horsehair stretched from end to end; by means of friction, it makes the strings of an instrument vibrate.
The upper end of the bow.
Part held when the bow is used.
Part of the bow consisting of horsehair that is rubbed across the strings to make them vibrate.
Part that secures the horsehair to the upper end of the bow.
Threaded piece that moves the frog.
Sliding part that secures the hair to the lower end of the bow; the frog is moved to adjust the tension of the hair.
The lower end of the bow.
Thin flexible rod curved along a third of its length and along which hair is stretched.