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This one is based on an instrument found in Prittlewell, England, in 2001. It is hollow and made of maple and black walnut. Hand-carved kingwood tuning pegs and a maple tailpiece depicting medieval characters complete the period effect. It is 8" wide, 30" long, with a body 1" deep. Overall depth is 3".
This is a lovely sounding instrument that is popular for playing at Renaissance Fairs, SCA gatherings, medieval re-enactments, or just playing and having fun. The tuning is unknown and has been lost to history, so you can tune the six nylon strings any way you want. It can be played like a harp, or some strings can be dampened to produce chords.
Please contact me if you would like to hear a sound clip of this instrument.