Fiddle (gusle or gusla), with single string, carved from one piece of wood, the end of the neck in the form of a horse's head, the sounding board made of skin with eight small holes below the bridge, a simple V-shape of wood. The string (horse hair ?) tied to a point at the base and wound round a wood peg at the top. The front and side of the finger-board decorated with incised geometric motifs. The bowl decorated on the back with incised sun disc or flower and geometric patterning round the edge.
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