Triple harp, of unusually small dimensions, constructed to carry 23 + 20 + 17 strings and to be played on the left shoulder. Otherwise of typical Italianate design and features. During the late 17th century northern Wales began to adopt the Italian-invented triple harp. This specimen might be one of the earliest native-built examples.
National Museums Wales
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- Place of production:
Llangynog (Timezone: Europe/London)
- Measurements:height (mm): 1225; width (mm): 370 (max at base); depth (mm): 527 (max front to back)