Arpa or Lira Kravik Medieval by luthier

Construction features and details: 

  • a single piece of oak wood, cedar top
  • with tunning pins, with key included made of bronze
  • plastic harp strings
  • hand-lacquered with lacquer rubber
  • Weight: 0.75 Kg
  • Height: 65 cm
  • Width: 30 cm
  • Depth: 8 cm
  • Construction time: 2 to 4 weeks approx.
  • Tuning: Diatonic
  • Includes Maintenance: No
  • Includes cover: No (consult)

IMPORTANT: THE SHIPPING COST MUST BE ADDED TO THE PRICE OF THE INSTRUMENT. SHIPMENTS OUT OF THE COUNTRY OF ORIGIN (ARGENTINA) ARE MADE WITH SERVICES SUCH AS DHL, UPS, OR THE LIKE. 

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Description

Arpa or Lira Kravik – by Luthier

The Kravik lyre is the only medieval lyre that has not been discovered in an archaeological excavation. This instrument was hanging (albeit in a sad state of conservation) on a family farm in Kravik, Norway. It was "discovered" in the mid-1800s when it was documented as a set of technical drawings. At the time he was missing many parts, including the soundboard, but the carvings were still mostly intact and was considered a work of art.

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