Item:Large white ironwood angle harp inlaid with glittering brass suns
|large white ironwood angle harp inlaid with glittering brass suns|
|Look:||Tiny, faceted brass suns have been inlaid in a curling swirl down the instrument's single arm and resonator. Faint lines picked out with golden paint enhance the beams curling out from each sun's center, lending them a wispy appearance not normally captured in worked metal.|
|Appraised Cost:|| 12,000 Kronars|
|Dimensions:||6 length x 5 width x 1 height|
|Sources:||Source is Heavenly Harmonies (2), Heavenly Harmonies (1)|
- The angle harp appears to be a stringed instrument.
- You are certain that the angle harp is crafted from iron-bearing wood.
- You are certain that the angle harp is finely made.
- You are certain that the angle harp is strung with a set of twelve gut strings.
You are certain that the angle harp is of good quality.
The harp is a form of very simple harp formed of a hollow resonator and a single, obtusely curving arm that sports a small array of strings. It is normally played by holding the resonator against the body or ground while the strings are plucked.