Celtic Harp Pendant
Available in 925 Solid Sterling Silver with a 46cm chain and lobster clasp.
Length 22mm, Width 16mm, Depth 3mm
Ireland is unique in having a musical instrument as its emblem. It is one of the oldest instruments in traditional Irish music dating back to medieval times. It is a triangular wooden framed wire or gut stringed instrument plucked by the fingers nails.
In the words of Giraldus Cambrensis, the twelfth century Welsh scholar, describing the musicianship of the harper “...the perfection of their art seems to lie in their concealing it, as if it were the better for being hidden.”
- 46cm chain and lobster clasp.
- Length 22mm
- Width 16mm
- Depth 3mm
- Handmade in Ireland
- Hallmarked at the Assay Office at Dublin Castle
History of the Celtic Harp
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Lovely piece - I bought this as a surprise Christmas present for my teenage daughter. She is a keen concertina player. She loved it and is delighted to wear it.
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