Charcoal drawing for WireStrungharp.com
|Date||Late 18th or early 19th century|
|Height||117 cm (46 inches)|
|Soundbox||Constructed with a round back and cross-grained (softwood) soundboard. Maximum width 25 cm (10 inches).|
|Current Location||The National Museum of Ireland|
This harp was once in the possession of Mary, Countess of Charlemont, wife of the Volunteer Earl.
For Robert Bruce Armstrongs account of this harp, see The Irish and Highland Harps page 105.