Technical description: A solid piece of wood from which a resonating chamber has been hollowed out from the end like a mouth to a depth of 95 mm; the top of the wood has been slightly pared to leave a small ledge around 3 sides; 10 lamellae rest on this ledge at the base end, are gripped tightly under a transverse metal bar (itself held tight by wires stretched under the body), and then rise over a metal bridge. Width 140, narrowing to 125. Depth 30, diminishing to 20. Lengths of lamellae 92.5, 122.5, 104, 142.5, 124, 128, 105, 106, 96, 94.
p.r. cooke, 1997.
Purchased with assistance from the Government's Local Museums Purchase Fund and the University's General Council Trust, 1983.