Unpainted wooden shell with reinforcing rings top and bottom inside shell. Rope-tensioned with 10 buffs. 4 gut snares secured between bottom counter-hoop and flesh hoop. With drag rope. 17-inch heads.
Decoration: Rims appear to have been painted red.
Specific usage history: Possibly one of the instruments acquired by Sir Samuel Hellier (1736-1784) for orchestral use at Wombourne, Staffordshire.