This instrument has a soundboard made of spruce; a back and neck made of sycamore; a fingerboard, tailpiece and pegs made of ebony; and a nut and tail-gut hook mdade of ivory. The back and ribs are carved from a single piece of wood. It possesses a violin-shaped body with f-holes, with inlaid purfling of ebony/holly(?)/ebony. Its varnish is golden in colour. Inside the instrument is a soundpost as well as a bass bar. The peg box ends in a stub, rather than being topped with a scroll or finial. The tailpiece is curved underneath, of ebony with a mother-of-pearl strip inlaid on the front at the top. The tailpiece gut is attached to an ivory block which is flush with the ribs and protruding at the top, the block attached to the body with two ivory plugs. Neck length 160 mm; fingerboard length 205.5 mm, width at nut 22.4 mm, at bottom 35.2 mm.