A kora (or harp-lute).
West Africa, 20th century.
The kora is a West African harp of the family of bridge harps or harp lutes.
The instrument's body is composed of a long hardwood neck,
That passes through a calabash gourd resonator,
Itself covered by a leather soundboard.
there is a crack in the bottom at the back and the leather is loose at some points.
- No brand
- Multiple Models
- Type of Instrument/ Item
- Various conditions
- Nr of items
- No extra's
- 500 g