Created by Geoff Tonkin, this 34 string Celtic harp is made from Makorè, a wood from Equatorial Africa. The sound board is solid Sitka Spruce from Alaska. Levers can be added as required. A lovely bright sounding harp with great sustain. $3500
This harp has been sold.
This 17” tuneable Irish Bodhrán is made from Kauri Pine. The skin is from a feral goat. It comes with tipper, brush stick and tuning key.
This drum has been sold
|Walking Sticks $70 each
Two sticks are currently available with the knobs made from Zebron (Microberlini brazzavillensis), an equatorial tree of West Africa. It is also known as Zebrawood because of its distinctive markings. The shaft is Sydney Blue Gum (Eucalyptus saligna) The knobs on the sticks in the photographs are (left to right) Gidgee, Mulga and Mulberry wood.