Heartland Harps 38-string, Walnut, Hand-crafted "Dragonheart" Celtic Harp
Item Number: 130
Time Left: CLOSED
Online Close: Oct 30, 2021 7:20 PM EDT
Bid History: 2 bids - Item Sold!
Make Beautiful Music: This stunning, 38-string handcrafted claro walnut "Dragonheart" Celtic harp was made by Heartland Harps. It measures 58 inches (H) x 17 inches (W) x 33.5 inches (D) and features Truitt sharping levers and a lovely tone. The soundboard art is original and most likely hand painted by Pamela Bruner, professional harpist and wife of Dave Woodworth, CEO and Founder of Heartland Harps. Dave began building wood harps in 1984, and for the next 25 years, Heartland built more than 1,700 wood harps in a variety of models. In 2001, with Pamela's help, the design and sound of the harps continued to evolve. Unique to Heartland's design is the curved back, which allows the harp to arch over your shoulder so that tipping and balancing are not required.
This harp was purchased "previously owned" from Heartland in 2010 for $6,500 which included the Fishman pickup and deluxe carrying case with wheels. The harp and Fishman traveling case are in excellent condition, but it has not been played recently, so tuning is recommended. In addition to the travel case, the harp comes with a music stand. Enjoy the craftsmanship and sound of this beautiful instrument!
We recognize this is a unique item which may not be bested suited to an auction! If you are interested in arranging an in-person view of this item, please contact Tamara Arsenault at firstname.lastname@example.org. If this item receives no bids, C.A.S.E. is still interested in facilitating a private sale with the proceeds to be donated to C.A.S.E.
While C.A.S.E. will arrange shipping, the winning bidder must cover the cost. Given the delicate nature of the instrument, we will work with you to determine the best method. You may also arrange for curbside pick-up at C.A.S.E.'s headquarters at 3919 National Drive, Suite 200, Burtonsville, Maryland by emailing Anne Errigo at Errigo@adoptionsupport.org. You will need to wear a mask when picking up items, remain in your car and call (301) 476-8525. A C.A.S.E. staff member, wearing a mask, will deliver the item to your car.