Tenor lute. Nine double courses of strings and one single course. The body is constructed of fifteen maple ribs. The table is of pine pierced by a geometrical rose. The strings are attached to rosewood pegs which enter the angled pegbox from the sides, and at their lower ends, to a bridge glued to the table. Four frets are glued to the table. Labelled 'Arnold Dolmetsch / 1893'.
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