Homoxylic lute. Neck, sound box and boat-shaped resonator made of one piece of wood. Four sound holes in the skin. The body is covered with a skin membrane laced at the back. The neck curves backwards at its upper end to form a pegbox for four pegs. Three pegs missing, one square peg remains with a steel wire string, attached to a small nail in the base. Bridge missing.
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