Chorus, harper to Prince Odran of Aethiopia

I have spent the day decorating the harp.  Named after Chorus who played nearly 2,000 years ago.  (The Book Of Caris by David Widdop) it is nearly ready.  The most precious ornament is a small brass plaque from ancient Egypt depicting a girl playing an Egyptian harp.  I have placed her near the neck of the harp so that I can keep an eye on her – it is too precious to lose!  On the top of each side I nailed 2” high brass plaques of Grecian women harpers.  Below them wooden butterflies I bought at the Steam Punk Fayre in Haworth.  Last, but not least, with great difficulty I managed to inlay some special carvings from Sorrento.  I intend to figure out how to take a photo and upload it – then I will tell you who made them …

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