The Urquhart is a full-size bray harp, typical of those used across Europe in the 16th and 17th centuries. Both models are made of sycamore, are fitted with a full set of bray pins, and have an arm designed to accurately fret semi-tones.  With a range extending down to bass C, the Urquhart has a clear sound with the brays turned off and gives a satisfying growl when they are turned on.

Strings:  29 gut strings

Range:  C-c'''

Width (across soundbox) 21 cm; Depth (from end of string arm to back of soundbox) 50 cm; Length (from end of string arm to base of pillar)  152 cm

Weight:  6 kg

Price of the clamshell model ("deluxe", top) - £3400

Price of the model with rectangular sound box ("standard", bottom) - £2900