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Rose Gold Harp Necklace CMP00148

£195.00£335.00

This Beautiful rose gold harp pendant has very fine detail and is crafted with the finest materials and finished by hand to the highest standard, the perfect gift for the one you love, whatever the occasion, it will also make a lovely addition to a charm bracelet.

Presented in a beautiful black leatherette presentation box. Please scroll the picture to view the boxes.

Length including loops mm.
Length without top rings 18mm × 8.6mm × 2.4mm.

Available on its own or with a traditional 9ct rose gold curb link chain in 16inch/40.64cm, 18inch/45.72cm, 20inch/50.8cm.

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 The city of London Jewellers presents the Belfast 9ct Rose Gold Harp Necklace.
Measurements:- 18mm x 8.6mm x 2.4mm.

 

Rose Gold Harp Necklace CMP00148.

First and foremost, people have been using the harp similar to this  Rose Gold Harp Necklace as an ancient musical instrument in Ireland for centuries. Additionally, it holds significant cultural importance in the country.

It is also a symbol of Ireland. Harpists, who were often blind, occupied an honoured place in Irish society. Harpists and bards (or poets) played an important role in the social structure of Ireland.

O’Carolan was one of the most famous harpists or Harp players, and many Irish melodies inspired by him still survive to this day.

Though not as instantly recognizable as the shamrock, the harp holds a widely embraced status as a symbol in Ireland. It adorns Irish coins, the presidential flag, state seals, uniforms, and official documents.

 

 

Additionally, As well as this Rose Gold Harp Necklace you may also like BRS00056. Green Agate Treble-Clef Brooch BRS00056.

 

Harp – Wikipedia.

The harp is a stringed musical instrument with individual strings running at an angle to its soundboard, and players pluck the strings with their fingers. Harps offer versatility in construction and playing styles, allowing for both standing and sitting positions, and they find a place in orchestras as well as concerts.

Its most common form is triangular in shape and made of wood similar to this Rose Gold Harp. Some have multiple rows of strings and pedal attachments.

Additionally, Ancient depictions of harps were recorded in Mesopotamia, Persia (now Iran) and Egypt, and later in India and China. By medieval times, harps had spread across Europe. Harps were found across the Americas, where it was a popular folk tradition in some areas. Distinct designs also emerged from the African continent.

This Rose Gold Harp Necklace is very similar to the one on a pint of the black stuff!

 

Archaeologists discovered the earliest harps and lyres in Sumer around 3500 BCE. They unearthed several harps from burial pits and royal tombs in Ur. Ancient Egyptian tombs in the Nile Valley feature the oldest depictions of harps without a forepillar, dating back to as early as 3000 BCE.

 

So, If Music Be The Food Of Love, This Rose Gold Harp Necklace Must Be The Food of Gifting!

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Dimensions 18 × 8.6 × 2.4 mm
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