(fourteen 4-string choirs)

Unknown master.
China, the end of the 19th century

Hieroglyphic inscriptions by black Indian ink on the inside of the lid

Wood, metal

Around 1958, arrived from an unknown source
Stock number: 16516/1818

The center of the sound board is barred with 1 plate, the ends of which are embedded in the side bars. The side bars and the band rise above the sound board and serve as an additional binding of the body. There is a profiled molding along the perimeter of the sound board. The side bars, the lid and the band are tinted brown, the molding is tinted green. There are 2 sound holes in the form of four-beam stars. Strips of paper with hieroglyphic symbols of the tuning are glued on the sound board along the supports. The lid is attached