No. 32 Cittern 17th Century Italian Print


A print of a detailed working drawing of a Cittern, early seventeenth century from The Hill Collection of Musical Instruments No. 32. Although it lacks the hook commonly found on the back of the neck, this instrument follows the pattern of the typical Italian cittern.

Part of a range of reproduction drawings from the Hill Collection of Musical Instruments, where they are used by luthiers to replicate and repair stringed instruments.

You don't have to be a musician to appreciate these wonderful drawings which also make great wall art pieces.

The Hill Drawings are a made to order product and take about a week to produce and post. They arrive to us pre-rolled and securely packaged in a strong cardboard tube.

Exclusive to the Ashmolean Museum.