Wartburg Harp, also known as the Wolkenstein harp or the Eisenach harp, dated to the late 14th or early 15th century. 26 strings, 104cm high. Its original strings would have been made of gut, and each string would have been fitted with a buzzing 'bray pin' which makes all of the strings buzz like a sitar. The harp is of maple wood and has lavish inlay decoration. It was made in the Tirol area and is said to have belonged to Oswald von Wolkenstein (1376/7-1445).