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In Stock 2020
Updated March 15, 2023

Thank you so much for visiting our In Stock page. We have no harps in stock at this time and don't plan on having any for awhile. We may get in some previously owned harps, so do check back with us occasionally.

Due to an unprecidented 2 1/2 year wait list and the fact that we are running out of wood, we have decided that we will not be taking any new orders for any harps at this time. We don't know what we'll be doing in 2 years so you'll have to check back with us then.

Hear them played

You can hear Sharon Thormahlen play the same tune (A Rose In Winter) on 3 of the models of harps that we make: the Swan, The Cygnet, and The Serenade, made out of a variety of woods (8 harps in all). Time: 4:54 (Sorry but at the time of this video, we had not made the Ceili or Clare harps.)

This is a list of the harps played on the video clip.
1.Maple Cygnet/spruce, Folk Gut strings :33
2.Bubinga Cygnet/redwood veneered spruce, Folk Gut strings :56
3.Koa Swan, cedar veneered spruce, Folk Gut strings 1:20
4.Cherry Cygnet, cedar veneered spruce, Nylon strings 1:48
5.Walnut Cygnet, cedar, Folk Gut strings 2:16
6.Cherry Swan, spruce, Nylon strings 2:40
7.Serenade, mahogany, Nylon strings 3:07
8.Maple Swan, spruce, Nylon strings 3:35





Here is an email testimonial I got on the last day of 2015.

Good Morning Sharon,

Happy New Year. We woke up to a white frosty morning here. My trip home was seamless, with the new baby (harp) in the back seat. The whole trip up and back was smooth and somehow powerful because this harp Dave and you made is more perfect than I could have imagined. Given that my imagination is usually impossible to satisfy, I am still resting in the joy of appreciation of your gift of creativity.

I have been playing in the hospitals since 2008. There have been about 5 harps I have bought, sold, rented and borrowed. Each one seemed fine in the beginning, but as my technique developed and my ear became more discerning I wasn’t satisfied with them …. sometimes almost….., then not !

Meeting you, being there in the studio and seeing the different pieces of wood leaning against the wall, playing and listening to all your harps and then surprisingly knowing the one I wanted…..even before it existed, makes this harp sitting here now, truly a miracle. Out if my desire, and out of your gift of creativity, it is real.

People want to touch it. One patient said it is like touching live skin. My friends stare at it, and like me, don’t have words to describe its beauty. And the sound, how can it be so bright and rich being so young? I am still getting to know her, even though there have been many experiences of being drawn into being at one with her.

Please use anything I have said for your testimonials - even though my words can’t express my gratitude for your ability to create such a work of art.

All the best this new year.

Paula Zand

Take a side trip to look at the process of inlaying pearl and the pillar inlay options. We call it Harp Jewelry. Also see some Completed Inlaid harps.

Call or email us if you're interested in one of the harps shown above or if you'd like to place an order.

Below are samples of the types of wood we most frequently use on our Swans and Cygnets. Click on wood name for more information and pictures of harps made with that wood.

maple, mahogany, walnut, cherry, bubinga, koa

Read more about these types of wood on the woods page.

The Baby Gallery!




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