Harps aren’t furniture, they’re there to be played. But like pipe organs and harpsichords, there is a tradition of harps being decorative as well as incredible instruments. Marie Antoinette made the harp popular as a pastime for ladies, and this is what they were like back then: Those harps are only about 155cm/5′ tall and [...]
About this blogThe Harp Lounge is made of little blasts from the past, shiny things found in op shops, and a 1940s-50s aesthetic frenzy! I live in Canberra, Australia and I try to have a local focus when looking at vintage things. I also play the harp and like finding old advertising featuring harps.
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