Circa 1885. Jose do Espirito Santo Ukulele. Handcrafted of Hawaiian Koa wood back and sides with a spruce top, this ukulele remains to be one of the earliest examples of the ukulele in Hawaii. Hawaiian Koa wood neck, fretboard, and a beautiful rope top and back binding with matching rope rosette, fingerboard inlay, center back seam, and a bound rope bridge. Remarkable work and attention to detail.
Handcrafted Hawaiian Koa wood coffin case with matching rope marquetry work inlaid on the top of the case. ID#190027
Not for Sale.