are ancient instruments which have successfully
maintained their authenticity throughout the
we make this instrument in the present day we try to
keep its thousand- year-old origins intact by
reflecting on its past.
whole process of making these instruments is
important to us and we are passionate about making
all our instruments by hand, using prime materials
from natural resources.
most important materials in making bagpipes are
wood, cane and animal skin and we like to think
that when they have fulfilled their purpose they
will return to the earth that produced them.
use native trees as much as possible and the wood is
collected, seasoned and treated in the open air for
several years before it can be worked on. It is
finished and sealed with raw, cold pressed linseed
oil which guarantees the preservation of the wood
and the acoustic qualities.
reeds of the drones and the chanter are made from
the Arundo donax cane, a material which has been
used for hundreds of years by musicians and
instrument makers for its excellent acoustic
bag itself comes from cow’s skin sewn by hand using
linen thread treated and waterproofed using bees wax
on the following images to see the photo gallery of
various stages of production.