Links to instrument makers in Northern Europe who manufacture harps, lyres, kanteles and related instruments:
Kate Fletcher & Corwen Broch, musicians and instrument makers in Dorset, England: variety of musical instruments which were current in Northern Europe before around 1050 AD.
Kjeld Henrik Kjeldby, maker of historical music instruments in Askeby, Denmark: Lyres, harps, langeleiks, and many more.
Morten Fredberg-Holm, instrument maker in Copenhagen, Denmark: early medieval lyres, gusli, harps and more.
Yrjänä Ermala, artist, musician and instrument maker in Paattinen, Finland: small harps, flutes and bagpipes.
Rauno Nieminen, instrument maker in Ikaalinen, Finland: jouhikko, kantele, lyre, horns, mandolines and more. He also made replicas of the Ob-Ugrian harp.
Gjøvik Spelmannslagets byggegruppa, Instrument making group in Gjøvik, Norway: Various Norwegian folk instruments (including harps and lyres).
Sverre Heimdal, instrument maker in Numedal, Norway: replicas of the Norwegian lyre from Kravik.
Gjermund Kolltveit, instrument maker and researcher in Fjellstrand, Norway: various lyres, based on archeological findings and medieval iconography.
Valentina Lorenz Cammans, harp teacher and harp maker in Göteborg, Sweden: Small Celtic harps.
Åke Egevad, instrument maker in Kristianstad, Sweden: Historical lyres, harps, and other ancient instruments.
Johan Hedvall, instrument maker in Rydal, Sweden: harps and various other instruments.
Sally Sehlin, instrument maker in Kvänum, Sweden: harp building kits, harp accessories, harps and other instruments.