Virgo Harp (New Horizons)

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Type of houseware Virgo Harp Furniture NH Inv Icon.png
Stars Series  |  Instrument
Virgo Harp
Buy price Sell price
Not for sale  22,050 Bells
Height Size
Boy 1 NH Silhouette.png
1.0 x 1.0 1.0 × 1.0
Obtain via  Crafting
Recipe Star Fragment
Virgo Fragment
Gold Nugget
Stone
Recipe type Housewares
Recipe obtained via  Celeste
 Message Bottle (On boat tours)
Customize No customization options.
HHA themes Expensive / Music
HHA points 301
Colors
White
 
Yellow
Variations
None
Names in other languages
 ヴァルゴのハープ
 处女座竖琴
 harpe Vierge
 arpa Virgo
 arpa Vergine
 арфа-Дева
 처녀자리 하프
 處女座豎琴
 harpe Vierge
 arpa Virgo
 Jungfrau-Harfe
 Maagd-harp

The Virgo Harp is a houseware item in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. It is part of the Stars Series. As an instrument, the player is able to interact with it to play musical notes.

The Virgo Harp can be obtained from crafting, which requires Star Fragment, Virgo Fragment, Gold Nugget, and Stone. The recipe for this item can be obtained from Celeste or from message bottles found on the Star Fragment island via Kapp'n's boat tours.

This item appears as a furniture item in the homes of Elvis and Julian. As a result, this item has a chance to be purchasable by the player if they were invited by any of the preceding villagers.

In Happy Home Paradise, this item is unlocked for use in designing when doing a vacation home request for Amelia‎‎, Ankha‎‎, Celia‎‎, Ione‎‎, Julian‎‎, Pudge‎‎, and Timbra‎‎.

In the designing process of Happy Home Paradise, Ione‎‎ requires this item to be placed in or outside their vacation home.

Description

When giving the Virgo Harp to Celeste, she will say the following:

"Persephone, daughter of Demeter, was picking flowers when she was abducted by Hades, god of the dead. Demeter was the goddess of the harvest, and she was so upset that all the crops stopped growing! Eventually, mother and child were reunited, but only for part of each year, which is why we have seasons. The constellation, Virgo, is depicted as a young woman holding wheat, in honor of this story. Between you and me, I think Demeter was suffering from what we call 'empty-nest syndrome.'"

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