It looks very similar to the Australian made Loudbark mic.http://loudbark.net/products-blank/microphones/
Manufactured in Victoria by Loudbark for use with vocals, harmonicas, brass and other instruments. These wonderful timber microphones are low impedance (500 Ohms @ 1KHz) and thus work fine into an XLR vocal mic input or a low impedance instrument input.
Since the mic is at the high end of lo-Z mic impedance range (< 600 ohms, see Impedance Matching for Microphones: Is it Necessary at Shure, and Bruce Bartlett's Impedence FAQ) and most modern amps use bridging inputs, plugging into Hi-Z inputs seems to work very well for us. See the Loudbark element specification sheet here.
I have an idea these retail in Oz in excess of AUD $150.00 each