Sharp Low hasn't survived as well as some of the other barrows around Tissington, and now it's becoming a bit of a builders yard with piles of walling stone laying around.
It's a good vantage point to see the other barrows in the area tho' with Moat Low,Boars Low and Gorsey Low easy to spot.
Right next to a path that runs from Gag Lane Barn SK158531
Thomas Bateman was here in 1848. His excavtions revealed two crouched skeletons. At the barrow's centre was a stone, underneath it was a bull's horn and another unidentified bone.
The western burial also contained pot sherds, animal bones and
an iron knife. The knife probably dates to the Anglian period and a re-use of the barrow.
J. Barnatt's "Barrow Corpus"
B Marsden's "The Burial Mounds of Derbyshire"