Item:Ceramic nguru painted with a detailed map of Elanthia

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ceramic nguru painted with a detailed map of Elanthia
Look: Made of shaped clay and then fired, this nguru has been painted with a detailed map of Elanthia. Cleverly utilized, the three fingerholes are placed where the cities of Rivercrossing, Therengia and Shard lay on the map.
Weight: 5 stones
Appraised Cost: 21,250 Kronars
17,000 Lirums
15,334 Dokoras
21.25 LTBpoints
21.25 Tickets
21.25 Scrips
Special Properties:
  • This is a musical instrument (or a tool to play, repair, or clean one).
Dimensions: 2 length x 1 width x 1 height
Sources: Source is Graimairo Wares (2), Graimairo Wares (1)

Appraisal

The ceramic nguru appears to be a wind instrument.
You are certain that the ceramic nguru is crafted from clay or porcelain.
You are certain that the ceramic nguru is created with exquisite craftsmanship.

Assess

You are certain that the ceramic nguru is crafted from clay or porcelain.
You are certain that the ceramic nguru is very finely made.

Recall

The nguru is a small wind instrument native to Prydaen culture that is traditionally made out of the large tooth of an animal but can be made out of carved wood and bone, or molded clay and is shaped like a tooth with a tapering curved end. The nguru consists of a large round opening where one exhales and a smaller opening at the curved end of the instrument, and has between two to four finger holes and is often intricately carved.