Item:Etched silver flute inlaid with water opal
|etched silver flute inlaid with water opal|
|Look:||An abstract design of flame-tipped feathers is etched in gold along the body of the flute. Thin bands of iridescent blue-green water opal surround the fingerholes.|
|Appraised Cost:|| 31,250 Kronars|
|Dimensions:||? length x ? width x ? height|
|Sources:||Source is Nytingale's Instruments (8), Nytingale's Instruments (5)|
- The silver flute appears to be a wind instrument.
- You are certain that the silver flute is crafted from silver or a silver alloy.
- You are certain that the silver flute is of good quality.
You search your mind for what you know of the silver flute...
The silver flute is a slender wind instrument commonly crafted from a variety of materials. Formed from a straight tube easily as long as a grown Halfling's arm, the flute has a small blow hole at its capped end and an array of smaller finger holes gracing its other end. A simplistic network of four keys covers the two holes closest to the open end, allowing the player more control than would be available with the flute's more rustic cousin, the fife.