Item:Gold-banded boxwood recorder

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gold-banded boxwood recorder
Look: Bands of ivory outline the finger-holes of the recorder, pale against the dark wood. A nightingale silhouetted against a linden leaf has been burnt into the base of the mouthpiece.
Weight: 5 stones
Appraised Cost: 5,625 Kronars
4,500 Lirums
4,059 Dokoras
5.625 LTBpoints
5.625 Tickets
5.625 Scrips
Special Properties:
  • This is a musical instrument (or a tool to play, repair, or clean one).
Dimensions: 3 length x 1 width x 1 height
Sources: Source is Nytingale's Instruments (8), Nytingale's Instruments (6), Nytingale's Instruments (5), Nytingale's Instruments (2)

Appraisal

  • The boxwood recorder appears to be a wind instrument.
  • You are certain that the boxwood recorder is crafted from wood.
  • You are certain that the boxwood recorder is of good quality.

Recall

The recorder is a long, flared tube with seven finger holes and a single thumb hole. A slit for a blowhole at the tip directs the flow of air through a block just inside the top of the tube. Notes are produced by covering various holes with the fingers.