Item:Graceful burlwood violin with elongated flame-shaped soundholes

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graceful burlwood violin with elongated flame-shaped soundholes
Look: The dark ebonwood neck and bridge contrast with the curly red-gold grainlines of the burlwood body. The instrument lacks pretentious adornment, displaying only the beauty of the wood and the graceful curves of the instrument itself. A discreet brass plaque along the base of the neck displays the mark of its maker, a nightingale perched on a linden branch.
Weight: 10 stones
Appraised Cost: 36,250 Kronars
29,000 Lirums
26,158 Dokoras
36.25 LTBpoints
36.25 Tickets
36.25 Scrips
Special Properties:
  • This is a musical instrument (or a tool to play, repair, or clean one).
Dimensions: 5 length x 2 width x 1 height
Sources: Source is Nytingale's Instruments (8), Nytingale's Instruments (5)

Appraisal

The burlwood violin appears to be a stringed instrument.
You are certain that the burlwood violin is crafted from wood.
You are certain that the burlwood violin is of good quality.

Recall

The violin is a small, oval-shaped stringed instrument made of wood with a slightly bowed back and front. Each side curves sharply inward, accented by elegant F-shaped soundboard holes to either side of a sharply curved bridge supporting four strings.