Item:Polished lacewood cistre with a fretwork soundhole

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polished lacewood cistre with a fretwork soundhole
Look: Seven courses of strings arc over the bridge of the pear-shaped instrument, providing a subtle echoing effect when played. This particular example of the luthier's art features a fretwork shesegri as the soundhole, an intricate winding pattern originally used by Elotheans as a focus for meditation.
Weight: 15 stones
Appraised Cost: 26,250 Kronars
21,000 Lirums
18,942 Dokoras
26.25 LTBpoints
26.25 Tickets
26.25 Scrips
Special Properties:
  • This is a musical instrument (or a tool to play, repair, or clean one).
Dimensions: 5 length x 3 width x 1 height
Sources: Source is Nytingale's Instruments (8), Nytingale's Instruments (5)

Appraisal

The lacewood cistre appears to be a stringed instrument.
You are certain that the lacewood cistre is crafted from wood.
You are certain that the lacewood cistre is finely made.
You are certain that the lacewood cistre is strung with a set of seven gut strings.
You are certain that the lacewood cistre needs a pick to be played.

Assess

You are certain that the lacewood cistre is of good quality.