Item:Silversteel-tipped purple martin feather quill with an inky blue luster

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silversteel-tipped purple martin feather quill with an inky blue luster
Look: An arching flight feather bearing a glossy, ink-blue sheen, so dark as to be nearly black, crowns the writing implement. The elegantly pointed silversteel nib is designed to lend support to the hand-cut notch in the quill and help retain its shape through the wetting and drying of ink.
Special Properties:
  • This item is placed in the hair.
Dimensions: 1 length x 1 width x 1 height
Sources: Source is Limited Treasures (1), Ink-stained isabelline bourde book bag clasped by a silversteel quill
  • STUDY: You study your feather quill closely. It looks like it can be worn in the hair for special occasions and hairstyles. You're pretty sure you can do the following things with it: WEAR, REMOVE
  • WEAR: (loose hair/default if you arrange your hair in other styles than basic ones) You arrange your hair until it is worn in a deceptively careless-looking arrangement of upswept locks held in place by a silversteel-tipped purple martin feather quill with an inky blue luster.
  • WEAR: (tied hair) You arrange your hair until it is worn tied back in an elegant chignon held in place by a silversteel-tipped purple martin feather quill with an inky blue luster.
  • WEAR: (braided hair) You arrange your hair until it is worn braided in an elegant wreath held in place by a silversteel-tipped purple martin feather quill with an inky blue luster.
  • WEAR: (mussed hair) You arrange your hair until it is worn in a tousled arrangement of upswept locks held in place by a silversteel-tipped purple martin feather quill with an inky blue luster.
  • WEAR: (tangled hair)You arrange your hair until it is worn in a tangled mass with a silversteel-tipped purple martin feather quill with an inky blue luster stuck in apparently at random amidst the coils of hair.
  • REMOVE: You pull your feather quill from your hair, letting it fall to its normal style.