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Nytingale's Instruments
Festival Guildfest 401, Guildfest 405, Guildfest 409, Guildfest 412, Guildfest 416, Guildfest 423
Owner Nytingale
# of Rooms 1
Store Type Bard shops, Music shops, Clothing shops, Container shops, Jewelry shops
This store only accepts Lirums

[Nytingale's Instruments, Showroom]
The traveling caravan is well stocked with supplies for the most discriminating music lover. Pegs line the walls, holding tools and completed items, while a half-finished lyre is held in place by clamps on a workbench near the door. A shifting bead curtain covers the back wall of the room.
You also see the wagon door leading outside, a curving wicker basket, a battered folding table with several things on it, a wooden counter with several things on it, a peg-board with several things on it, a hanging sign and a crystal case with several things on it.
Obvious exits: none.

A hanging sign:

Nytingale al'Danae, Lutier

Before you buy, some information about my merchandise.
All sales are final, so best to know before you spend your coin.

Jackets are not pocketed, however they are cut loosely,
and may be worn over armor.

The shagreen instrument cases are of medium size, and
will hold a lute or mandolin easily.  The leather long pouches
are of a size to hold a flute or whistle or anything about that
big that you care to put in.  The drum pouch is just what it
sounds like - of a good size to hold a bodhran or tambourine.
Temple drums are much deeper than a bodhran, and won't
fit in a drum pouch.

Instruments are sold as is, and will not be altered by
me - removing the inlay would weaken the instrument,
and carving just plain can't be undone.
In the wicker basket
Item Price Done
chamois cloth embroidered with tiny wrens along one edge 330   
midnight blue chamois cloth embroidered with tiny constellations along one edge 330   
bardic blue chamois cloth embroidered with a small logo in one corner 330   
set of twenty-four strings 1,000   
On the folding table
Item Price Done
glass fife stained with swirls of red and yellow - wind 5,000   
glass fife stained with swirls of blue and green - wind 5,000   
painted lyre carved with flowering vines - string 2,500   
maple lyre intricately carved to mimic waving grass - string 2,600   
silverwood lyre blanketed in carved snowflakes - string 3,700   
oak lyre carved and painted to resemble autumn leaves - string 2,500   
On the wooden counter
Item Price Done
polished cherrywood fiddle inlaid with a mother-of-pearl ship - string 40,000   
copperwood faenellica bearing a black sun - string 28,500   
golden gemshorn with elaborate scrollwork - wind 50,000   
polished ebonwood cittern with a slender neck - string 6,000   
On the peg-board
Item Price Done
red velvet flute case 3,500   
lacquered scarlet instrument case painted with golden wrens 5,500   
hog-hide drum pouch burned with the image of a laughing heron 4,000   
cherrywood fiddle bow wrapped with colorful ribbons 600   
beige broadcloth jacket with various instruments silhouetted on the back 2,000   
vibrant blue satin jacket bearing the crest of the Bards' Guild 3,000   
On the crystal case
Item Price Done
filigree copper toe bells 4,389   
toe bells layered in gold leaf 5,643   
copper toe bells engraved with fine scrollwork 5,643   
large silver toe bells 5,643   
bardic blue enameled toe bells 5,643