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SaMoCon Posted - 10 Nov 2014 : 00:08:28
Hello, esteemed sages, scribes, and loremasters.

I am endeavoring in a task to create a listing of treasures and items of value which have been encountered in hordes but are not shiny coins and faceted gems, nor are they items of magic (or what most of their value comes from being magical). These are the items which are listed in adventuring party bills of declared value as "Art Object" with an estimated value in gold coins following. I am sure many a merchant has looked at such a dubious entry and wondered why anyone would want something like that in such a vague manner.

The dearth of helpful information in this field, I feel, is because of the vague and wide reaching definition of "art object." The category is so vast that one would have equally difficult and thus sparse entries for "plant 5sp" or "creature 1500 gp." I scoured the internet for resources, official and home-brewed, only to turn up just over 600 such items with a recurring theme of encrusting ordinary objects with gems to increase the perceived valuation. In some cases I can understand the thinking behind these decisions especially since it is a treasure reward that will quickly be exchanged for cash by adventurers. At the same time, I expected these arts to be more... artful and desirous to have.

Maybe the Art Object needs to be designed with more of an eye as something commissioned or made with the idea someone will buy it over a similarly designed item made by a craftsman competitor. Looking around a person's home will show you a number of items on their walls, shelves, and flat surfaces that the person values. There are portraits and pictures of family (sometimes in elaborate framing), books with colorful dust jackets, small sculptures, and items of artisan work both mundane and fancy. It was this thinking that got me started in making the following items using such resources as Aurora's Whole Realms Catalogue amongst others.

EDIT: See Below

Since I was compiling this list to enter into the CrystalBall treasure generator the starting numbers are (frequency - 3 common to 1 rare);(random number);(gp value to multiply the random number by);(item description). In the description I have my own notes in parentheses to add value to skills used by players.

3;2d4;.2;an apparatus of white wood (oak), this stand has a base made of a solid block plank with two arms holding a ring aloft whats diameter is equal to the length of its base. There are no markings on the device. (DC15 Know Arcane: its an Equatorial Ring and that it is only good for use at a specific latitude) (1 gp)
3;2d4;.2;a few slips of papyrus held together by a coarse thread tethered to clay buttons on either side and shaped into a wheel with Thorrasic lettering along the visible edges (DC15 Know Arcane: Volvelle). The papyrus is decorated with concentric circles and radial lines. The top layer has pictures and icons which spin on top of the bottom layer to line up certain words, numbers, and symbols (DC5 Know Arcane: its a calendar of Harptos and the phases of Selune). (1 sp if sold as a novelty, 1 gp if sold as a lunar calendar)
3;2d4;.4;a few slips of pastel colored paper held together by tabs between the sheets and shaped into a wheel with Thorrasic lettering along the visible edges (DC15 Know Arcane - Volvelle). The paper and lettering are painted with the motif of the changing seasons and a large spiral window wends coils its way from the center. The top layer simply has an arrow pointing towards the outer layers of the wheel. The middle layer simply has the picture of a man on one side and a woman on the other. The final wheel has images of lines interconnected by dots (DC10 Know Arcane - recognize male/female and constellation associated with birth to reveal fortune). (2 gp)
3;2d4;.4;a varnished wood wand with brackets at both ends suspending a taught string along the length of the wand. (DC10 Perform: its a Bow for playing stringed instruments) (2 gp)
3;2d4;.4;a bow with the string notches not near the ends, made of a wood that flexes to much, and has an off-center handle perpendicular to the bow's usage. (DC10 Perform: its a Musical Bow) (2 gp)
3;2d4;1;a triangle shaped stringed instrument with a flat body and 9 strings. (DC10 Perform: its a Gusli) (5 gp)
3;2d4;1;a five foot tall staff of reddish wood (Oak) with horizontal cross pieces mounted on brackets. Each cross piece has a line with a weighted plumb hanging from the end. The foot of the staff is shod with a brass spike. (DC10 Know Architecture: its a Groma Surveying pole and its use during construction grants a +1 competence modifier). (5 gp)
3;2d4;1;a rhombus shaped instrument with an open backed hollow body, hide covered face, 2 strings attached to wood turning peg, and a long stick-like neck. (DC10 Perform: its an Erhu (Masenqo)) (5 gp)
3;2d4;1;a lump of pottery fashioned into a smooth clamshell shape that can fit in a human hand with four holes around one side and another, larger hole directly opposite. (DC10 Perform: its an Ocarina) (5 gp)
3;2d4;1.2;a short reed tube with one open end cut at a 45 degree angle, the other left open, 6 holes running down the length, and bone covers lining each opening. (DC10 Perform: its a Thelarr (Kawala)) (6 gp)
3;2d4;2;a gray metal stand holds a wooden crossbar from which are suspended three copper bells divided by two copper clappers. The two outermost bells are suspended from copper chains that wrap around the crossbar and are welded to the grey metal stand while the central bell and two clappers are suspended from ordinary thread. (DC25 Know Arcane to deduce the device is a Gordons Bell and that it needs a Babylon Battery to operate). (10 gp)
3;2d4;2;a short wood tube with one open end cut at t 45 degree angle, the other left open, four holes running down the length, and bone covers lining each opening. (DC10 Perform: its an Shorthorn (Washint)) (10 gp)
3;2d4;2;a short carved wooden tube one foot in length. One end flowers into a bell shape while the other has affixed a small bone bowl. (DC10 Perform: its a Hunting Horn (Horn)) (10 gp)
3;2d6;2;Constructed of varnished maple and trimmed in brass, this hinged box folds open to lay flat, providing two main compartments. One compartment has brushed linen cloth riveted to form one large pocket and two smaller pockets on top of the larger which appear to be meant for wide and long but relatively flat objects. The other, deeper, compartment has cradles for a series of polished bone tubes to be secured into place when properly closed. A leather handle is attached to the outside of the case for easy portage (14 gp)
3;2d4;3;a wood tube with one open end cut at a 45 degree angle, the other left open, 6 holes running down the length, 1 hole opposite, and bone covers lining each opening. (DC10 Perform: its an Songhorn (Ney)) (15 gp)
3;2d4;3;a short brown wood tube with one open end cut at t 45 degree angle, the other left open, four holes running down the length, and bone covers lining each opening. (DC10 Perform: its an Shorthorn (Washint) DC10 Appraise: Dogwood) (15 gp)
3;2d4;4;5 short reed tubes of slightly different lengths with one open end cut at a 45 degree angle, the other left open, 6 holes running down the length, and bone covers lining each opening. (DC10 Perform: its a set of Thelarr (Kawala)) (20 gp)
3;2d4;4;a long wood tube with one open end cut at a 45 degree angle, the other left open, 11 holes running down the length, 1 hole opposite, and bone covers lining each opening. (DC10 Perform: its an Longhorn (Kaval)) (20 gp)
3;2d4;4;a series of short wood tubes with one open end of them cut at at 45 degree angle, the other left open, and lashed together inline with one end level with the rest. (DC10 Perform: its a Birdpipe (Pan Flute)) (20 gp)
3;2d4;4;a brown wood tube with one open end cut at a 45 degree angle, the other left open, 6 holes running down the length, 1 hole opposite, and bone covers lining each opening. (DC10 Perform: its an Songhorn (Ney) DC10 Appraise: Dogwood) (20 gp)
3;2d4;4;a long copper tube five feet in length. One end flowers into a bell shape while the other has a small bowl. (DC10 Perform: its a Fanfare Horn (Trumpet)) (20 gp)
3;2d4;4;a rams horn that has been hollowed out to create a tube that is narrow at one end and wide at the other. (DC10 Perform: its a Hunting Horn (Horn)) (20 gp)
3;2d10;2;a short carved wooden tube one foot in length. One end flowers into a bell shape, nine holes are carved down the length, and the other has affixed a small bone bowl. (DC10 Perform: its a Shawm) (22 gp)
3;2d4;5;a long bronze tube five feet in length. One end flowers into a bell shape while the other has a small bowl. (DC10 Perform: its a Fanfare Horn (Trumpet)) (25 gp)
3;2d4;5;a long brown wood tube with one open end cut at a 45 degree angle, the other left open, 11 holes running down the length, 1 hole opposite, and bone covers lining each opening. (DC10 Perform: its an Longhorn (Kaval) DC10 Appraise: Dogwood) (25 gp)
3;2d4;5;a series of short brown wood tubes with one open end of them cut at at 45 degree angle, the other left open, and lashed together inline with one end level with the rest. (DC10 Perform: its a Birdpipe (Pan Flute) DC10 Appraise: Dogwood) (25 gp)
3;2d6;4;The entire device is a long strip of calfskin leather in which a series of pockets have been sewn, overlapping in descending order. The limited depth of the pockets and the coiling nature of the device limit the storage to mere pages like a scroll. The design encourages stowing paper with the top edge of the page showing, revealing the title or a scribbled note allowing for easy hunting and quick use. The case rolls into sturdy tube that cinches shut with the aid of a pair of belt straps at the top with brass buckles riveted to the back. The remaining exposed surface of the roll is embroidered with black and white beads in a pattern of concentric circles. (28 gp)
3;2d4;5;a long triangle shaped stringed instrument with a narrow flat-backed hollow body 6' long. The single string passes over only one pice of the two piece bridge. (DC10 Perform: its a Tromba Marina) (25 gp)
3;2d4;6;a small triangular stringed instrument with a flat base, a curved arm, and a wave shaped neck holding strings crossing the gap to the arm (DC10 Perform: its a Quarter Harp) (30 gp)
3;2d4;6;a copper tube with one end open at a 45 degree angle, the other left open, 6 holes running down the length, 1 hole opposite, and ridges lining each opening. (DC10 Perform: its an Songhorn (Ney)) (30 gp)
3;2d6;5;a long copper tube curved into a shape similar to an oversized letter "G" with a crossbar for support. One end flowers into a bell shape while the other has a small bowl. (DC10 Perform: its an Cornu) (35 gp)
3;2d6;5;a short copper tube one foot in length. One end flowers into a bell shape while the other has a small bowl. (DC10 Perform: its a Hunting Horn (Horn)) (35 gp)
3;2d6;5;a large, spiral chambered shell that has been polished so the spikes are smooth nubs and a metal eye loop attached to the top for tethering. (DC10 Perform: its a Hunting Horn (Horn)) (35 gp)
3;2d6;5;a small boat shaped stringed instrument with a narrow flat-backed hollow body, 3 strings, and small fingerboard on the neck. (DC10 Perform: its a Rebec) (35 gp)
3;2d6;5;a tear-drop shaped stringed instrument with a small round-backed hollow body, a grilled hole, a flush mounted fretboard, and 3 strings on a long fretted neck (DC10 Perform: its a Pandura Lute) (35 gp)
3;2d6;5;a small club shaped stringed instrument with a narrow curve-backed hollow body, 4 strings, and fingerboard extending up the neck. (DC10 Perform: its a Pochette) (35 gp)
3;2d4;8;a tear-drop shaped stringed instrument with a deep round-backed hollow body, a grilled hole, a flush mounted fretboard, and a perpendicular pegbox (DC10 Perform: its a Common Lute) (40 gp)
3;2d4;8;a pear-shaped stringed instrument with a bowl-backed hollow body, flat-necked fretted fingerboard, a floating bridge, four pairs of strings, and mechanical tuning. (DC10 Perform: its a Mandolin) (40 gp)
3;2d4;8;a wooden instrument of sturdy spruce construction with coiled steel strings and a neck curling to the side to allow only the tenor strings use of the fretted fingerboard (DC10 Perform: its a Yarting) (40 gp)
3;2d4;8;a round-bottomed stringed instrument with a flat-backed hollow body, two arms extending up to a crossbar, and 7 strings attached to the crossbar. (DC Perform: its a Lyre) (40 gp)
3;2d4;8;a long bronze tube curved into a shape similar to an oversized letter "G" with a crossbar for support. One end flowers into a bell shape while the other has a small bowl. (DC10 Perform: its an Cornu) (40 gp)
3;2d4;8;a series of short brass tubes with one end open at a 45 degree angle, the other left open, and braised together inline with one end level with the rest. (DC10 Perform: its a Birdpipe (Pan Flute)) (40 gp)
3;2d4;8;a short copper tube with one end open at a 45 degree angle, the other left open, four holes running down the length, and ridges lining each opening. (DC10 Perform: its an Shorthorn (Washint)) (40 gp)
3;2d4;8;a long copper tube with one end open at a 45 degree angle, the other left open, 11 holes running down the length, 1 hole opposite, and ridges lining each opening. (DC10 Perform: its an Longhorn (Kaval)) (40 gp)
3;2d4;8;a long copper tube coiled into itself to loop once. One end flowers into a bell shape while the other has a small bowl. (DC10 Perform: its a Trumpet (Natural Trumpet)) (40 gp)
3;2d4;8;a three foot long brown wood rod has been appended by two branching staffs with a curious half-bow or quadrant arc. The quadrant arc has been split into two parts. The smaller radius arc, with a span of 60 degree, is mounted on the staff closest to the head of the staff and connects towards the middle of the rod. The longer radius arc, with a span of 30 degree was mounted on the rod closest to the foot and arcs to connect there. Both arcs have a common centre. At the common center, a slotted vane is mounted. A moveable vane is on the upper arc while a moveable sight vane is mounted on the lower arc. (DC15 Know Arcane or DC10 Profession Sailor to recognize a Backstaff. Grants +1 competence bonus to locate one's own position under the open sky). (40 gp)
3;2d4;8;a few slips of paper held together by tabs between the sheets and shaped into a wheel with Thorrasic lettering along the visible edges (DC15 Know Arcane: Volvelle). The paper and lettering is rather plain though the obvious wheel reference is in the words of the top layer being written straight down from the edge in a spoke pattern. The top layer and the middle layer spin on top of the bottom layer to line up certain words, numbers, and symbols (DC15 Heal - recognize symptom, age, remedy granting +1 competence bonus to heal checks vs. sickness and disease). (maybe 1 copper as a novelty, 40 gp as a medical tool)
3;2d4;8;a folding tripod of yellow wood (Oak) provides a base for a brown metal (Bronze) device. From the cap of the tripod's supporting staff is a graduated horizontal disk through which a rod rises to the fulcrum of a hanging half circle also marked like a protractor. The half circle hangs under the flat metal piece that attaches it to the fulcrum pivot. The flat metal has two rising cones barely a quarter inch high. (DC10 Know Architecture to identify this device as a Dioptra Surveying pole and its use during construction grants a +2 competence modifier). (40 gp)
3;2d8;5;Bronze cast, this device is a ring 1 foot in diameter that is attached to a pair of retaining arms. Pins of brass can be removed from the crease where the arms join to the ring to allow the ring to swing free on its axis. The device is anchored by a thick plate of bronze cast with the motif of a sunburst on the horizon of a hilly and verdant land. (DC10 Know Religion to identify the symbology as Lathandar's religion, DC15 Know Arcane to identify the artifact as an Equatorial Ring, and DC15 Know Geography to align the device for proper use). (45 gp)
3;2d8;5;a very long brass tube coiled into itself to loop twice. One end flowers into a bell shape, some tubing slides, and the other has a small bowl. (DC10 Perform: its a Sackbut) (45 gp)
3;2d8;5;Aa tear-drop shaped stringed instrument with a deep round-backed hollow body, a grilled hole, a flush mounted fretboard, and 8 strings on a short fretted neck (DC10 Perform: its a Lauto Lute) (45 gp)
3;2d8;5;a long stringed instrument, this device has four diagonal bridges suspending 5 twinned strings over the spruce sounding board and a pair of oak wood hammers (DC10 Perform: its a half Dulcimer) (45 gp)
3;2d4;10;a tear-drop shaped stringed instrument with a deep round-backed hollow body, a grilled hole, a flush mounted fretboard, and a 4' neck holding 4 additional unfretted strings (DC10 Perform: its a Theorbo Lute) (50 gp)
3;2d4;10;a small triangular stringed instrument with a flat base, a curved arm, and a wave shaped neck holding 34 strings crossing the gap to the arm (DC10 Perform: its a Half Harp) (50 gp)
3;2d4;12;a trapezoidal stringed instrument, this device has two bridges suspending 15 twinned strings over the spruce sounding board and a pair of oak wood hammers (DC10 Perform: its a Dulcimer) (60 gp)
3;2d4;12;a small pear-shaped stringed instrument with a flat-backed hollow body, grilled hole, flat-necked fretted fingerboard, 10 strings, and mechanical tuning. (DC10 Perform: its a Cittern) (60 gp)
3;2d12;5;a small pear-shaped stringed instrument with a flat-backed hollow body, grilled hole, flat-necked fretted fingerboard, 6 paired strings, and mechanical tuning. (DC10 Perform: its a Bandore) (65 gp)
3;2d12;5;a hollow-bodied stringed instrument with square shape, but one side is rounded, an open hole, and 29 strings 4 of which over fretted a fingerboard (DC10 Perform: its a Zither) (65 gp)
3;2d12;5;a small triangle shaped stringed instrument with a flat-backed hollow body, a grilled hole, and 15 strings. (DC10 Perform: its a Triangle Psaltery) (65 gp)
3;2d12;5;a trapezoidal stringed instrument with a flat-backed hollow body, a grilled hole, and 9 paired strings. (DC10 Perform: its a Square Psaltery) (65 gp)
3;2d12;5;a small figure eight shaped stringed instrument with a curve-backed hollow body, 2 long holes on either side of the 4 strings, and fingerboard extending below the neck. (DC10 Perform: its a Violin) (65 gp)
3;2d12;5;a figure eight shaped stringed instrument with a curve-backed hollow body, 2 long holes on either side of the 4 strings, and fingerboard extending below the neck. (DC10 Perform: its a Viola) (65 gp)
3;2d6;10;a large figure eight shaped stringed instrument with a flat-backed hollow body, 2 long holes on either side of the 6 strings, and fretted fingerboard extending below the neck. (DC10 Perform: its a Viol) (70 gp)
3;2d4;15;a hollow-bodied stringed instrument with trapezoidal shape, but one side is rounded, an open hole,42 strings 6 of which over fretted fingerboard, and an extension to which 10 of the longer strings are added on an angle (DC10 Perform: its a Harp Zither) (75 gp)
3;2d4;15;a triangular stringed instrument with a clear base, a curved arm, and a wave shaped neck holding strings crossing the gap to the arm (DC10 Perform: its a Full Harp) (75 gp)
3;2d4;16;a large figure eight shaped stringed instrument with a curve-backed hollow body, 2 long holes on either side of the 4 strings, and fingerboard extending below the neck. (DC10 Perform: its a Cello) (80 gp)
3;2d4;19;a bellows with a hose running to the copper bottom of a handheld bowl, this device has seventeen notched and polished reeds of differing sizes. (DC10 Perform: its a Zulkoon (Sheng w/air bladder)) (95 gp)
3;2d4;20;a long silver tube five feet in length. One end flowers into a bell shape while the other has a small bowl. (DC10 Perform: its a Fanfare Horn (Trumpet)) (100 gp)
3;2d4;32;a long silver tube with one end open at a 45 degree angle, the other left open, 11 holes running down the length, 1 hole opposite, and ridges lining each opening. (DC10 Perform: its an Longhorn (Kaval)) (160 gp)
3;2d4;40;a black velvet roll reveals vellum pages held together by a silvery pin through the sheets and shaped into a wheel with gilded Thorrasic lettering along the visible edges (DC15 Know Arcane: Volvelle). The wheel is multilayered and has an array of windows that reveal symbols and pictures. The bottom layer has a listing of numbers, the next has more numbers, the next has dates, and the final has more numbers. Turning the dials reveals through the windows a beautifully rendered image of an animal, a yellow or blue circle/semicircle, some sort of triangle, and a feature on the head (nose, eye, or ear). (DC20 Survival: recognize a hunting guide for every region based on longitude, latitude, and time of year to hunt the specific animal to feed the number in a party, at what time of day or night, with what type of arrowhead, and what would prematurely spook the beast (DC15 Know Geography: grant oneself +5 to Survival checks for hunting food)). (10 gp as a novelty/200 gp if sold as a hunting tool)
3;2d4;40;a small leather book binding opens to reveal three thin plates of copper shaped into a wheel, fastened together by a brass rivet, with lettering along the visible edges (DC15 Know Arcane: Volvelle). The plates are elaborately engraved and enameled with bright colors of blue, gold, and red. The three plates slide easily independent of each other around their riveted brass axis. The top layer has Thorassic lettering in gold but only of two letters repeating "a" and "b." The middle layer has crimson lettering in Draconic but segregated to not form words. The final layer has azure numbering in Draconic that counts up to 99 which lines up holes of windows to reveal a Dethek rune (DC15 Decipher Script: recognize a cypher that, knowing all three alphabets, allows the user a +10 competence bonus to DC of future coded messages). The wheels are very precise with crafted grooves and catches that audibly click and lock into place. (20 gp as a novelty/200 gp if sold as cryptological tool)
3;2d4;50;an off kilter device, this brown metal (bronze) and laquered wood construct has a flat base upon which a board is attached by a gradient easel for changing its inclination. A brass disc with Thorassic lettering inside rule measures is bolted in place on the board with another disc of brass levered by a brass stand whose base is an arm that is apparently shifted by a tab with an arrow pointing to the Thorrasic lettering of the base disc. The second disc has larger rule measures and the Thorassic lettering seems to compose equally spaced words. Rising from the center of the second disc is a stand upon which a vertical disc is held. Attached to but spaced by bolts an inch off the plate is a half plate. The full plate has rule measures and Thorrasic lettering around the disc while the half plate has radiant lines. Attached to the half plate is a free swinging metal rod with a pointed weight. (DC 5 Disable Device: figure out how to collapse the over 2 foot tall device. DC20 Know Arcane: its a Torquetum.) (250 gp)
2;2d4;120;a medium oblong box held off the ground by four legs, the cabinet opens to reveal a set of 42 white and black levers and a compartment that has stretched strings. (DC10 Perform: its a Clavichord) (600 gp)
2;2d4;132;a medium oblong box held off the ground by four legs, the cabinet opens to reveal a set of 38 white and black levers and a compartment that has stretched strings. (DC10 Perform: its an Ottavino) (660 gp)
2;2d4;200;a large ball of flattish tiles is suspended in a wooden stand. The tiles are carved from black wood (Zalantar) and crafted to fit tightly with the other tiles so that there are no seams. If not for the slightly off color of some adjacent tiles an observer might be fooled into thinking the object was carved from a single piece of wood. Closer inspection show small holes in the tiles filled with resin. A small hole in the bottom reveals the ball to be hollow and inside is a suspended stand for some object. If a light source is put on the stand the sphere will emit lights through the multi-colored resin holes. (DC25 Know Arcane to recognize a celestial globe/DC10 if lit). (1000 gp)
2;2d4;384;a large triangular box held off the ground by four legs, one cabinet has a set of 50 white and black levers, the other compartment has stretched strings. (DC10 Perform: its a Virginal Harpsichord) (1920 gp)
1;2d4;480;a medium glossy white oblong box with bright red and gold trimming held off the ground by four columnar legs, copper caps adorn the feet, the cabinet opens to reveal a set of 42 white and black levers and a compartment that has stretched strings, and a portrait of rolling farmland decorates the inside lid. (DC10 Perform: its a Clavichord) (2400 gp)
1;2d6;400;a medium green marble patterned oblong box held off the ground by four legs carved to look like clawed feet balancing on spheres, the cabinet opens to reveal a set of 38 white and black levers, a pierced cedar coverboard designed like fruitfull grape vines, and a gilded compartment that has stretched strings. (DC10 Perform: its an Ottavino) (2800 gp)
1;2d12;240;a large triangular box held off the ground by four legs, one cabinet has a set of 60 white and black levers, the other compartment has stretched strings. (DC10 Perform: its a Spinet Harpsichord) (3120 gp)
1;2d4;636;a large triangular box held off the ground by four legs, one cabinet has a set of 60 white and black levers, the other compartment has stretched strings. (DC10 Perform: its a Harpsichord) (3180 gp)
1;2d8;400;a large polished mahogany triangular box held off the ground by four curved queen anne legs, one cabinet has a set of 50 white and black levers, each lever is carve with its own symbol and filled in with silver, the other compartment has stretched strings. (DC10 Perform: its a Virginal Harpsichord) (3600 gp)
1;2d12;500;a large triangular box with relief carvings of merchants haggling over various goods is held off the ground by four sheraton shaped legs, one cabinet has a set of 60 white and black pull-stops, the other compartment has stretched strings and a mirror inset in the lid to allow the operator to see behind himself. (DC10 Perform: its a Spinet Harpsichord) (6500 gp)
1;2d4;1840;a large triangular box with carved & painted reliefs of musicians playing for a royal audience. It is held off the ground by four chippendale shaped legs. One cabinet has a set of 60 white and black levers, the other compartment has stretched strings with more paintings inside the compartment and on the lid of common folk crowding the inside (outside) to listen and fantastic beasts lulled to pacifity. (DC10 Perform: its a Harpsichord) (9200 gp)
1;2d6;3500;a large glossy blackwood triangular box held off the ground by four legs, silver trims the entire device, one cabinet has a set of 60 ivory and obsidian levers, the other compartment has stretched strings, and the lid has a silver lining etched with script, symbols, and a radiant figure playing a five string harp made of leaves. (DC15 Know Religion: Milil, Lord of Song. DC15 Perform: its a Masterwork Harpsichord) (24500 gp)


I am seeking feedback on the valuation of these items especially since some of them were based off real world prices converted 1$=1gp which I know is off but I can't really tell in what direction because of how cheap food is in Faerun compared to IRL and the opposite for metals and machines.

EDIT: I totally meant to put this link in this post:
http://forum.candlekeep.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=11916&whichpage=2
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SaMoCon Posted - 23 Nov 2018 : 19:46:14
Hmm... I hope you don't mind that I answer this in order, TBeholder.

A skeleton key is any kind of a master key made by a locksmith to open his locks minus the extra parts of the regular keys that would differentiate & unlock their mated locks.

Part of the value is knowing what you are selling and the other part is knowing whom to sell it to for that value. A book that is unknown could be anything and just be worthless. This one identifies how a necromancer and his family interacts with the problems that would arise. Use of this information can be helpful to finding such spellcasters trying to remain incognito in a civilian population. And, believe it or not, the original idea taken from its source was just the diary of a necromancer's teenage daughter. The revelation of a continuance to a believed ended noble line, was added later. All told, the book is still worth roughly 30 silver coins, which is less than the cost of a blank book of similar size & materials.

Again, this was taken from another source; however, it does fit with the whimsical nature of (Mystral/Mystra/Midnight)'s religion and nowhere does it say one controls said Chosen. It just brings one. Also compare this to a Greater Necklace of Prayer Beads, which can be manufactured. I am not saying this was a good idea to begin with; however, in my updated and more fully detailed listing of over 1500 mundane & magical art objects I have downgraded the summon to just a signaling that the Chosen can hear across the planes. If a Chosen decides to do anything is up to that Chosen in the manner & expedience that he sees fit. Such whistles are also sacred objects of the church that would be sought after and demanded from those not ordained into the mysteries of the faith... further enhancing its value.

I do find your statement about dwarves to be curious. Your notion seems to indicate you think they are more like Tinker Gnomes from Dragonlance that needlessly complicate simple things. It is a beautiful jewelry box. All the security such a box would need is everything that was built around it to protect the inhabitants of the space the box happens to occupy. If anyone is going to steal from the box then they would steal the whole box! The real world item that inspired this description has no such lock because it would have been unnecessary. On top of that, this item was the most highly valued thing on this list; moreover, the mostly wire design of the box is delicate so any lock would be of exceptionally limited use to anyone who wanted to get at something inside of the box by merely cutting through one side or just dashing the box against a hard stone.

Those points being made, this is all just suggested. Nothing is stopping any DM from making changes on the points you made or altering everything. You want a lock on the box <bam!> it's there. I'm not some prissy artiste who believes any alterations of his works is blasphemy - heck, what I am doing is altering many other peoples' works & endeavors.
TBeholder Posted - 28 Sep 2018 : 14:19:17
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21 | 15 | 2d4 | 0.3 | "a skeleton key almost 8 inches long and weighing about two pounds coated in red rust, obviously meant for unlocking a gate or similarly huge door. The key's ""teeth"" look like a hammer, balanced haft down, on top of an anvil"

So, a skeleton key that is not a skeleton key at all?
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43 | 30 | 2d4 | 0.6 | "a book with blue-bordered grey slate covers and a silver moon painted on the front. The arcane text inside is water-stained, blurry, and hard to read much less decipher" | "DC13 Knowledge Nobility: the Everet noble line was supposed to have died with Delthrin the Deadmaster a few years ago. / Draconic + High Wyrmish: the diary of Kaedi Everet a necromancer's daughter bemoaning having a father, Delthrin Everet, who scares away all the good-looking boys." | 25% as is/100% if known |
Why would an unknown book on Draconic cost less than one known to be... a girl's diary bemoaning whatever?

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DC25 Knowledge Religion: a Chosen of Mystra is summoned when used. This object is only carried by powerful wizards/priests in Mystra's favor

...seriously?
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1000 | 2100000 | 2d6 | 30000 | "a small octagonal golden box with intricate metal designs on each side and the lid has more patterns surrounding an elaborately inlaid blooming rose. A total of 320 cabochon stones of red, blue, green, and orange are set as a border to the lid & each facing." | "DC16 Metalcraft: gold metal using three techniques (engraving, embossing, & wire filigree) practiced only by the dwarves of the Great Rift. / DC16 Jeweler: ruby & sapphire jewels and tourmaline & jade fancy stones in gold." | 1% as is/20% part known/100% if known | http://arts.cultural-china.com/en/41Arts1707.html

If the dwarves would make such a thing, why not add a combination lock (buttons, buttons everywhere!), double bottom or something?
SaMoCon Posted - 09 Dec 2016 : 18:45:52
  • 176 | 17000 | d12+d20 | 100 | metals of grey, yellow, and orange create this spade-shaped plate with five dangling chanins of medallions and links. Applied ornaments on the plate form of symbols of love, cupid, and doves at an altar with a flaming heart. The central chain has four cartouches decorated with trophies terminating in a suspension hook. A large closed locket, a small key, and a small box hooked to the chains are decorated with baskets of flowers or scrolling vines. | 1% as is/40% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known | DC13 Metalcraft: gold, silver, and electrum form this item with gnomish flourishes from smiths in Tashalar. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: a chatelaine used by noblewomen to keep tools ready in style. The locket has a strange pin and rings while the box has writing implements. The key is for <insert>. / DC15 Knowledge Arcana: the locket is a lodestone-pinned dry compass used for recreational divinations (+1 Survival checks to not get lost, +2 Perform checks to entertain). | http://www.britishmuseum.org/research/collection_online/collection_object_details.aspx?objectId=80540&partId=1


  • 177 | 18000 | 2d8 | 200 | an 11in golden baton with finely carved spirally fluted handle, two graduated tear-shaped fluted finials, a fluted & ribbed cup carved with a band of three leaves at the base, a ring of cream-colored stone beading, and a turned hardwood spacer of 2 voluminous bulbs. | 5% as is/25% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: an elmwood device with gold leaf foil and oak head. / DC16 Jeweler: the beading is boar tusk ivory. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: a scepter of office for an Ebonfar tax collector. As the materials denote, Ebonfar was not a particularly prosperous kingdom in its day. |


  • 178 | 24000 | d6+d8 | 300 | a tall black chest of drawers 7ft by 3.5ft capped with an open bonnet top with heavy scrolled moldings and three urn & corkscrew finials while the skirt is simply shaped with 3 flat headed arches, 2 drops, and cabriole legs terminated in pad feet. A horizontal row of 3 drawers at top, 4 stacked long drawers graduated in size at middle, and 2 shallow drawers over 3 deep drawers on the bottom are all rife with images in gold and red on black ground, Leaves, vines and flowers are painted on legs and cornice while Chinoiserie designs include a man and woman in front of a pagoda, men in boats, rickshaws, birds, roosters, and camels, and an unusual small, one-masted boat. | 10% as is/30% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Painting: the unusual decoration was achieved by building up gesso to create raised areas and then painting, gilding, & varnishing the entire object to simulate the lacquered wooden wares of Kara-Tur. / DC11 Woodcraft: chest of drawers made of maple & white pine hardwoods by guildsmen of Waterdeep. Six good furniture locks from Mirabar are installed in the drawers. / DC15 Knowledge History: a counterfeiter's ring in the Carpenters', Roofers', & Plaisterers' Guild of Waterdeep made these items to pass off as goods from Kara-Tur, but the goods were soon in higher demand and commanded more money as domestic products leading to the ring's disolution. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/682/title-asc?t:state:flow=7350386c-4f11-4928-93ba-bfdd407bb67c


  • 179 | 26000 | 2d12 | 200 | a silvery bracelet with a scene for a banquet of human antiquity painted in enamel on a gold ground in a wide band around the bracelet's circumference. The finely detailed painting is so precise that individual faces, styles of dress, foods, and supperware are easily identifiable. An etched & polished border above & below the painted scene features interlocking doublearch & chevron designs. | 5% as is/ 40% part known/ 100% if known | DC16 Jeweler: goldsmithed and enameled by jewelers of Calimshan's Suldolphor. / DC13 Painting: a reproduction of Stelio Gorlamo's "Hubris of the Baclani," a lost painting showing the result of a curse by Sharess placed upon a Jhaamdathan noble house for its taciturn strictures upon all within their domain. The delirious revelry emptied the Baclani fortune, brought public shame, and destroyed their credibility but it also earned them friendships, new business interests, and a humility that endeared them to their subjects. | http://art.thewalters.org/detail/24775/bangle-bracelet-2/


  • 180 | 28000 | 2d6 | 400 | a bundle wrapped in oiled cloth is partially undone to show yellowed bones of an approximately medium sized humanoid which are bound together by colored strings. The bones themselves appear to be polished though the cloth they are in is nondescript and may just merely be meant for easy transport. | 1% as is/ 25% part known/ 50% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC13 Healing: the bones belong to an orc though the weathering shows they were preserved and bundled centuries ago. / DC17 Know History: this item contains the bones of Uruth Ukrypt, the orc king of the Orcfastings War in 936 DR who drove an orc horde to the gates of Waterdeep before being routed and killed in the Westwood. / DC20 Know Religion: the "Bones of the Orc King," this relic is a point of contention between humans of Tempus' faith and orcs of Ilneval's faith and has traded hands several times in temple raids. |


  • 181 | 33000 | 2d10 | 300 | a chain necklace made of elongated blue links and round brassy rings with an idol pendant of a partially draped female figure holding a pitcher of carved white stone surrounded by metalwork wisteria vines with deep blue stalks, green leaves, and opalescent white blossoms. Pale orange cabochon stones are set in the vines flanking her head and below her feet. The reverse of the pendant is carefully tooled but unadorned by the vivid colors on the front. | 5% as is/ 33% part known/ 100% if known | DC16 Jeweler: a work of enameled gold, opal precious stones, and carved ivory by Quillea of Myratma who incorporates entire human figures into his designs. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: a depiction of Lady Serisa Khiilart, a favored customer of Quillea's jewelry, and one of many works he made in her honor in the middle 13th century. Debutantes wearing a graven image of the Lady were believed to be under her protection and guidance, a superstition that is still followed no matter how old fashioned. | http://art.thewalters.org/detail/5299/la-source-pendant-and-necklace/


  • 182 | 34000 | d12+d20 | 200 | a carved & gilded looking glass surmounted by an eagle with outstretched wings. Below the eagle is a round mirror then a rectangular mirror surrounded by C scrolls and foliate carving. Comely female heads above C shaped sections of mirrors over floral garlands at each side meet at the base in C scrolls surrounding a foliate carving. | 5% as is/ 40% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: gesso & gold foil applied to white pine carved by Silverymoon's top carpenters. / DC13 Metalcraft: in place of a looking glass is a silver plate forged & polished by silversmiths of Sundabar to a mirror quality reflictiveness. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/731/title-asc?t:state:flow=1b1296c3-15fc-438c-b904-7d28076564f1


  • 183 | 39000 | 2d12 | 300 | a wooden case of drawers 4ft by 4ft with a slant front over a pair of graduated cabinet doors on the front, three tiers of cabinet doors on each side, and a base barely carved out 1in for the feet at each corner. A 1ft metal rod protrudes from the base and bends parallel to the case. Another rod also protrudes from the base but stays perpendicular. | 5% as is/40% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Perform: a masterwork pipe organ of 53 keys. It is powered by the foot lever and the volume can be increased by opening the cabinet doors. / DC11 Woodcraft: a mahogany & oak hardwood cabinet with ebony & ivory fittings made by artisans in Sundabar. / Disable Device: the average locking panels on open to reveal chambers & mechanism that are not intended for storage and a desktop with pull knobs & shiny lever keys of white & black. A latching mechanism in each side can be disengaged to separate the upper and lower halves of the cabinet for easier portage. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@27/15/title-asc?t:state:flow=797dd55c-8e10-40f5-810a-efb0ef327019


  • 184 | 42000 | d4+d6 | 700 | a metallic luster desk sized for a medium humanoid with curved blocked elements on each side of the front forming four graduated drawers. An additional central drawer bridges the block elements. In the recess between the elements is a cabinet door. | 2% as is/20% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a bureau table made of mahogany and white pine crafted and varnished in Sundabar. / DC13 Locksmith: built into the desk are eight superior locks (6 for the side drawers, 1 central, and 1 cabinet) separately keyed. / DC15 Knowledge History: this furniture was used by Arabel's court magistrate but was looted by mercenaries in 1352 DR during the Usurper King's aborted coup. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/191/title-asc?t:state:flow=b926f51f-97fb-466d-a70e-72489f456eb8


  • 185 | 44000 | 2d10 | 400 | two halves of a round disk made from yellow metal sheets soldered together. A pattern on both disks is of concentric bands of differing sunburst patterns. Surmounting the front disc is a maned lion's head crowned by a cobra in full hood. | 5% as is/ 25% part known/ 50% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC16 Jewelry: gold metal which is chiseled and beaten into shape rather than molded, a method common to Eastern lands where labor is cheaper. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: a broad collar worn by upper class Mulhorandi men & women used as decoration that proclaimed high status. / DC15 Knowledge Religion: also used as a ritual instrument by holding the collar in the hand and rattling the beads. The feline & serpent heads are dual natured, the appeal of Nobanion's right to rule and Set's merciless grip on power - the wearer of this device wanted it known that he or she was in charge and no one should question that. | http://art.thewalters.org/detail/39570/aegis-with-the-head-of-sakhmet/


  • 186 | 50000 | d8+d10 | 500 | a golden chest that looks like a pillared building with four peaked gables and a large, raised central dome. There are carved reliefs of humanoid figures on all the flat spaces and elaborate decorative work on the borders and roofing. | 10% as is/40% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known | DC13 Woodcraft: a red cedar wood frame chest shod with metal and bears the markings of Sembia's Selgaunt Trades Guilds. This item is not a chest but a storage box that can only be opened by undoing all the latches which is time consuming and inconvenient. / DC13 Jeweler: copper metal that is gilded, affixed with bronze fittings, and inset with walrus tusk carvings. / DC20 Know Religion: this is the reliquary of Orla, High Cleric of Chauntea who proselytized the Grain Goddess to Moondale prior to its evolution into the nation of Sembia. It held her bones until they were interred at the Harvest House temple in Daggerford but the reliquary is still revered by the faithful. | http://www.wga.hu/html_m/zzdeco/1gold/12c/13g_1101.html


  • 187 | 68000 | d12+d20 | 400 | a golden 3ft long sceptre with a pyramid supported by crescent moons and a jeweled cup base on the top. A fluted pillar supports the cup base and provides a spacer from the turned handle. | 5% as is/ 25% part known/ 50% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC13 Metalcraft: gold leaf on brass, probably of late Jhaamdathan or early Chondathan design. / DC16 Jeweler: beljuril jewels adorn the cup base. / DC15 Knowledge History: a Supremus, or gifted mentalist of Aupensor, used scepters like this to denote his power & authority in Jhaamdath. | http://www.phoenixmasonry.org/masonicmuseum/Shrine_Potentate_Scepter.htm


  • 188 | 120000 | d10+d12 | 1000 | a wooden cabinet on an attached dais topped by an open chamber, the whole of which is 8ft tall. The 1ft high dais fills a 5ft square and holds the 4ft cabinet. Urn finials decorate the tops of the cabinet & chamber, polished wood reveals tones of deep brown & red, and gilt patterns of scrolling vines & draping wreaths decorate the flat spaces. | 2% as is/ 20% part known/ 60% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC13 Woodcraft: teak and maple hardwoods of Theskan master craftsmanship. / DC18 Know History: this, like many mobile shrines, was part of a temple that had to evacuate as this one had from Thesk's Phsant during the panicked flight from the Tuigan Horde in 1360DR. / DC25 Know Religion: this was originally a shrine to Waukeen that was rededicated to Shaundakul. | http://www.architecturalartifacts.com/store/funkadelics/0801540556/


  • 189 | 140000 | 2d6 | 2000 | a nearly two foot long gray metal statue of an upright human arm in a sleeve with 3 raised fingers, an inscribed golden bracelet about the wrist, golden sleeve trim in scrolling interwoven vines, and quatrefoille knotwork patterns on the sleeve. Though the sculpture does not seem hollow, its weight is less than what a solid metal piece would be. | 1% as is/ 10% part known/ 25% half known/ 75% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC13 Metalcraft: gilded silver with rock crystal, semiprecious stones, glass, & niello silversmithed by dwarves of Dardath. / DC15 Knowledge Religion: a "speaking" reliquary which takes the shape of the saint's body part it contains. Items like these are believed to be channels to the saints' patron gods and bring the attentions of the sainted persons. / Dethek + Shanatan: an inscription in niello on the narrow silver strip ornamenting the seam of the sleeve, "For my arm is a shield to my allies and always extended in friendship to the good of heart. - Gammon" / DC25 Knowledge History: this item of dwarf origin and human content can only be the arm of Gammon the Helmite, a Northman who brought word of a surprise force of orcs to the King Oskilar of Dardath and prevented an assassination attempt at the cost of his arm in 612 DR. Gammon died 2 years later in the same battle that also slew the dwarf king. The dwarves chose to honor Gammon with a mix of their artisanship and human religious reverence. Gammon is not officially sainted. | http://art.thewalters.org/detail/25190/arm-reliquary-of-saint-pantaleon/


  • 190 | 150000 | d4+d6 | 2500 | a silvery, rounded stone irregularly shaped to be roughly 2ft across by 9" high. A pair of holes in the stone are connected by a channel that slopes from one end to the other allowing marbles or liquid to run from the higher to the lower hole. No scratches mar the surface of this item. | 1% as is/30% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | DC16 Jeweler: a hypersthene ornamental stone. / DC13 Stonecraft: this rock was not carved into its shape but had been worn by water erosion. The polish was hand done which is far more labor intensive and unusual for anything other than works of art. / DC15 Know Religion: Fontstone of the Unicorn Run |


  • 191 | 280000 | 2d6 | 4000 | a brassy metal box molded & engraved with symbols & images which are ominous for its inclusion of skulls as border motifs, manacled creatures at either end, skeletal figure riding a gaunt horse on a field of dying people & animal corpses, and leering spectral visages on the lid. Fine gray chains connect ring bails on either side of the box to closed loop terminals while another 2 chains loop back on either side of a protruding box handle beneath the lid on the front & back. The chains may be pulled across the lid and secured to each other through a seperate padlock on the top to secure the box tightly. | 1% as is/ 20% part known/ 50% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC13 Jeweler: silver with gilding & turquoise showing molding techniques used during the Netherese diaspora. / DC15 Knowledge Religion: an appeasement vault dedicated to Bhaal meant for the placement of a murder victim's heart. The heart would attract murderous or baneful energies which would then be trapped in the vault. / DC22 Knowledge History: this relic was shamefully used by the watch captains of Waterdeep's poorer Dock district whom desicrated the corpses of murder victims to place hearts inside the vault to stanch the high crime rates. A wandering priest of Myrkul exposed the watch captains who fled from the startled authorities. The priest took the relic as payment for a service rendered to Waterdeep and disappeared in 1341 DR. | http://art.thewalters.org/detail/23140/a-ritual-box/


  • 192 | 400000 | d6+d8 | 5000 | a small chest with glass walls bordered by spiral twist pillars, a domed metal lid sculpted with overlapping scale designs, and a sawtooth patterned base on four feet designed to look like swans. Clearly seen inside the case are golden locks of hair filling the interior. | 1% as is/20% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Glasscraft: the glass is pure of impurities in simple pot metal molded by Tammerbund's Glasswares of Waterdeep complete with his mark & guild number. / DC15 Know Religion: this is a divine relic of Lathander known as the Hair of Sevra Delkinson used in sermons of redemption and faith (+2 to checks to proseltyze). / DC15 Know the Planes: the hair is from an aasimar though it is stained with the fumes of abyssal sulfer fires. | http://osmsauce.com/index.php/2011/03/23/religious-relics/


  • 193 | 780000 | 2d12 | 6000 | a golden chest that looks like a narrow pillared building with tall peaked roof. There are carved reliefs of humanoid figures on all the flat spaces and elaborate decorative work on the borders and roofing. There is decorative foil lining on the edges, people in acts of worship embossed in inset panels, and colorful cabochon stones of yellow, orange, green, and brown. | 1% as is/40% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a white pine wood frame chest shod with metal and bears the markings of the Trades Guilds of the Shining Baronies. This item is not a chest but a storage box that can only be opened by undoing all the latches which is time consuming and inconvenient. / DC16 Jeweler: Spinel precious stones in gold metal construct, affixed with electrum fittings, and embossed by Waterdhavian goldsmiths. / DC15 Know Religion: this is the Ark of the Sun, the dust & pebbles contained therein is believed to be the remains of a divine tablet entrusted to the mortal world by Lathander when he first appeared but mysteriously crumbled during the Dawn Cataclysm. | http://www.fisheaters.com/relics.html

SaMoCon Posted - 09 Dec 2016 : 18:42:49
  • 124 | 1600 | d6+d8 | 20 | a 6.5ft tall by 3.5ft wide chest with seven tiers of graduated overlapping-front drawers supported by ogee feet. The top tier has three drawers, the second has two drawers, while the rest has a drawer each. A wavy sawn board trims the gabled cornice molding, what looks to be large keyholes in the drawers, horizontal arrangement of the wood grain, and unadorned metal drawer pulls completes a simple aesthetic for this furniture. | 10% as is/50% part known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a chest of drawers made of birch, black walnut, yellow pine, and tulip poplar hardwoods made by artisans of Everlund. / DC11 Lockcraft: Quaker Locks (very simple locks), needing springy wood "keys" and holes cut into the drawer shelf, are built into each drawer except the top tier. A key must be put into the keyhole and pushed by a finger through the hole above to open the drawer. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1293/title-asc?t:state:flow=15da9f18-026a-454d-8187-6f70440ad8ae


  • 125 | 1600 | d6+d8 | 20 | an angled open wooden rectangle flanked by pair of hinged wings on a tri-footed 3ft pole. The front edges of the rectangle and wings are carved serpentine. A pair of rounded arms push forward from the base of the angled rectangle and the remannts of candle wax hint at their use. The baluster turned column and three cabriole legs each have decoratively carved raised teardrop motifs. | 5% as is/20% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a lectern Sembian artisans made from mahogany. / DC15 Disable Device: cleverly hidden catch hooks allow the lectern to be quickly collapsed and easily set-up for portable use. / DC15 Know History: this item was used by Tobin Smelterjack, a famed shield dwarf engineer who lectured at schools from Candlekeep to Calimport. He and a winter caravan disappeared in Fang Pass on the Trade Way through Amn's Cloud Peak in 1348 DR. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/840/title-asc?t:state:flow=ba739f60-c33d-440c-9ce6-5598409e5ba0


  • 126 | 1600 | d6+d8 | 20 | a couch 3ft by 7ft with serpentine crest rail, horizontally scrolled arms, serpentine front rail, egg-and-dart moulding, and leaf-carved cabriole legs on claw & ball feet. The soft upholstery is a vivid blue with large floral prints that is edge fastened with golden tacks. A base cushion and pair of cylindrical pillows match the upholstery. | 5% as is/50% part known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a sofa of mahogany & beech made by guildsmen of Sembia's Selgaunt. / DC11 Weaving: a mix of Daerlunian wools with wolf fur stuffing upholstered by fullers from Sembia's Daerlun. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1218/title-asc?t:state:flow=ceb47a94-0c13-40a4-90f6-d6d15e061210


  • 127 | 1600 | d6+d8 | 20 | a medium-sized, cushioned chair with curved wings & arms, bulbous turned feet, and emperor styled back. The cloth has designs of pastoral subjects with figures in a landscape: an arbor enclosing a woman at left in a yellow gown & man at right in a red coat both above a seated horseman in red cap & pants & blue coat holding the reins of his white mount, a red & beige castle, a reclining beige stag, a plant with white & beige flowers & white & green leaves, a standing woman in a red dress, a standing man in a blue coat & beige cap & trousers, a standing man holding a rake over his shoulder & wearing a beige hat & trousers & a blue coat, a standing man blowing a horn & holding a lance & wearing a blue cap & coat & beige trousers, a woman harvesting grain & wearing a brown hat & red dress, a man in brown cap & blue coat & yellow trousers herding 6 sheep, and a woman seated beneath a tree reading & wearing a brown cap & blue blouse & and red skirt. | 5% as is/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: walnut hardwood frame made by Iriaeboran bodgers. / DC11 Weaving: black fabric worked in wool and silk tent stitch by needleworkers of Iriaebor. / DC15 Knowledge History: the images are a montage of the historical foundings of the City of a Thousand Spires, Iriaebor. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/641/title-asc?t:state:flow=5c38c965-fca0-42b7-878f-42e7be67c8d7


  • 128 | 1650 | 2d4 | 33 | a woven carpet of red, blue, brown, sparkly white, & sparkly yellow decorated with a large central medallion and corner segments. The oval medallion has end pendants filled with half palmettes and interlacing floral & arabesque scrolls. Each corner segment has a section of medallions. The border has floral scrolls with large palmettes alternating with stems bearing lotus palmettes, buds, & leaves. In the inner guard band is a wavy geometric scroll: in the outer guard band a series of stylized leaves and spiral scrolls. | 10% as is/ 66% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Weaving: a wool pile "medallion Ushak," a Turmish style rug characterized by a large central medallion and corner segments on floral vine tracery. This one was made in Tethyr's Saradush. / DC15 Knowledge the Planes: the sparkling is fairy dust impregnated in the white & yellow areas of the carpet that causes it to dimly glow in the dark. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@6/43/title-asc?t:state:flow=c1baa895-e908-4a19-9cdf-eed7fc001be6


  • 129 | 1700 | d12+d20 | 10 | a nearly 8ft tall cabinet with molded cornice, 2 inlaid full length doors, central faux stile, scalloped & inlaid skirt, squared cabriole legs, and neoclassical inlays of: ovals, swags, bellflowers, bowknots, & a vine with berries emanating from a classical snake-handled vase. Inside are 2 shelves over 3 small drawers above 1 shelf and several holes where a half dozen dowel hooks could be fitted. | 10% as is/ 50% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: Shavinaran artisans combine hardwoods & decorative lumbers for this furniture: mahogany, tulip poplar, yellow pine, satinwood, holly, & maple. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: an armoire clothes press useful for storing elaborate or large garments in a place where they will not wrinkle & are safe from pests. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/92/title-asc jsessionid=F5581773F12FB55B6170959EA9C6F0E3?t:state:flow=9297b72f-43b0-4aed-a0e6-7783c68384f3


  • 130 | 1800 | 2d8 | 20 | a huge wooden construct 11ft long by 9ft high of glass door encased bookshelves over cabinets. A broken pediment over cornice, two flanking wings, 4 doors with trelliswork & 2 rows of gothic arcading, central double arch with waterfall carving at juncture of lower scrolls, pleated curtain panels hung between rods attached to top and base rails of door, adjustable shelves, broad lower cupboards, and moulding above stepped plinth base accentuate the workmanship of this furniture. | 5% as is/50% part known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: mahogany & oak hardwoods arched & styled by Sembian woodworkers. / DC20 Weaving: silk curtains made of maiden's hair fungus earthsilk exported by the dwarves from the Earthspur Mountains. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/730/title-asc?t:state:flow=a57dc174-b961-4b85-b5d4-fd51d1de33b2


  • 131 | 2000 | d8+d10 | 20 | a polished dark wood table with rounded "turret" corners, deep skirt, ruffles, foliage, C scrolls, rectangular bead-edged drawer, inset brass keyhole escutcheon, ornate bail & rosette drawer handle, 4 acanthus leaf carved cabriole legs, single pendant bellflower, and ball & claw feet. | 5% as is/50% part known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a mahogany, yellow pine, & white cedar table made in Citadel Felbarr according to the old guild marks. / DC15 Search: the top opens to a baize-lined playing surface with round corner reserves and oval wells for gaming pieces to the left of each corner, the rear legs swing out on a gate to support the open top. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/232/title-asc?t:state:flow=4f5f6ca0-3f29-482e-8b1f-e2f084782bc5


  • 132 | 2000 | d8+d10 | 20 | an upholstered bench 2.5ft by 7.5ft with two scrolled arms, flat crest rail decorated by carved vines & clusters of grapes, reeded seat rails terminating in carved rosettes, and raised by four reeded saber legs ending in metal paw feet. Metal tacks secure the upholstery and raised cushions in place, providing a shiny yellow lining contrasting with the verdant cloth's wide-lined patterns. | 4% as is/60% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: an empire-style sofa of mahogany and black walnut hardwoods fabricated by Sembian carpenters and finished with brass fittings. / DC11 Weaving: upholstery of Daerlunian wool textile stuffed with horse hair made by Sembian fullers. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1215/title-asc?t:state:flow=45912897-6ec7-4e5d-996c-4aea7ee82902


  • 133 | 2000 | d8+d10 | 20 | a rectangular framed, pillar looking glass with cornice molding, carved bowknot & vine frieze, large rectangular églomisé panel, flanking fluted pilasters, foliate carved capitals, églomisé panels of gilded urn & vertical vine on black, and a plain base. The large panel is painted with a patterned dark border around a white reserve with a swag of leaves & roses at center supported by 2 bowknots. | 5% as is/20% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: Chondathan crafters in Samra carved the wooden frame for the mirror. / DC11 Painting: gilt & gesso decorated by artisans in Iljak. / DC11 Glasscraft: silvered-glass of Turmish make. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/753/title-asc?t:state:flow=688d607a-3e32-4db0-876d-f40de9be6e55


  • 134 | 2000 | d6+d8 | 25 | a partially backed cushioned bench 3ft by 6.5ft with one end curling rest higher than the other and serpentine curves shaping the legs and backing. The scrolls are painted with gilt rosettes, triple elongated elements, and foliate motifs terminating in anthemions. Red upholsterey covers the back, the upwards exposed scrolling rests, and the length of the bench with golden thread braiding at the seams reinforced with gleaming tacks. | 10% as is/30% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: recamier couch of Amnish design using applied rosewood graining on tulip poplar hardwood. / DC11 Weaving: red wool cover with red and yellow silk tape filled with curled horsehair makes a firm cushion of high quality. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: reclining couches like these are in demand in humid areas or during the summer by nobles with high fashion tastes but low tolerance to the stifling heat of their own clothing. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/443/title-asc?t:state:flow=5981e712-6e3f-4bae-8aa4-fc70b7ad1ed0


  • 135 | 2000 | d6+d8 | 25 | a 2ft wooden artifact with a thick pear-shape body, a bent headpiece, six strings running the length, and a strange wheel in the base mounted behind a stocky center-aligned box. It is decorated with black & white inlaid border, ten white & thirteen black levers, a tapering flat tail piece, and a white handled crank. The neck has shell engravings on top, star and diaper patterns on the side, and is terminated in a carved female head. | 8% as is/40% part known/100% if known | DC13 Perform: it is a Hurdy-gurdy or violin that produces a sound when the crank-turned wheel scrapes the strings. Melodies are played on a keyboard that presses small wedges against one or more strings to change pitch. / DC11 Woodcraft: a Sundabaran device of mahogany & satinwood with ebony, beech, & ivory flourishes mixing dwarven and human techniques. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@27/54/title-asc?t:state:flow=b5965aae-97eb-463d-98fd-c2825d4538c0


  • 136 | 2100 | 2d20 | 10 | a voluted-edge framed looking glass decorated with beadwork in figural subjects including: a woman tied to an anchor, a woman pouring out a cornucopia, a seated man holding a bird, and a man holding a scroll trodding on a serpent. Also shown are flowers, birds, insects, a deer, a hound, a fox, and a unicorn. The background beads are white, with design in opaque and clear shades of yellow, orange, blue, green, coral, black, tan, and brown. The mirror is edge & outside scalloped edge trimmed with narrow dark blue and white looped fringes while block printed cotton cloth in a design of minute birds, insects, flowers, and butterflies, in red, blue, & green skirts the entire frame. | 10% as is/ 30% part known/ 60% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: portrait mirror frame of sandalwood carved & festooned with glass beads by woodshapers of Innarlith in the Lake of Steam region. / DC11 Glasscraft: colored ceramic beads and silver looking glass exported from Turmish. / DC15 Knowledge Religion: Umberlee, Chauntea, Ilmater, and Oghma in benign almost elemental roles. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/786/title-asc?t:state:flow=2fdd425e-d069-4670-be6f-335169ea8167


  • 137 | 2200 | 2d10 | 20 | a rectangular framed, pillar looking glass with coved cornice molding, 3 églomisé panels, 2 pairs of gilded, fluted, & carved pilasters with composite capitals flanking églomisé panels of painted fluted pillars with alternating leaf & floral vines wound around them; and a center carved leaf motif base. The panels have a black border surrounding a rectangular bordered and patterned reserve containing an oval painting depicting: a woman by a tree leaning on an anchor with a ship in the background, a woman seated with a child & an oval shield, a woman holding a tall lyre. | 5% as is/ 10% part known/ 40% half known/ 70% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: the deal hardwood was lobe cut and planed by woodworkers in Hlath. / DC11 Painting: gesso, gilt, & paint featuring distictly Cimbar-trained artistry. / DC11 Glasscraft: silvered-glass pane made by glassmakers in Alaghon. / DC15 Knowledge Religion: the women depicted represent aspects of worship for fertile worship of Chauntea, creative reverence for Liira, and dilligent vigil of Helm. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/751/title-asc?t:state:flow=688d607a-3e32-4db0-876d-f40de9be6e55


  • 138 | 2250 | 2d8 | 25 | a white cup supported on a foliate-covered knob which rests on the head and spear of a soldier in fanciful armor standing on a base of double-headed imperial eagle surrounded by rococo floral ornamentation carved in bas-relief. Narrow carved ribs divide the surface of the cup into three vertical panels containing three-quarter length portraits beneath tasseled drapery. 1) a regal woman wearing a crown, an elaborate gown, a sash, and a medallion, gesturing with both hands toward a scepter and orb resting on the edge of a table in the lower-right foreground. 2) a wizened man with his right arm extended to grasp a baton, a sword in his left hand, and wearing a medal & a sash with a badge. 3) a homely woman wearing a dress with a very full skirt, a tight bodice that reveals her shoulders, a badge over her heart, and a sash with a badge tied in a bow at her left. The curving border of the cup beneath the portrait panels is ornamented with military trophies, including shields, flags, pikes and swords. The fitted cover of the vessel forms a shallow dome which is surmounted by a crown encircling a central finial. The sloping surface has obscure emblems & devices: a cherub standing in a garden holding his bow and a shield emblazoned with three hearts, a divine hand descends from clouds to pour water from a pitcher on a plant growing from a two-handled pot, and an eagle balanced on a globe. | 4% as is/ 20% part known/ 60% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC15 Stonecraft: ivory worked by master carvers in Luiren. / DC15 Knowledge Nature: the ivory comes from a sapient loxo. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: the man (Sir Jake Hillskip) & women (Ladies Roka Bander & Hara Masters) are halflings of a noble hunting order, whose biggest trophy was Chu'shel Aila, tunnuk of the Somu loxoth herd in 1197 DR. | http://art.thewalters.org/detail/8780/pokal-with-royal-portraits/


  • 139 | 2400 | d4+d6 | 40 | a wooden construct 5ft high by 6.5ft long with a high arched frame of serpentine shape resting on four octagonal tapering posts. Chamfered rails box the posts and are channel pierced with rope holes along each side face. A peaked headboard bridges the posts above the boxed section. | 5% as is/60% part known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a bed of maple & white pine crafted by dalelanders from Cormanthor timber. / DC11 Weaving: the serpentine top is designed for a full double-curtained canopy, one to keep out pests and the other to keep out light. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/650/title-asc?t:state:flow=22d88fec-12f2-40ee-89f5-ffe0528866b5


  • 140 | 2400 | d4+d6 | 40 | a nearly cylindrical leather-bound trunk with domed lid, rectangular iron lockplate & iron hasp, iron ring handles, dark leather trim, and leather strap reinforcements. | 5% as is/25% part known/50% mostly known/100% if known | DC14 Spellcraft: the trunk was not carved but shaped by magic into its configuration by spells that warped the wood, molded the iron, and conjured the skin. / DC11 Woodcraft: the deal wood with iron mounts was made by no mundane craft and is surprisingly strong. / DC13 Leathercraft: the leather was tanned by an unknown method and from a thicker hide than for what deerskin is known. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1361/title-asc?t:state:flow=f99d159c-199a-4b29-8e38-818cb04a9df0


  • 141 | 2500 | 2D4 | 50 | a combined wooden lift-top chest and chest of drawers 3ft high by 3ft wide with light wood stringing outlines, overhanging angled moldings, 2 over-under drawers, light wood stringing inlay in geometric pattern on drawers, maple cross banding mitered at corners, applied cock beading, turned wooden knobs, inset escutcheons, and tapering feet. | 4% as is/ 20% part known/ 60% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a trunk & chest of drawers of black walnut & tulip poplar hardwood with ornamental hollywood inclusions crafted in Sembia. / DC11 Lockcraft: the average locks on the drawer faces & chest front are of Sembian make. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: wealthy consumers purchased enough sugar to last the year and stored it in specialized furniture like this that typically had a large interior space often subdivided for the storage of white sugar, brown sugar, and other expensive spices. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1241/title-asc?t:state:flow=67a679d0-a1c4-4b6d-85f7-544d682f91c4


  • 142 | 2600 | 2d12 | 20 | a tall-backed, darkwood chair that is 4.5ft high with carved tulips and 3 roman columns supporting an elaborate crest in the backboard. The curved arms terminate in lions heads and the leaf-kneed legs end in claw & ball feet. | 5% as is/50% part known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: mahogany hardwood carved using elvish methods despite the guild marks of Mosstone & tariff marks of Tethyr. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: this is the throne of Ring Tredarath, the Rebel Lord of Tethyr rumored to have died in the marsh terminating the Winding Water river. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/828/title-asc?t:state:flow=8e30580f-5fe5-43c9-868b-f19b762b4ca2


  • 143 | 2600 | 2d12 | 20 | this item has a round body, four equidistant circular protrusions, a tailpiece, and a scrolled headstock. Though made of wood, the entire device is painted blue and has the general shape of a turtle. Wires are tautly strung from the head stock to the tailpiece over a hole in the center of the body. Symmetrical, faceted cut-outs are along the top & bottom perimeter edge, and wooden disks are suspended in each hole by two wires. | 10% as is/30% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | DC15 Perform: a violin of masterwork quality (+1 circumstance bonus to Perform) though its design is more cumbersome than usual for such an instrument. / DC11 Woodcraft: an instrument made of juniper, beech, & mahogany crafted by luthiers of Rashemen's Immilmar. / DC15 Knowledge Religion: religious symbology is built into the device with the wooden disks representing the phases of the moon (Selune) and the central disk is the sun (Lathander) (+2 circumstance bonus to Perform checks made to woo the faithful). | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@27/1/title-asc?t:state:flow=e33913e9-8da2-4c6a-bf10-cd5d920a248e


  • 144 | 2800 | 2d6 | 40 | a 6ft tall towering chair with an impressive pierced backing of three columns topped by a golden sun, a wooden bust, and a silvery moon. The columns are crested by a rusticated arch rail surmounted by a gold-lined keystone. Gaps between the columns are filled in by carved tools (hammer, trowel, pick, maul, scribe, awl, planar, level, compass, chisel, and rulers) with additional decorations in the wood of keys, books, writing impliments, laurels, and scaled serpents for the feet. Plump upholstery covers the arm rests and seat under black leather covers nailed in place with a brass nail trim. | 5% as is/ 25% part known/ 50% half known/ 75% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: mahogany & black walnut hardwoods with rocaille ornamentation & corinthian pillasters made by master craftsmen of Selgaunt. / DC13 Metalcraft: goldsmithed & silversmithed ornaments molded in Selgaunt. / DC15 Knowledge Architect: the chair exhibits distinctive construction trade imagery used by related guilds of the heartlands. / DC15 Knowledge Religion: the imagery of each pillar alludes to the division of the Gondsman's day into three equal periods for work, study or devotion, and sleep. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/827/title-asc?t:state:flow=b72d7253-5b62-4970-972c-59643a20affa


  • 145 | 3000 | 2d4 | 60 | a slant front wooden cabinet 3.5ft by 3ft with two stacked drawers, scalloped front & side skirts, and squared cabriole legs. Lightwood banding and stringing ornamantaion includes double bead on divider edges, compass drawn stringing, heart vine inlay, star shapes, and banding around front and sides of base. The locked top opens to reveal five drawers in two layers and a deep compartment under a sliding panel. | 5% as is/33% part known/66% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a writing desk of black walnut & tulip poplar hardwood with ornamental hollywood inclusions crafted in Sembia. / DC11 Lockcraft: the three locks on this furniture are of average quality with the drawers requiring one key and the cabinet requiring a different key. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: wealthy consumers purchased enough sugar to last the year and stored it in specialized furniture like this food safe that typically had a large interior space often subdivided for the storage of white sugar, brown sugar, and other expensive spices. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1241/title-asc?t:state:flow=197937c9-511c-4128-86cf-f63ae8bd2c18


  • 146 | 3000 | d6+d8 | 25 | a 3ft by 2.5ft wooden table with a drawer at one end and and several loose panels supported on a central pillar with tripod base and pad feet. | 5% as is/20% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a writing desk of mahogany and oak made by Sembian woodwrights. / DC11 Disable Device or Lockcraft: when the drawer is unlocked (average lock) it activates spring & lever mechanisms that prop the lid up to a fixed angle and pop out mirrored candle holders. / DC15 Know History: this item was used by Tobin Smelterjack, a famed shield dwarf engineer who lectured at schools from Candlekeep to Calimport. He and a winter caravan disappeared in Fang Pass on the Trade Way through Amn's Cloud Peak in 1348 DR. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1428/title-asc?t:state:flow=b85530fa-46c9-42b0-b224-3688e8baa892


  • 147 | 3200 | d6+d8 | 40 | a 7ft by 4ft wood cabinet with multi-paneled upper section and two-tiered drawers in the lower on straight bracket feet. A door opens the upper section revealing symmetrical hooks and a cross bar. Ornamentations include coved cornice, fluted pilasters, projecting thumbnail moldings, oval rosettes with bails, paneled sides, & deep pendant lobes. | 5% as is/20% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a hanger press made of black walnut with yellow pine crafted in Amn using halfling methods. / DC11 Disable Device or Lockcraft: the upper portion is removable from the lower chest of drawers for easier portage. A single key opens the five poor locks installed in this item. / DC17 History: this items was commissioned by Baron Zelarravyan Fangshield but abandoned when he left to settle the area known as Yarthrain in the Backlands of the Western Heartlands. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/675/title-asc?t:state:flow=5e20b399-e554-4a4c-8917-f8cac24e9355


  • 148 | 3200 | d6+d8 | 40 | a wooden construct 3.5ft high by 3.5ft long with four turned posts, open mortised stretchers, baluster shaped legs, and blocked feet laterally bridged by round bottom boards. A raised box frame is bordered by column slats and filled with a fabric mattress plus matching bolster. Curvy top rails steeple towards the middle between the posts and are decorated with 6 onion shaped finials that secures a stark white shroud covering the frame. | 5% as is/60% part known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a rocking bed of Sembian mahogany crafted in Urmlaspyr as signified by the marking of blessing by that city's priest of Gond. / DC11 Weaving: flock or woollen mattress sewn and stuffed in linen by fullers of Urmlaspyr as signified by the marking of blessing by that city's priest of Gond. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/452/title-asc?t:state:flow=766af0e2-1fb8-4216-b655-f2a4f10ef7c8


  • 149 | 3400 | d12+d20 | 20 | a brown metal mace-like object with a hollow cylinder head topped by a dome with molded sunburst and acorn finial. Mysterious symbols line the flat cylinder in two rows and are highlighted by a tan lacquer wash. A chain terminating in a tab pendant is attached to the molded ridge bisecting the two lines of symbols. | 5% as is/20% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | DC13 Metalcraft: brass & copper work of Kara-Tur origin with a wooden handle. / DC11 Discable Device: the pendant comes off allowing the head to open on the bisected line to reveal a paper roll with lines of printed chracters (Shou+Shou: prayer mantras). / DC15 Knowledge Religion: a prayer wheel usually used by lay priests. Each rotation of the wheel is thought be equivalent to reciting however many mantras are inside the canister. Lay people, lacking the time and expertise, probably favor such practices over the more rigorous and technically demanding practices employed by religious specialists. | https://www.lib.virginia.edu/exhibits/dead/ceremon.html


  • 150 | 3600 | 2d8 | 40 | a lavishly decorated dome-lid trunk with hinged lid, 2 C shaped handles on diamond backplates, 4 iron bands, applied large rectangular panel on front of trunk & lid around the lock, and 2 smaller applied rectangular panels on front of lid at the ends. The trunk is painted with flowers, vines, butterflies, birds, oak leaves & acorns, wheat, trees, buildings, fountains, trellis, and scenes with animals dressed as people. | 5% as is/25% part known/50% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a masterwork treasure chest made of oak with mahogany & holly stringing. / DC11 Painting: the paint & lacquer techniques are decidedly Shou in method but the subject matters are Faerunian suggesting the artisan was trained in Kara-Tur or under the tutelage from a native of the East. / DC15 Know History: this item was looted from a Hu Hsien that had blended into a Sembian town working as an arkwright & artisanal painter before being exposed and killed by adventurers, which nearly caused the adventurers to be lynched by the local community that did not mind the "monstrous" nature of the likable crafter. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/846/title-asc?t:state:flow=6afdb004-852f-4660-a9b3-d1f99e31a8d2


  • 151 | 4000 | d6+d8 | 50 | a tall wooden cabinet 7ft by 3.5ft with a tombstone glass cabinet surmounting a sloped front which is above another glass cabinet over 2 levels of drawes on each of three facings. Brass fittings with minor flourishes of florid carvings and engrailed skirt between the short feet. | 10% as is/40% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a bookcase desk with three work surfaces made of white pine crafted in Luskan and fitted with glass panes from Neverwinter. / DC25 Search: secret compartments are built into the desk surfaces and under the drawers. / DC15 Knowledge History: this furniture was seized as part of a ship's repossession by creditor's in Waterdeep but lost in transition by caravan overland. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/505/title-asc?t:state:flow=b8d85e9e-88cb-4a3c-9e0c-e33bd6d16854


  • 152 | 4000 | d8+d10 | 40 | a tall wooden cabinet 7.5ft by 3.5ft with a double-doored upper thin cupboard and a lower chest of five stacked drawers. Gothic arch molding, lightwood pendants, light/dark stringing, diamond-shaped escutcheons, oval brass backplanes, patera inlays, and falred feet decorate the item. The doors open to reveal three fixed shelves adorned with double scratch beaded leading edges. | 10% as is/60% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a secretary-bookcase of mahogany, yellow pine, black cherry, and tulip poplar hardwoods made by cabinetmakers in Luskan. / DC13 Lockcraft: the good quality locks are Illuskan pass tumbled - in other words, a master key was made that could bypass the locks made by this craftsman. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/887/title-asc?t:state:flow=cce3a58a-52ba-4647-87f7-5df5180b4c30


  • 153 | 4000 | d6+d8 | 50 | a wooden case of drawers 3.5ft by 3.5ft with a slant front over four graduated cockbeaded drawers four tapered rectangular feet, and sacking bottom. The item has bail and rosette drawer pulls, false oval escutcheons, and cockbeaded lopers with a brass knob for decoration. | 5% as is/40% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: mahogany, deal, and beech hardwoods compose this case made by crafters in Selgaunt. / DC11 Search: the furniture is a flase drawer chest that conceals a folding bed with mattress & bolster suitable for a medium sized humanoid. / DC11 Weaving: flock or woollen mattress sewn and fullered by craftsmen of Harrowdale. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/664/title-asc?t:state:flow=301119ca-0b16-411b-9967-7d19deecfa44


  • 154 | 4000 | d6+d8 | 50 | a 2.5ft wooden artifact with a trapezoidal body and a clover shaped head. The top has incised foliate borders and corner rosettes; the lower rosettes are perforated and have trefoil motifs. There are 19 keys, 3 strings running under removable covers, and a pair of strings flanking the covers. The removable wheel cover is decorated with a matching incised border and the crank is centered above an inlayed rosette. | 4% as is/40% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known | DC15 Perform: a masterwork Hurdy-gurdy or violin that produces a sound when the crank-turned wheel scrapes the strings. Melodies are played on a keyboard that presses small wedges against one or more strings to change pitch. / DC11 Woodcraft: maple & fruitwood embellished with ebony & mother of pearl made by luthiers of Songfarla. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@27/55/title-asc?t:state:flow=b5965aae-97eb-463d-98fd-c2825d4538c0


  • 155 | 4400 | 2d10 | 40 | a 2ft long metal rod of orange metal with a finial molded like a clam shell and polished black leather wrapped around the center as a grip. | 5% as is/ 50% part known/ 100% if known | DC13 Metalcraft: copper metal that has been forged by coppersmiths of Mirabar. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: a Lodge Master baton for the Mistwind sponsored explorer's guild of the Dragoncoast. | http://www.southernregalia.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=85&products_id=385&zenid=f6e68f03bd40180665c6f958f97a6d77


  • 156 | 4500 | 2d8 | 50 | a glossy white octagonal table and eight chairs. The surface of the table has a painted image of Baron Gaur with the edges painted profile portraits of crowned, dark-haired men looking towards the central image. | 10% as is/25% if part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | DC13 Woodcraft: the table is carved from a single piece of hardwood then heat lacquered, an experimental style of Marsember's woodworkers. / DC16 Painting: Nes Cropren, a painter of royal portraits in Suzail, painted this and the style suggests a lineage to the central portrait. / DC25 Knowledge Nobility: depicted are the eight Reinhar kings of the Yaerthal Dynasty of Dambrath. | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Reinhar


  • 157 | 4800 | d4+d6 | 80 | a tall wooden cabinet 8ft by 3.5ft with a slender glass cabinet over a sloped front which is above four stacked drawers. The cabinet is surmounted by applied moldings, blind fretwork, and a turned finial. Brass swing handles on the drawers and cabinet doors, sash-molded muntins, an ogee base molding, and straight bracket feet lend a staid presence to this imposing furniture. | 5% as is/25% part known/50% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a bookcase desk made of black walnut with yellow pine and cherry hardwoods crafted in Amn using halfling methods. / DC11 Disable Device or Lockcraft: the bookcase is removable from the fold-away desk & drawers for easier portage. A single key opens the six poor locks installed in this item. / DC17 History: this item was one of many commissioned by Baron Zelarravyan Fangshield to outfit his lord knights' clerks when settling the area known as Yarthrain in the Backlands. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/493/title-asc?t:state:flow=8cc097a3-5a36-4eb4-af77-f9b2ac72c5eb


  • 158 | 4800 | d4+d6 | 80 | a leather shod flat-top trunk completely tooled with bands of trailing vines, tulip-flowers, barking dogs, rosettes in the corners, symmetrically arranged vines, a circle enclosing a flowing-maned long-tailed griffin, iron rectangular bands enclosing symmetrically arranged vines & flowers & buds on the lid skirt, semi-circular cutouts on the apron, complex vines & flowers on the body, a large iron open-work escutcheon plate with keyhole, complex scrolls & leaves on all other sides, and twisted iron handles. | 5% as is/ 50% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: black walnut harvested and crafted into this masterwork chest by Berduskan arkwrights. / DC13 Leathercraft: the tooling shows the flourishes typical of Evereskan leatherworkers. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1358/title-asc?t:state:flow=f99d159c-199a-4b29-8e38-818cb04a9df0


  • 159 | 4800 | d4+d6 | 80 | a metal belt clasp of an arrowhead-shaped badge suspending three cascading medallions by chains and terminating in a wide disk. All five metal surfaces are painted with youthful humanoids dressed in simple togas in colorfully rendered enamels. | 5% as is/ 50% part known/ 100% if known | DC20 Know Nobility: this chatelaine is a badge of office denoting the head of the Lavender's Guild in Hlondath. / DC16 Metalcraft: electrum styled by Netherese silversmiths of the Last Age or later in the Diaspora. | http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/363891


  • 160 | 5000 | d8+d10 | 50 | a red and black grained bench 2.5ft by 6.5ft backed by a flat crest rail supported by sixteen spindles and stiles. It is decorated with spindles, scrolled arms, rosewood graining, stenciled grape leaves, freehand-painted tendrils, gold stencilling, and striping. | 4% as is/60% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a painted & grained pine hardwood with poplar, maple, & birch veneers made by artisans of Everlund. / DC15 Knowledge History: Plank-bottomed settees provided a relatively inexpensive alternative to upholstered sofas. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/900/title-asc?t:state:flow=54fd68a2-433c-413c-b12e-68e4e3ca2a3e


  • 161 | 5000 | 2d4 | 100 | a long chest of drawers 3.5ft by 6ft with serpentine front, three shallow drawers in one layer, a recessed panel in the second layer's center featuring two doors flanked by two ovolo panels & two deep drawers, and six tapered legs. Each door and drawer features triple stringing and four quarter-fan inlays. Additional flourishes of inlaid stringing, cuffs bellflowers, oval panel inlays, stamped oval plates with bails drawer pulls, and trimming of single string inlays that join in a V-shape to support chains of three bellflowers interspersed with inlaid dots. | 10% as is/60% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a sideboard made of mahogany and yellow pine hardwood with holly stringing and satinwood oval inlays made by Sundabaran boardwrights. / DC11 Lockcraft: gnome locksmiths of Sundabar made these five intricate but average quality locks set to the same key. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1183/title-asc?t:state:flow=6dc1ff05-bd0e-4a60-b7d1-0521e49f98ff


  • 162 | 6000 | d4+d6 | 100 | a rectangular locking wooden box 3ft by 1.5ft on four straight legs. Yellow metal side handles, metal escutcheons, and hasp lock are fitted to the upper chest. A modest amount of ornamentation appears in the deftly rendered moldings, cream-colored dogwood cock beading, large astragal moldings, inlaid cream-colored string border, and light cockbeading decorate the wood. | 5% as is/40% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a black walnut & yellow pine hardwood cabinet with dogwood & brass fittings contrasting the black walnut displaying sophisticated cabinetmaking techniques of Waterdeep. / DC13 Lockcraft: the good locks are of Lantan make and their activation separates the upper chest from the lower drawer for easier portage. / DC11 Brewing or Distilling: a cellaret used to secure alcohol from theft while stored in public rooms or transported from storage to plces of distribution. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/257/title-asc?t:state:flow=471d4f38-a596-4b2b-87e2-db1a6908d308


  • 163 | 6000 | d4+d6 | 100 | a ball-footed wooden cabinet 5.5ft by 4.5ft with a hinged locking door dominating the top section over four drawers arranged into three tiers in the bottom, the lower two of which have keyholes. If the door is opened it folds down to form a writing surface while revealing: eight pigeon holes across the top, a locked prospect door, flanking banks of three tiered drawers, one wide drawer above an open cubby space, and flanking banks of two narrow drawers. Opening the prospect door discovers a space with a shelf. There is ovolo base molding on three sides and bead molding on the drawer dividers & front facing case sides. | 3% as is/20% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: the black walnut & yellow pine veneer that could easily obfuscate this Berduskan crafted escritoire with Sembian make if not for the framing of white cedar & white pine hardwoods native to the West and the average furiniture locks. / DC30 Search: removing the drawers on the left and unlocking & swinging out the prospect section reveals three small walnut drawers. / DC20 Search: the pigeon hole units may be removed to reveal a long drawer behind them across the back of the case. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/647/title-asc?t:state:flow=285df347-fdd0-42ff-89d0-16802cc37c46


  • 164 | 6400 | d6+d8 | 80 | a massive 7ft mirror with griffin figures, elaborate scroll & leaf designs, and heavy plates of glass held in suspension by gilded elements of wood. | 5% as is/ 50% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: wall mirror is a feat of Tashelar craftsmanship since the entire heavy thing is held together by delicately carved soft wood. / DC11 Glasscraft: a Thindol looking glass made in Lundeth. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/758/title-asc?t:state:flow=736f8ecd-292b-4028-8425-9515347b972d


  • 165 | 8000 | d6+d8 | 100 | a 5.5ft by 3.5ft wooden cabinet of small drawers and shelves with one long drawer over a central arched kneehole flanked by two small drawers on each side. Two cabinets with hinged doors surmounted by domed tops with replaced acorn finials flank a central bookcase shelf with an ogee pediment all of which rest on top of the cabinet. Triple and quintuple light and dark wood stringing outlines cabinet doors, drawers, bookshelves, and kneehole; and ornaments cabinet doors with ovals, cabinets with geometric shapes, and legs with diamonds over ogival arched panels. Square tapered legs are ornamented with lightwood stringing, single pendant bellflowers, and lightwood cuffs with darkwood stringing. | 10% as is/40% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a lady's cabinet & writing table made of mahogany, satinwood, white pine, and red cedar hardwoods with birch and string inlays using gnomish methods but the simple locks in the drawers are later additions. / DC15 Knowledge Religion: the finials are crafted holy symbols of the Dancer in the Glades, the demigoddess Shiallia. / DC15 Knowledge History: this item was a gift that appeared on the doorstep of a Delimbiyran baroness' summer home after she disallowed the development of a copse in her domain. She brought the item back with her to the capital where it was lost in the turmoil of Delimbiyran's fall in 697 DR. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/724/title-asc?t:state:flow=8e8e708f-5fd6-43a1-8598-135a29aecde8


  • 166 | 8000 | d6+d8 | 100 | a small hexagonal box decorated with carved white plaques of bone and inlays of stained wood & white stone. The lid is a six sided dome rising to an elongated steeple point mounted with a knob finial. The scenes are incidents of a human man's life: childhood abandonment, rescue by a noble family, rearing to literature & music, love-smitten by an elf maid, petitioning an elf lord, fleeing his burning noble home, rescued again by peasants, reuniting with his birth mother & father, working the fields, militia training with spear & shield, killing an orc standing over the slain body of the elf lord, sheltering the elf-maid and her child beneath his shield, returning the elf-maid to her people and an elven paramour, returning to his farmstead home where a wife & children wait, teaching his own son with book & flute & spear. | 1% as is/ 25% part known/ 50% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: carved ivory plaques, horn inlay, and stained oak wood of Sembian design, specifically the hallowed Arichembi guildmaster hallmark. / DC15 Knowledge History: The scenes are a fairy tale of a human who was raised by elitist nobles, thought he was better than being merely human, brought the wrath of the elves on his adopted family, found his roots, learned strength through the virtues of humility & mercy, and made sure that everything he learned was not forgotten. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: Such caskets were often given to a lady upon marriage to hold her bridal jewels. The empty shields on the lid would have been painted with the coats of arms of the woman and her husband. They may have worn off over time. | http://art.thewalters.org/detail/20503/bridal-casket-with-scenes-from-the-life-of-paris/


  • 167 | 8000 | d6+d8 | 100 | a small wooden table with octagonal multi-colored stone top, sides longer than corners, light brown wood border framing edged in orange stone, a large baluster shaped pedestal supported by 4 Doric columns, and 4 saber legs terminating in golden lion's face & paws feet. The colored stones of the top are arranged in checkerboard style outlined in white. | 1% as is/ 25% part known/ 50% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: The brass fittings are particular to the furniture makers of Tethyr though the import marks on the black walnut & cherry hardwoods are for Amn. / DC13 Stonecraft: quarried & sculpted in Amn the slate, marble, limestone, lapis lazuli, malachite, and other ornamental or hard stones were carefully fitted using rock gnome methods. / DC10 Knowledge Nobility: the top center of the table is a checkerboard making this a chess table. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/818/title-asc?t:state:flow=68d3faeb-01c3-440b-9eae-6fa2a675a614


  • 168 | 9000 | 2d8 | 100 | a wooden chest of drawers 3ft by 3ft with serpentine front & four graduated drawers on short cabriole legs terminating in ball & claw feet. Large golden drawer pulls and matching escutcheons, bead molding, molded-edge overhanging top, base molding, and shaped leg brackets collectively beautify this object. | 2% as is/50% part known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a beautifully waxed & stained mahogany & white pine masterwork chest of drawers crafted by Waterdeep's cabinetmakers. / DC13 Metalcraft or Lockcraft: electrum metal used for the metal fittings and four individually keyed good quality locks. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/289/title-asc?t:state:flow=86e45ac0-a81f-4a65-8f10-03b15904929a


  • 169 | 9000 | d4+d6 | 150 | a wooden bench 3.5ft by 8ftthat looks like it is composed of three conjoined chairs joined at the shoulders with shaped and scrolled stiles molded with gilt scrolls. There are decorations of large, gilt, stylized foliage on either side of central husks above a small, molded shell; a large, central, vase-shaped ornament, slightly intaglio and gilded; ornament consists of a trefoil top above a tapering, center section terminating in a smaller, reversed trefoil at base filled with raised, molded decoration of baroque scrolls, crosshatching and bellflowers. The legs terminate in rounded hoof feet on pad with gilt bellflower at the ankle. | 4% as is/60% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a settee of walnut & beech hardwoods of composite S-curves and gilt "horsebone" feet with hallmarks of Sembia's Selgaunt woodworkers. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: furniture with this baroque style famously decorated the court nobles' residences in Tethyr and much of it was looted during the Ten Black Days of Eleint that ended the ruling dynasty in 1347. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/894/title-asc?t:state:flow=f06981fe-b684-4ff4-a742-b143fcae5787


  • 170 | 10000 | d8+d10 | 100 | a 7ft tall carved wood-frame standing mirror on two pivots mounted into a trestle base. Carved images in the light brown wood include abstract patterns, chain links, a stair to a high door, stylized lightning bolts striking tablets, doorways, tree stumps, open books, a bird nest with eggs, eyes, and inked inscriptions. | 1% as is/ 25% part known/ 50% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: butternut hardwood frame made in Elmwood. / DC11 Glasscraft: the looking glass and colored beads are from Zhentil Keep. / DC15 Knowledge Religion: a mélange of stylized, naturalistic, and conceptual images that refer to creation in deific & artistic terms: carved images of Selune's Eyes and Celestial Stair leading to the door of Heaven, there is the Tablets of Fate, a bird's nest with eggs with maps of Faerun, and a Holy Book opened to inked inscriptions from Mystryl's rebirth as Mystra. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/349/title-asc?t:state:flow=d735ae56-c312-464e-9edc-fdb1e057e4ba


  • 171 | 11200 | 2d6 | 160 | a composite object consisting of a 1.5ft shaft studded with glittering stones and a pearlescent white-green finial forming a pair of horns whats tips curl back on themselves. The golden shaft tapers to a blunt point opposite the finial and the studded stones are ordered into encircling rings throughout the length between taper & finial base. | 5% as is/ 25% part known/ 50% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC16 Jeweler: a Calishite artwork of nephrite, gilded silver, gold alloy, turquoise, red spinels, garnets, and beryls. / DC15 Knowledge Arcana: the moonbar finial is an awakened gemstone that adds +1 to spell save DCs or +1 caster level to all spells cast from a charged item that incorporates this item. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: a ceremonial scepter of a burgeoning Heartlands sewing guildmember held or worn to indicate the wealth and authority of the owner. | http://art.thewalters.org/detail/13603/arm-rest/


  • 172 | 12000 | d4+d6 | 200 | a thin shiny black desk with a frosted glass cabinet attached to the top surmounted by a broken scroll pediment with carved rosettes and central cartouche of a carved shell to create furniture 7ft tall by 3ft wide. Golden handles for the cabinet doors, cabinet drawers, and desk drawer accent the shell and cabriole motifs of the mouldings, crown, skirt, & legs. Each of the three drawers has a keyhole. | 5% as is/20% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a bookcase desk made of mahogany crafted in Sundabar using a mix of dwarf and human styles. / DC11 Disable Device: unfolding the writing desk automatically deploys shelves, specialty writing utensil holders, and work surfaces providing a +1 circumstance bonus to skill checks involving prolonged writing. A single key opens the four good locks installed in this item. / DC11 Glasswork: the frosted glass panes are silvered mirrors that can be cleaned up with tools, and a total income check of 10gp from an appropriate Profession or Craft skill (see SRD). | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/498/title-asc?t:state:flow=e6ede251-3c0f-409c-bb41-ebd0f4b789b5


  • 173 | 12000 | d10+d12 | 100 | a cream-colored baton about 1ft long with carved motifs of humanoid dancers, addorsed swans, stylised orchids, and scrolling creepers & vines. The bulbous head of the baton is carved on both sides with a pretty fey creature amid floral scrolling while the tapering handle is atched with more scrolling and interlocking swans pattern. | 1% as is/ 25% part known/ 50% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC16 Stonecraft: Ivory tusk hardstone carved by human artisans of Thindar in Thindol. / DC16 Knowledge Nobility: not a wand but an elongated fan holder exported for affluent markets along the Sword Coast South. / DC21 Know the Planes: Fiendish Elephant tusk ivory. | http://www.michaelbackmanltd.com/3584.html


  • 174 | 13000 | 2d12 | 100 | a 2ft baton of golden metal topped by a pierced octagonal ornament holding a painted cross symbol. A black resin tube wraps around the lower half of the baton making a comfortable hand grip. The cross in the ornament has an additional painted cross at the center of its spokes surrounding a raised hub that is painted with a circular light blue background upon which is a lamb facing dexter over a canted flagpole with a red over white stripe. | 1% as is/ 25% part known/ 50% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC13 Weaponcraft: beautiful handpainted enamels on a gold plated bronze light mace of masterwork quality. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: a scepter of mercantile authority in the commodity fleece trade recognized from the Dragon Reach to the Easting Reach, the bearer of which pays a smaller tariff for wool. / DC30 Search: pressing the circular seal in the cross releases the finial piece so that the hollowed baton can be opened to a space of 1in diameter by 1ft long. | http://www.southernregalia.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=85&products_id=1547&zenid=f6e68f03bd40180665c6f958f97a6d77


  • 175 | 16000 | d6+d8 | 200 | a long chest of drawers 3.5ft by 7ft with serpentine sides and bowed front, five shallow drawers in one layer. Below the drawers are large cupboard drawers, two large veneered and inlaid areas, a double door, and a large central oval inlay consisting of joined bellflowers and dots in repeating pattern with rosette. Repeated patterns of large 4-petaled flowers over downwards facing bellflowers, small ovals, elliptical loops, and urns sprouting vines & flowers finish the surfaces of the furniture. | 5% as is/20% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a sideboard of mahogany, white & yellow pine, black cherry, and tulip poplar made by cabinetmakers in Luskan. / DC13 Metalcraft or Lockcraft: gold and copper alloy known as tumbaga was used in the knobs, hinges, and four poor quality locks. / DC15 Knowledge History: Luskan sent a dozen of these items to Amn as an apology for one of its allied pirates raiding an Amnish ship. To Amn's chagrin, they were made out of metals and lumbers seized from its own ship. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1177/title-asc?t:state:flow=cfad01ec-0bb1-4d86-a883-87a69ee3d718


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  • 61 | 600 | d4+d6 | 10 | a sea-green lift-top chest with applied astragal (3 tombstone-shaped paintings of stylized flowers) over cavetto molding, above 3 dovetailed drawers (2 larger flanking the smaller) along the base, and ogee-bracket feet. A keyhole is carved into the top of the middle painting & each of the 3 drawers, bail drawer pulls are nailed to the drawers, and metal strap hinges for the lid complete the fittings. | 10% as is/ 30% part known/ 60% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a linen chest made in Tsurlagol of tulip poplar, yellow pine, iron & brass fittings, and missing all 4 locking mechanisms. / DC11 Painting: the stylization is a local preference in the Vast. The flowers are Felsul Blooms. / DC15 Knowledge History: in 1369 DR this locking chest was sent with alchemical antidotes from Maerstar to help Sevenecho's poisoned water supply but had been intercepted by highway robbers. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/144/title-asc?t:state:flow=568cc278-cd11-41aa-b38c-53df695ce30c


  • 62 | 600 | d4+d6 | 10 | a light brown wood, large cabinet 8ft tall by 4.5ft wide divided into three cupboards, glazed 2 over 2 doors on top, 2 fielded paneled doors in middle, and 2 more on bottom. A total of 8 shelves are behind the doors with 2 drawers in the bottom cupboard. Carpentry flourishes include molded cornice, mullions with deep scallops, applied plate rails, bail & rosette drawer pulls, scratch beading, integral base molding, straight bracket feet with arch, and a pendant in center of front skirt. | 10% as is/ 50% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: black walnut & tulip poplar hardwoods made to order from Everlund's carpenters and fitted with glass panes from Silverymoon. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: a porcelain press meant to house and showcase fine porcelain items. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/874/title-asc?t:state:flow=4b21f19a-9be2-49c9-8b2d-81ca57b1cfc0


  • 63 | 600 | d4+d6 | 10 | a rectangular table 2.5ft hight by 4ft long with 4 carved console legs with broad-leafed bellflowers intertwined, prominent volutes centered by carved rosettes on scrolled feet & blocks, large gadroon upper & rope lower edge mouldings, a central skirt shell flanked by voluted acanthus leaves, and a rectangular stone top bordered by cherry facing strips. | 10% as is/ 50% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: cherry & beech hardwoods crafted by carpenters of Ardeep near Daggerford. / DC13 Stonework: marble stone carved from the cliff face of the High Moor near Daggerford. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1188/title-asc?t:state:flow=7ccf71e3-dbc7-45f0-bc57-ad930fac918c


  • 64 | 600 | d4+d6 | 10 | a red armchair sized for a medium humanoid with fully upholstered back, arched crest rail, square seat upholstered over the rails, upholstered serpentine arms with carved lion-head terminals, acanthus-carved serpentine arm supports & knees, cabriole legs, and hairy paw feet. | 10% as is/ 30% part known/ 60% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: mahogany hardwood with beech backing made by the dwarves of Mirabar. / DC11 Weaving: rothe fleece stuffing in crimson felt cushions is of Mirabarran dwarf craft. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: a great ceremonial seat height symbolized the elevated importance of the sitter intended for the highest government officials. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/674/title-asc?t:state:flow=5e20b399-e554-4a4c-8917-f8cac24e9355


  • 65 | 600 | d4+d6 | 10 | a tiny 2ft high polished, wooden, astragal-end work table with carved reeding and turned legs. The top lifts on hinges to reveal deep, half-round compartments on either end and a center removable 9-compartment tray fitted with 8 lids and turned shiny white knobs. | 10% as is/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: Mahogany hardwood with satinwood, white pine, ivory, paper, & leather additions common of Delimbiyran furniture crafters. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: a crafters work table that compartmentalizes multiple raw materials. Reduces tool penalties by 1 when used during daily work Craft skill checks. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1413/title-asc?t:state:flow=5424e891-e6c5-43fd-bb13-8d5fbc7d4aaa


  • 66 | 600 | d4+d6 | 10 | a gilded girandole looking glass with domed mirrored glass surrounded by an inner ridged black frame and an outer gilded frame with a vine of applied leaves & ring of golden balls. The mirror is surmounted by a an eagle on a rock formation flanked by dolphins. Foliate elements with 4 candle-arms & pendant prisms support the base. | 10% as is/ 50% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: Waterdhavian wall mirror of gilded oak wood, brass fittings, & glass. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: the ornamentation shows this mirror was intended to be sold in Tethyr. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/673/title-asc?t:state:flow=5e20b399-e554-4a4c-8917-f8cac24e9355


  • 67 | 600 | d4+d6 | 10 | an upholstered sofa 3ft by 4ft with serpentine crest and inward curving wings continuing to molded arms. The yellow & brown fabric covering is designed with repeating flower vases, flying buttresses, and hanging balconies. The sofa is supported by five reeded tapering legs with spaded feet. | 10% as is/30% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | DC13 Woodcraft: a mahogany & beech hardwood sofa of unknown providence. The construction is so precise that seams, fasteners, & joists are invisible. / DC16 Weaving: a wool & lining fabric stitched so tightly that there are no gaps in the weaving. / DC26 Knowledge Arcana: the furniture was magically formed from base materials. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1221/title-asc?t:state:flow=82ec392e-c973-4a86-b3a7-77d24c7a149e


  • 68 | 600 | d4+d6 | 10 | a glass cup carved with images of a bearded man entangled by briar branches. The cup has a silver-gilt band of leaf ornament around the rim, sits on a circular silver-gilt base with open-work vine leaves, and changes color from opaque green to translucent red when light shines through it. | 10% as is/40% mostly known/100% if known | DC16 Glasscraft: Anaurian dichroic glass sculpture known as a cage cup chiseled from a single block of glass. / DC25 Knowledge History: the scene depicted is the fate of the False Prophet of the Bedine who foolishly challenged the Netherese priestess of Jannath and died believing her magics could not harm him. | http://decodedpast.com/medieval-glass-beautiful-cups-beakers-flasks-drinking-horns-survived-test-time/16239


  • 69 | 650 | 2d12 | 5 | a wooden cabinet 3ft high by 3.5ft wide with bow front, flat top, and sided & topped by pierced, chinoiserie, fretwork gallery. The bowed & gadrooned center section has 2 shelves stylized with downward drip foliage. The sides consist of geometric fretwork doors opening to 3 interior shelves. The cabinet has 4 scrolled bracket feet, with leafage and scrolls flanked by C-scroll carved shoulders. | 20% as is/ 60% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: mahogany & deal hardwoods crafted by cabinetmakers of Westgate. / DC13 Sculpture: Chang Chuset, an immigrant Shou artisan to Westgate, made these cabinets for a local woodworker shop before his artistic flair for carving was noticed and made him a reknowned sculptor. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/370/title-asc?t:state:flow=8f750667-e2b5-40ad-86a5-f0120d0e2a63


  • 70 | 650 | 2d12 | 5 | a wooden banister-back chair with crest rail, turned & squared stiles, molded arms with voluted terminals; turned front stretcher, over the rail black leather seat, black leather back, and trimmed with two rows of brass nails. | 20% as is/ 60% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: maple & oak hardwoods with leather appointments crafted in Amn. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: the baroque-style gained initial popularity in the Lands of Intrigue of the Sword Coast South before permeating the courts of the Heartlands & Inner Seas. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/6/title-asc?t:state:flow=fdb17fef-303f-48fa-bddb-4af17b80b0d5


  • 71 | 680 | d12+d20 | 4 | a leather-shod trunk with domed lid, brass tack studs in designs of crowns & swirls, a large brass keyhole escutcheon of a pierced crown over a heart, 3 pierced brass strap reinforcements at each front corner, and brass bail handles. | 10% as is/ 50% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: deal & spruce hardwoods for the foundation of this leather-shod trunk. The design is fairly standard though the choice of lumber puts its origin somewhere near Cormanthor. / DC13 Leathercraft: fine leather & ample use of royal images in the tack designs marks this as a Rance Chutner product, a luggage maker in Suzail. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1363/title-asc?t:state:flow=76b05535-2cf1-4cf3-99f5-359c2489243b


  • 72 | 700 | 2d6 | 10 | a tiny wooden cabinet 1ft tall with hinged lid, 2 doors on front & back, golden pull handles on each side, a keyhole on the top front, and double latches to secure each door. The lid covers 4 compartments holding 4 medium stoppered glass jars. The front reveals 6 compartments at top with 6 small stoppered glass bottles with stoppers and 3 rows of drawers with brass pulls: 2 long, 3 short and 2 long. The back has 2 rows of 4 compartments each with 8 stoppered large glass bottles. | 10% as is/ 30% part known/ 60% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: mahogany hardwood box of Balduran design with glass vessels and brass fittings. / DC11 Lockcraft: a decent lock of DC20 with guild marks from Lantan locksmiths. / DC15 Healing: an apothecary cabinet meant to transport & dispense medicines and healing substances. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1/title-asc?t:state:flow=01a37a7d-f16b-4056-b848-648b83312589


  • 73 | 700 | 2d6 | 10 | a hanging chain of golden metal plates with gilt-metal mounts and attachments of stark white (a pair of small egg-shaped ornaments and an elongated case). The backing is curved in a secure-looking hook clip. The white surfaces are painted with violet & indigo flowers in bloom while the metal is embossed with scrolling vines or floral designs. | 10% as is/30% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | DC13 Metalcraft: copper molded in the Vast and enameled & painted in Procampur fashion. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: a chatelaine used by noblewomen to keep tools ready in style using the elongated case. The breloques (egg-shaped containers with screw top lids) hold a deoderent ungent and breath freshening herbs (woe to the individual who confuses one for the other). / DC11 Weaving: the items in the case are a penknife, a bodkin for threading ribbon through lace, pins & needles in a stay, nail-file and tweezers, and a combined toothpick & earscoop. These tools are meant to keep a prim & proper appearance and their use prior to socializing amongst nobility will reduce a circumstance penalty to social skill checks by 1. In a pinch, these fine but durable tools can be used to open locks at a -1 circumstance penalty instead of -2 for lacking thieves' tools. | http://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O77943/chatelaine-unknown/


  • 74 | 720 | 2d8 | 8 | a yellow domed-lid chest with painted pattern on the top and front that gives the impression that the wood was cut from the round end of a log. The black and reddish brown faux-graining mimics the concentric growth rings of a tree. Even the metal lock and hasp has faux-painted brown and black over yellow to simulate the growth rings of a tree. | 25% as is/ 50% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a rare example of crafted basswood from Sespech's Winterwood. / DC13 Painting: a former druid who refuses to divulge his name made many items and painted them like this, enough to start an artisan following and creating a minor demand for items like this one. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/572/title-asc?t:state:flow=23e4c266-e3be-4c4a-8115-e0c48ccf24ce


  • 75 | 720 | 2d8 | 8 | a 2ft tall rectangular table with two drawers supported by two lyre shaped supports on a base with rounded ends, incurving front & rear faces,and on four ball feet. The table is decorated with brass escutcheons on drawer fronts and brass gadrooned edges around base & sides of table top. | 25% as is/ 50% part known/ 100% if known | DC13 Woodcraft: Mahogany, white oak, and brass typical of Aglarondan carpenters' furniture. / DC12 Search: the top drawer is false, not stuck, the top lifts to reveal compartmentalized interior when the catch is released. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1419/title-asc?t:state:flow=8c681100-7931-4c17-b4dc-3d69e9b7831c


  • 76 | 750 | 2D4 | 15 | a 4.5ft tall, armless chair with carved and pierced crest over a 3ft cane back with molded stiles and a shaped stay rail flanked by turned stiles. The rest of the black chair has a trapezoidal cane seat, a carved and pierced arched front stretcher, and turned & carved front legs with scrolled feet. | 20% as is/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a high-backed chair made in Tashelar from beech hardwood & cane mesh. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/908/title-asc?t:state:flow=e2cb383c-64ae-4c22-9f59-1a11f6b72d8e


  • 77 | 750 | 2d4 | 15 | a low 6ft long wooden frame with chamfered corners & ball-shaped finials, straight headboard, chamfered rails, rope pegs, and four cabriole legs with sharply pointed knees terminating in claw & ball feet with undercut claws. | 20% as is/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: mahogany, birch, and white pine from the High Forest crafted into a bedframe by Everlund's carpenters. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/812/title-asc?t:state:flow=e1dd1430-d224-4acb-8db5-7c4d9314f2af


  • 78 | 750 | 2d4 | 15 | a brown wood table in 3 detachable pieces: 2 semi-elliptical end tables, and one rectangular drop-leaf table. Simply shaped aprons, channel-molded straight legs, and a waxed finish complete the tables features. | 20% as is/ 66% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: the mix of mahogany and albino oak marks the origins of this piece from the North, manufactured in Silverymoon, and exported to Waterdeep. / DC11 Disable Device: When the table is set up for dining, four different lengths may be had by the following combination of parts The two side boards drop down, and are supported by one extra leg on each side. The extra legs swing out from the frame. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/557/title-asc?t:state:flow=37eb4b5a-c106-4331-ac3b-132bbd1ae9ba


  • 79 | 750 | 2d4 | 15 | a brightly painted glass goblet of gold & red on a silvery base embossed with Fleurs-de-lis has a depiction of a nobleman sitting between two attendants who hold swords. The vivdly white figures have fine details highlighted in red and blue. Above them is a flurid script. | 20% as is/ 33% part known/ 66% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC16 Glasscraft: Calishite enamel and gilt glasswork of the artistic style popularized in the Shoon Imperium. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: a depiction of Munaa yr Oma el Shoon before she was Queen Shoon V. / Alzhedo or DC25 Speak Language: the script is a poem in praise of enjoying drinking wine while alive. | http://decodedpast.com/medieval-glass-beautiful-cups-beakers-flasks-drinking-horns-survived-test-time/16239


  • 80 | 800 | d6+d8 | 10 | a wooden construct 2.5ft high by 6.5ft long with four low posts terminated by flattened ball finials & turned rings over tapering cylindrical feet. Over a boxed in section is a serpentine topped headboard and a rectangular footboard tenoned into the posts. The boxing rails have evenly drilled holes through the sides through which a rope is woven in a knotted net. | 10% as is/60% part known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a bedstead of stained maple & white pine by fewsters in Loudwater. / DC11 Use Rope: the netting can be adjusted to comfortable hold a small to medium humanoid of varying weights and number of occupants. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/821/title-asc?t:state:flow=ae831ec6-9d25-4da2-9a33-9e1d9208b1ed


  • 81 | 800 | d6+d8 | 10 | a rectangular sofa 3ft by 5ft with dark green upholsterey and matching cushions. The exposed wood forms the back crest with double arch and central panel, reeded sloping arms terminating in baluster shaped supports, and six rounded & center reeded legs. | 10% as is/50% part known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a settee of mahogany & bird’s-eye maple hardwoods made by halfling boardwrights in Cormyr's Marsember. / DC11 Weaving: tapered box edged stuffed wool upholstery was made by fullers of Sembia's Daerlun. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1220/title-asc?t:state:flow=ceb47a94-0c13-40a4-90f6-d6d15e061210


  • 82 | 800 | 2d3 | 20 | a black lift-top chest with ogee base molding, and bracket feet. The interior has a till mounted on the left side. Painted decorations consist of two blue circles outlined with white bands on the lid, 3 astragal panels painted on the front containing 5 tulip flowers painted in red, white, & brown emanating from a black vase, and contrasting color painted on the dovetails. | 5% as is/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: an impressive work with Zalantar wood that shows off the fine fittings for which Berduskan cabinet makers are known. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/136/title-asc?t:state:flow=66f71c18-bbd4-4b23-b11a-5d9f5fc27c62


  • 83 | 800 | d6+d8 | 10 | a wooden chair for a medium humanoid with cabriole legs terminating in ball feet, a trapezoidal seat frame upholstered over the rails, an interlaced splat highlighted with a lozenge, and a cyma-curved crest rail with flaring ears & central carved scallop shell. The cushion cloth is sea green with pale scrolling cabbage leaf designs stitched into the surface. | 10% as is/ 50% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: Scornuban carpenters used hardwoods of cherry & white to make this chair. / DC11 Weaving: wool & linen needlepoint cloth of Elturan design is stuffed with horsehair for the cushion. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/921/title-asc?t:state:flow=11e10714-9186-4e53-9e3a-f3391bb8ab8f


  • 84 | 800 | d6+d8 | 10 | a small-sized chair with pointed-eared serpentine crest rail, flared stiles, pierced diamond in quatrefoil above heart motif splat, trapezoidal seat, symmetrical center shell & acanthus leaf carving, cabriole legs flanked by scrolled knee brackets, ball & claw feet, and needlework featuring cream-colored grape leaves & scrolls on the burgundy cushion. | 10% as is/ 50% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: walnut & beech hardwoods were carefully cut by Neverwinter guild workers to make this chair. / DC11 Weaving: wool & linen needlepoint cloth of Illuskan design is stuffed with horsehair for the cushion. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/938/title-asc?t:state:flow=da79d92a-9f2d-498f-bfc3-2577d771b002


  • 85 | 800 | d6+d8 | 10 | a large, one-piece wooden corner cupboard with 2 paneled doors above the waist molding and 2 below. The exterior surfaces are paint decorated with graining, marbleizing, and border framing to accentuate the cornice, waist moldings, and blackened base. | 10% as is/ 30% part known/ 60% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: yellow pine hardwood harvested in Archendale but assembled by non-human methods. / DC11 Painting: painting furniture & architectural surfaces to look like costly figured wood or polished stone is known as graining or marbling, which was done with this cabinet. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: "Fancy Painted" furniture to closely resemble grained & marbled doors emerged during the fading days of Cormanthyr as the need to keep up appearances outstripped the resources to do so for many noble houses in both elven and human states. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/417/title-asc?t:state:flow=673d7cdc-6f71-46b9-a655-b76cec751767


  • 86 | 800 | d6+d8 | 10 | an oval looking glass in a wooden oval frame pivoting between two S-shaped & ivory bossed supports attached to a chest of drawers nearly 2ft wide. 2 small and 1 larger center drawer fitted with hanging metal pull rings finish the serpentine front chest of drawers on four ogee bracket feet. | 10% as is/ 30% part known/ 60% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: Zhent made mahogany & spruce hardwood cabinet & frame. / DC11 Glasscraft: Zhent-style silvered glass mirror. / DC13 Stonecraft: band of herringbone & ivory inlays imported from Waterdeep. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/582/title-asc?t:state:flow=43ba3423-1d20-4786-8e99-6f00a61bef1e


  • 87 | 850 | d12+d20 | 5 | a long looking glass 6.5ft tall with a scroll pediment ending in floral rosettes hung, pendent leafage, a shaped & gilded bezel, flanking fruit & leaf fillets, shaped pendants, and a surmounting spread-winged phoenix ascendent. All decorative carvings of the frame are gilded while the flat surfaces are varnished. | 20% as is/ 60% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a gilded mahogany & spruce frame made by the carpenters of Sembia. / DC11 Glasswork: silvered-glass imitating the superior work of Zhentil Keep's gaffers but the hairline cut in the glass shows that it was made in 2 pieces which is against Zhent principals for mirror craft. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/776/title-asc?t:state:flow=6e38c360-0355-4f82-88e1-98f6d616b002


  • 88 | 850 | d12+d20 | 5 | a cushion seated chair with pointed-eared serpentine crest rail, flared stiles, pierced diamond in quatrefoil above heart motif splat, sinuous arms terminating in downward pointing grips, central carved shell in seat rail, cabriole legs, and ball & claw feet. | 20% as is/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: Almraiven carpenters used walnut hardwood to make this chair. / DC11 Weaving: loomed & wefted cotten cloth woven in Manshaka stuffed with wool fleece for the cushion. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/25/title-asc?t:state:flow=73a35648-5217-42c7-8857-786f7c75f3d6


  • 89 | 850 | d12+d20 | 5 | a pierced wooden chair with pagoda top, geometric lattice work, quatrefoils, lattice work arms, straight square legs, and caned seat. | 20% as is/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: mahogany & cane shaped into pagoda crests & fretted brackets derived from Shou designs but composed with C and S-scrolls common to the Moonsea's rococo ornamentation. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/78/title-asc?t:state:flow=da8e6ea5-884b-468c-b8d7-4da729d4c859


  • 90 | 850 | d12+d20 | 5 | an oval portrait metal plate with a beaded border dangling five chain links. The portrait is of a handsomely dressed woman. The chains terminate in clasp clips. | 20% as is/40% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known | DC13 Metalcraft: silver forged by dwarven smiths in Llorkh. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: a chatelaine used by noblewomen to keep tools ready in style. / DC16 Painting: an early Ruben Delgaug painting of Lady Daphne Talmost, magnate of the Waterdhavian House Talmost's expansion into Calishite silks. | http://collections.museumoflondon.org.uk/online/object/54076.html


  • 91 | 850 | d12+d20 | 5 | a 1ft wooden artifact with a round hourglass body, a long neck, and a scrolled headstock. Strings run the length of the device over a blackened plank and they are flanked by scrolled holes near the middle of the body. | 10% as is/60% mostly known/100% if known | DC13 Perform: a masterwork kit, essentially a very small violin, designed to fit in a pocket. / DC11 Woodcraft: a mahogany & spruce hardwood construct with ebony & ivory fittings made by artisans in Sembia. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@27/58/title-asc?t:state:flow=b5965aae-97eb-463d-98fd-c2825d4538c0


  • 92 | 880 | 2d10 | 8 | a 7.5ft high by 5ft wide dark wooden cabinet with faux bois, gold stenciled finish, carved pediment top, sun burst motif, and carved ionic capitals. | 10% as is/ 25% part known/ 50% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: maple hardwood with satinwood & holly fashioned and marked by furniture makers guild of Everlund / DC11 Painting: the wood is repainted to look like mahogany, a trick used by merchants in Silverymoon when reselling Everlund's works to Waterdeep. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: an armoire clothes press useful for storing elaborate or large garments in a place where they will not wrinkle & are safe from pests. | http://www.houzz.com/photos/39657683/Empire-Sun-Armoire-in-Original-Faux-Bois-and-Stenciled-Finish-midcentury-armoires-and-wardrobes-miami


  • 93 | 900 | 2d8 | 10 | a wooden rail, cushioned chair with arched cresting, vasiform splat, stiles terminated in carved rosettes, leaf-carved "Shepherd’s crook" arms, victorian rose cloth seat, apron with applied shell & acanthus carving, cabriole legs, claw & ball feet. | 10% as is/ 50% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a chair made of walnut & beech hardwoods by Illuskan carpenters and further detailed & etched by dwarven artisans of Mirabar. / DC11 Weaving: wool & linen needlepoint cloth of Illuskan design is stuffed with horsehair for the cushion. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/19/title-asc?t:state:flow=c9d738f3-b9b1-47ae-ba4d-024c93d05a7a


  • 94 | 900 | 2d8 | 10 | a deep brown wooden construct that looks like a corner table except for the bell-shaped splash board, small upper shelf, and central opening in the top. 2 smaller openings flank the large hole, rectilinear panels of string inlay, a central door with lock leading to lower interior shelf, a central drawer on bottom with brass knob, and straight Marlboro legs complete this strange 4ft tall item. | 10% as is/ 50% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: Illuskan craftsmanship shines in this construct of mahogany & yellow pine hardwood with maple & rosewood string inlays. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: a growing interest in personal cleanliness promoted the design of basin stand, also called a "wash-stand" or "wash-hand stand," which typically held a bottle for storing water and a basin for washing. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/110/title-asc?t:state:flow=97228c8f-1c8e-4066-99d6-02392e8b9f11


  • 95 | 900 | 2d8 | 10 | a rectangular top table with inward & outward edge-carved large leafy scrolls & flowers, straight-sided apron, carved broad spiral legs, curving X-stretchers pinned by a turned finial, and 4 ball feet. | 10% as is/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: the walnut with cane top table is crafted particularly strong by Harrowdale's carpenters, and the double border of carving around the top is of very high quality. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1157/title-asc?t:state:flow=43d67378-b535-4fa8-80d1-ce9fe3ae8d44


  • 96 | 900 | 2d8 | 10 | a low 6ft long wooden frame with solid headboard & footboard. The headboard is formed of cyma, versa, & recta curves meeting at center & straight across bottom, and each post is cut through with a rectangular slot for the side rails which in turn are slotted for the slat planks that are suspended between the rails. | 10% as is/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: yellow pine from Sembia crafted into a bedframe by Sembia's carpenters. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/808/title-asc?t:state:flow=821e1c82-618d-4520-98f0-9963ff366dea


  • 97 | 960 | d10+d12 | 8 | a 5ft high by 4.5ft wide dark wooden cabinet with molded rails & stiles, stylized guilloche & diamond ornament & central rosette & crossed arrows carved into the doors, a row of dentils below the central shelf, a canti-levered guilloche-carved frieze, gouge & punch applied molding decoration, and turned hanging pendants at the corners. The central panel has a more elaborate version of the diamond/rosette/arrow ornament found on the doors below. 2 paneled doors flank the central carved panel on top while the bottom opens completely with 2 large panel doors. | 25% as is/ 50% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: made entirely from white oak, this cabinet bears the guild marks of Lyrabar's carpenters. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: an armoire clothes press useful for storing elaborate or large garments in a place where they will not wrinkle & are safe from pests. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/445/title-asc?t:state:flow=a69afffc-3eed-4ea5-9cfb-0b5edb156cac


  • 98 | 1000 | 2d4 | 20 | a wooden construct 6.5ft high by 6.5ft long with elongated vase shaped octagonal posts, baluster feet, rabbeted rails with evenly spaced wooden pegs, double tenoned headboard peaked at either end, and three-sided yellow painted cornice. A vase of flowers in green, blue-green, red, & gold bordered with green striping decorates the central raised panel of each cornice section. The stamped bed-bolt covers show a pair of bound hands. | 5% as is/60% part known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a bedstead of deeply stained curly maple & white pine by fewsters in Loudwater. / DC13 Painting: the vase & flowers is the preferred decoration of the Renshas dynasty of the Delimbiyr Vale. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/707/title-asc?t:state:flow=a3acf9d7-e0ac-4a22-b09b-81d43428f995


  • 99 | 1000 | d8+d10 | 10 | a white stone topped brown wood table with serpentine ends, mahogany veneered skirt, crossbanded edges, serpentine legs, a solid back, a square mahogany panel surrounding a circular mirror, a shelf, and sawn scrolled feet. | 10% as is/ 20% part known/ 50% half known/ 80% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a mahogany & white pine table made with cultural flourishes prominent in the Vilhon Reach. / DC13 Stonecraft: white marble mined from the Deepwing Mountains and shaped in Nimpeth. / DC11 Glasscraft: a Turmish looking glass of elven craft made in Xorhun. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: a pier table which is named for the structural wall between 2 windows, known as a pier, where this table is traditionally located. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/867/title-asc?t:state:flow=37fa2ba3-a08b-40f1-9eea-8e7a0b18705d


  • 100 | 1000 | d8+d10 | 10 | a 3ft by 5ft extended chair with yoked serpentine cresting rail mortised into shaped stiles which are rectangular in section and scrolled at top. The frame is supported on three pairs of cabriole legs with shaped knee brackets terminating in high pad feet. The legs are braced by four turned and blocked crosswise stretchers into which are mortised three turned longitudinal stretchers. | 10% as is/50% part known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a maple daybed crafted by craftsmen of Tethyr's Forest of Tethir and stained in Myratma. / DC11 Weaving: the cushion material has zig-zag patterns made famous by Tethyr Mills what provides greater comfort with thinner material than other comercially available fabrics & stuffing. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/456/title-asc?t:state:flow=20ae7f29-2e27-463e-8450-16109a3bf6c1


  • 101 | 1000 | d8+d10 | 10 | a grand pillar looking glass crested with a spreadwinged eagle perched on a stylized leaf-form base. Triangular eglomise panels in the form of finials within giltwood frames flank the crest. An eglomise panel below painted in gilt with a view of a manor on the shore is above a rectangular mirror-plate within a golden frame. | 10% as is/ 50% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: gesso & gilt on curly maple carved by artisans of Loudwater and fitted with a looking glass from Zhentil Keep. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: the crest on the mirror is unmistakably connected to the Waterdhavian Noble House Eagleshome. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/787/title-asc?t:state:flow=2fdd425e-d069-4670-be6f-335169ea8167


  • 102 | 1000 | d8+d10 | 10 | a white rectangular lift-top chest with molded lid, 2 wood battens, dovetailed construction, molded base, and scrolled bracket feet. The chast has painted diamond grid pattern in black & orange borders, 2 flanking round paterae, a larger central oval paterae, and draped in black wreath-like swags of bellflowers. A pair of letters are also painted on the front. | 10% as is/ 50% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: it must have cost the carpenter many tools to craft this duskwood chest that is harder than iron. The workmanship bears the hallmarks of the dwarves of Loudwater. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: a linen chest painted & styled for the humans of the Delimbiyr valley. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/145/title-asc?t:state:flow=568cc278-cd11-41aa-b38c-53df695ce30c


  • 103 | 1000 | d8+d10 | 10 | a large, brown wooden cupboard 10ft tall by 5ft wide with a broken pitched pediment, side urn & spire wooden finials, fluted plinths, 2 arched glazed doors enclosing 4 fixed shelves inside the cupboard, arched stop-fluted pilasters with Ionic carved capitals, 2 paneled doors enclosing 2 fixed shelves, and shaped bracket feet. | 10% as is/ 50% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: made by Luskan's cabinetmakers largely of cherry hardwood, but the carved pilaster capitals were executed in mahogany, a wood which is better suited for such work. / DC13 Painting: the brown paint on the interior surfaces, including the scalloped shelf edges, is a later alteration that covers the original regalia marks of the Shoon Imperium still visible as slight protrusions through the coat of paint. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/423/title-asc?t:state:flow=32289008-6eaa-48cb-a595-cd4e91d7dad0


  • 104 | 1100 | 2d10 | 10 | an 8ft tall by 4ft wide, large, wood & glass, single-unit corner cupboard with a pair of rectangular glazed doors of 8 panes each mounted with concealed butt hinges and revealing an interior lined colored paper. Below, 2 doors framing two arched panels and an inlaid tulip is surmounted by a tier of 3 drawers with wooden pulls. Decorative flourishes include canted corners, bracket feet, ogee skirt, maple cockbeading, inlaid escutcheons, inset lightwood panels, and a heavy flat cornice molding. | 10% as is/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a black walnut cabinet crafted and paned in Mulhorand, guild stamped by the nomarchs of Sultim. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/416/title-asc?t:state:flow=673d7cdc-6f71-46b9-a655-b76cec751767


  • 105 | 1100 | 2d10 | 10 | an obstructed oval looking glass in matching frame with gesso & water gilding, carved roses & acanthus leaves in full relief, 2 S-curved brass candle arms terminating in naturalistic sunflower head with central candle sockets, and sunburst centering mask of a handsome man dividing the glass into 4 plates. | 10% as is/ 30% part known/ 60% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: carved in the Netherese religious revival style, this gilded deal & gessoed mirror has crafter marks from Yartar. / DC11 Glasscraft: the looking glass is of Zhent origin. / DC15 Knowledge Religion: the sunburst face is the graven image of Lathander. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/733/title-asc?t:state:flow=fec217c1-1a66-4a51-bd51-2fcaa1f717d5


  • 106 | 1200 | d10+d12 | 10 | a wooden barrel 1.5ft by 1.5ft painted black (possibly on a blue ground) and decorated with a unicorn painted in red and yellow on one side. A vertical geometric decorative pattern of tacks runs next to the unicorn's head. The barrel's rims are painted red with a yellow scalloped line and alternating dot design. | 10% as is/40% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Perform: a tenor drum needing the skins & tensioning ropes through the ten holes at top and bottom. / DC11 Woodcraft: an ash wood body with decorative brass tacks made by woodworkers in Shining Falls. / DC12 History: this device is a relic from the Battle of Tanglefork Woods that saw the overthrow of the Renshas in the Delimbiyr Vale by Nanathlor Greysword's army of Mielikki and ushered in the era of High Lords in Loudwater in 1317 DR. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@27/95/title-asc?t:state:flow=a741f648-2e6e-4aed-b167-7152a6883a04


  • 107 | 1200 | d4+d6 | 20 | a tripartite wooden cabinet 4.5ft by 6.5ft on six turned legs. Bowed double doors, an arched splashboard, deep bottle drawers, and side cabinet doors are under a tier of five shallow drawers. | 5% as is/20% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a sideboard of mahogany and yellow pine hardwood made by Sembian carpenters. / DC11 Lockcraft: the cabinet doors have average quality locks set to the same key. / DC20 Search: with all the locks unlocked and the cabinet doors opened the deep bottle drawers pull out to reveal hidden storage areas. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1174/title-asc?t:state:flow=cb3f561d-7dca-4499-a512-7d59a87a5f42


  • 108 | 1200 | d10+d12 | 10 | a couch 3ft by 7ft with serpentine shaped cross banded crest rail curving around into cabriole arms & supports with double bead on edges. A brown animal skin is laid over this frame and layered with additional smaller furs of varying brown shades. Eight square tapered legs inlaid with lightwood stringing and light & dark wood cuffs support this furniture. | 10% as is/60% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a sofa frame made of black walnut & mahogany hardwoods by Sembian woodwrights. / DC13 Leathercraft: the hide pile has cured pelts of squirrels, rabbits, raccoons, & badgers on a deer hide foundation throw. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1217/title-asc?t:state:flow=7c25d789-ffc9-4ef3-91a4-d4208de9c239


  • 109 | 1200 | d4+d6 | 20 | a low wooden cabinet 3.5ft by 3.5ft with a smoothe sloped front and two hinged doors at the back. Opening the doors reveals a series of pigeon holes. Below the slope are two drawers. The cabinet is supported by turned legs. Extensive inlays create abstract images on the broad slanted surface while the borders, drawer fronts, and upper leg blocks are inlaid with alternating light and dark linear and diamond designs. | 20% as is/60% part known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a writing desk of oak and pine hardwoods but the inlay is creative use of woodscraps common to colonization of the Chondathan emigrations into the Sword Coast. / DC15 Knowledge Architecture: Extensive inlays on the surfaces are accurate and full-size images of a hammer, hatchet, compasses, square, bevel, two chisels, a screwdriver, two diamond-shaped designs, and a star decoration, along with a folding rule. This provides a +1 circumstance bonus to the week income roll for the appropriate profession skill checks. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/461/title-asc?t:state:flow=20ae7f29-2e27-463e-8450-16109a3bf6c1


  • 110 | 1200 | d4+d6 | 20 | a wooden frame 4ft high by 6ft long with hinged legs, turned posts topped with iron pins, squared side rails, and bulbous turned legs terminating in high cylindrical feet. An arched headboard bridges the headposts. | 5% as is/60% part known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: beech & red pine hardwoods logged from the Vordrorn Forest and shaped into this bed frame by capenters in Luskan. / DC11 Disable Device: the hinges & brackets used allow the disassembly & easier portage of this furniture. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/662/title-asc?t:state:flow=610c0682-74ac-4edd-9f66-37ff734ec40d


  • 111 | 1200 | d4+d6 | 20 | a flat rectangular wooden table just over 2ft high with projecting square corners, strip of cross-banded veneer around the surface edge, veneered skirt, heavy band of carved gadrooning below skirt on front and sides, 4 cabriole legs having heavy leaf carving on knees surrounding central narrow section of cross hatching, and claw & ball feet. | 5% as is/50% part known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: furniture makers of Selgaunt made this walnut, black walnut, & oak table. / DC10 Search: the top opens to a baize-lined playing surface, the rear legs swing out on a gate to support the open top. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/223/title-asc?t:state:flow=acb63111-82c3-4e66-a366-4464c1917f12


  • 112 | 1200 | d4+d6 | 20 | a high, rectangular backed cushioned chair with high arch, shallow-shaped wings, horizontally rolled arms; slightly concaved broad seat, shaped cushion, cabriole legs, and covered in multi-colored triangles-in-diamond patterned cloth. | 5% as is/50% part known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: the oak frame was made by chair makers of Elmwood. / DC11 Weaving: wool & brushed linen cloth with needlepoint designs of the Moonsea culture. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/622/title-asc?t:state:flow=2cd41da4-b9a5-4a84-a306-bbb27760cd54


  • 113 | 1200 | d10+d12 | 10 | an 8ft tall by 4ft wide, large, wooden cabinet with 2 flat paneled doors concealing 5 clothing trays, a secretary drawer, and 3 full-width drawers. A flat top cornice, Gothic arches, turned drops, cock-beaded edges; metal oblong octagonal back plates & bails, and straight bracket feet beautify this piece of furniture. | 10% as is/ 50% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: Waterdhavian carpenters made this mahogany & red cedar hardwood press. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: the great height & the inclusion of a secretary drawer are typical of many Waterdhavian clothespresses. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/400/title-asc?t:state:flow=6d97a630-09ef-4c0f-a4d4-a2bd35ed5e23


  • 114 | 1200 | d10+d12 | 10 | a shield-shaped looking glass with dashed stringing at edges & ivory finial on 2 shaped supports attached to a serpentine 2ft wide chest of 3 drawers. Turned ivory bosses. ogee bracket feet, light wood cross-banding, colored stringing, ovoid central inlay with carnation & spray of leaves, canted corners with ovoid inlay of roses & leaves & quarter-fans, and silver hanging pull rings decorate the 3ft high construction. | 10% as is/ 30% part known/ 60% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC13 Woodcraft: Sembian master crafters made this of mahogany hardwood with satinwood inlays. / DC13 Stonecraft: the central spray of carnations in a similar setting band of herringbone inlay was imported from Spandeliyon. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: The shape of the base, which has a serpentine front, half-serpentine ends, and canted corners, was quite popular in Sembia, where it was used for card tables, clothespresses, chests of drawers, and other forms. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/580/title-asc?t:state:flow=5cc14da4-41d3-4b3f-8a7d-45973d940664


  • 115 | 1200 | d4+d6 | 20 | a slender, black drinking horn banded in silvery metal; the bands are engraved with a pair of boys beckoned by beggars and shunned by priests; the middle band is chased to represent fur and joined to base the by a bird's claw; the circular base is embossed with animals surrounded by an engraved border; both a removable lid and the horn point are surmounted by raptors. | 5% as is/20% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | DC17 Knowledge Arcana: a talon of a huge griffon. / DC12 Metallurgy: silver precious metal fashioned & etched in Thayan styles. / DC15 Know Religion: the boys are Akachi and Eveshi, blessed by Myrkul, who left the safety of the church to tend the dying of Mulsantir in Rashemen during the Black Whisper plague of the 13th Century. Akachi later becomes Myrkul's Chosen before turning on his god for love. | http://www.britishmuseum.org/research/collection_online/collection_object_details.aspx?objectId=31701&partId=1&museumno=WB.102&page=1


  • 116 | 1200 | d10+d12 | 10 | a metal belt clasp of three cascading medallions from which hang five chains terminating in closing hooks. The openwork medallions are crafted with beaded borders and standing vessels. | 10% as is/ 50% part known/ 100% if known | DC20 Know Nobility: the decorations show this to be the headmaid's chatelaine in Luthcheq's admiralty residence. / DC16 Metalcraft: electrum styled by Chessentan silversmiths. | http://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O114137/chatelaine-unknown/


  • 117 | 1250 | 2d4 | 25 | a 7ft tall by 6ft long wooden construct with carved leaf pattern foot posts carved with reeded, elongated balluster, semi-vase shaped, tapered, & squared stylings and with an arched headboard. | 8% as is/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: mahogany hardwood from Chondath crafted into a canopy bedframe by Chondath's carpenters. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1296/title-asc?t:state:flow=d58cb0df-055f-4759-bf52-f7c67b29bf9f


  • 118 | 1300 | 2d12 | 10 | a stuffed back chair with serpentine top, "S" shaped arms, scrolled arm supports, assymmetrical ribbon work skirt, strawberry-shaped cabochon, and leafy scrolled feet. Fabric needlework show a bird in a pastoral landscape surrounded by an elaborate scrolled architectural border and embroidered in large fruit & flower designs in beige, blue, green, red, and yellow. | 10% as is/ 50% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: mahogany & beech hardwoods carved & stained in Baldurs Gate. / DC11 Weaving: Balduran wool & silk needlework of the Fulham type foundation in linen with hair stuffing cushioning. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/65/title-asc?t:state:flow=4991b10a-9233-497e-b5d8-eddbdb4417f2


  • 119 | 1400 | 2d6 | 20 | a shield-shaped back armchair with molded stiles, crest rail, molded serpentine arm supports terminating in carved rosettes, over rail upholstered seat, brass nails applied in a swag pattern, and tapered legs ending in spade feet. The shield splat is carved with Prince of Wales feather, tassel, three rosettes, and double drapery. | 5% as is/20% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a mahogany & white pine hardwood chair that was not crafted by mundane means. / DC11 Weaving: royal blue felt fabric stuffed with fleece engrailed with brass tacks. Signature marks of / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: the shield design was made for the free city diplomats convening the first council to form Luraur 1369 DR. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/68/title-asc?t:state:flow=d70a2006-a0b5-4509-b882-8f16b65def1f


  • 120 | 1500 | d4+d6 | 25 | an 8ft by 3.5ft tall cabinet with reverse C-scroll shaping, applied rosettes, reeded urn finials, cockbeading and brass knob decorations. The cabinet has doors fitted with triangle, diamond, and rectangle panes of glass. The cabinet bottom has four stacked drawers with individual keyholes. The cabinet rests on four short, turned legs. | 10% as is/40% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a secretary & bookcase of mahogany and yellow pine hardwoods shaped by Balduran boardwrights. There are no locks installed behind the keyholes. / DC11 Glasscraft: fused quartz glass of good durability that can only be created by intense heat. / DC25 Knowledge Arcana: the Red Dragon Trading Post of Luskan exclusively supplied this glass that was reputed to be molten by an actual red dragon (really a blue juvenile). | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/882/title-asc?t:state:flow=cce3a58a-52ba-4647-87f7-5df5180b4c30


  • 121 | 1500 | d4+d6 | 25 | a sloped wooden cabinet 6ft by 3ft. The crown is is shallow and straight but for a semi-circular projection and three wood urn-shaped finials. The cabinet doors have Gothic arch glass panes painted in reverse with leaves and gothic arches in black and gold along the bottom. The doors open to reveal shelves and pigeonholes. The lower section has three stacked drawers with large metallic pull knobs. The legs are faced with circular rings, are fluted in the middle, and bordered by C scrolled brackets. | 10% as is/60% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: this secretary and bookcase, an evolution of writing desks and lady's cabinets, is made of curly maple & white pine hardwoods made by a Neverwinter craft guild. / DC11 Glasscraft: purified forest glass paned by dwarf gaffers in Neverwinter that is harder than typical glass panes. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/885/title-asc?t:state:flow=cce3a58a-52ba-4647-87f7-5df5180b4c30


  • 122 | 1500 | d8+d10 | 15 | a rectangular backed bench 3ft by 4.5ft upholstered in viridian green cloth with formalized floral pattern. Exposed wood compose the out-curved arms terminating in volutes and cabriole legs with shaped knee brackets & pad feet. | 4% as is/20% part known/40% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: walnut and beech hardwoods compose this settee made by crafters in Selgaunt. / DC11 Weaving: linen & wool foundation cloth with curled horse hair stuffing with the dye marks of Sembia's Loomers' Guild of Saerloon. / DC15 Knowledge History: the furniture was installed on the Dragon's Claw, a ship that sailed the Inner Sea under a pirate's banner in the 14th century. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/901/title-asc?t:state:flow=54fd68a2-433c-413c-b12e-68e4e3ca2a3e


  • 123 | 1600 | d6+d8 | 20 | a 2ft artifact with a domed shell body, a tapering carved tail forms a tailpiece, a reptilian head was carved at the top of an elongated neck, four five-toed carved feet project from the interior of the shell where an actual turtle's feet would have been located. Wires are strung from the tailpiece up to four tuning pegs. | 5% as is/20% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Perform: a violin of cosmetically unusual design but otherwise ordinary. / DC11 Woodcraft: black walnut shaped and installed into an animal shell, made by crafters of Chethel's Luthiers' Guild. / DC15 Knowledge Nature: a heat treated & hardened shambos, a valuable tropical sea turtle shell harvested off the shores of Southern Faerun. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@27/100/title-asc?t:state:flow=71680563-9384-45c1-8298-b93fea6d4094


SaMoCon Posted - 09 Dec 2016 : 18:34:18
Some more items that came up like furniture, relics, and household items.

The code to figure this out is the first number is just numerical order. The second number is average value in silver coins. The third number is a randomizer in case you want to roll the value. The fourth number is by what to multiply the rolled value. The first text is initial description ready to be plugged into any written adventure. The second text is the percentages the item is evaluated based on how many pieces of information is know by the seller. The third text is all the information that can be discovered by an appraiser with the appropriate skills, literacy, languages known. The hyperlinks go to the places where I was inspired.

  • 1 | 50 | 2d4 | 1 | a tiny, brown, wooden, rectangular box barely 1ft long with a hinged, cove-molded lid and a keyhole in the front. Oval-inlaid pateras, "barber pole" inlay design along the edges, two-tone stringing, and lightwood crossbanding decorate the exterior. The interior is lined with blue paper and divided into 3 compartments, each containing a removable metal lined wooden box, with dovetailed sides, & a top-mounted wooden knob handle. | 10% as is/ 50% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a mahogany case with yellow pine, lead foil, & blue paper decorations. The elongated "dot and dash" inlay is associated with Zhent furniture makers of the Antebellum period. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: the case is a tea chest used to store the precious commodity & to impress guests when brought out to make tea. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1303/title-asc?t:state:flow=9098c812-cb1d-4277-b904-2471f15cbf1d


  • 2 | 60 | d4+d6 | 1 | a tiny looking glass in an arched top wooden board with a hole at center. The glass is recessed within a slight chamfered molding. There is an incised design on the back of an encircled flower. | 10% as is/ 50% part known/ 100% if known | DC15 Knowledge Arcana: while the pine board mirror could be made by any competent whittler, the carving is a latent arcane mark which is a sigil that acquires arcane mark properties after the maker becomes a wielder of the Art. / DC15 Knowledge History: this was the mirror used by Shandril Shessair, the most widely known user of Spellfire in Faerun, prior to her acquiring power & fame. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/792/title-asc?t:state:flow=5aa15ec7-6821-44ba-9ad8-ab7fcd45beaa


  • 3 | 80 | d6+d8 | 1 | a set of dark, olive green glasses with press molded spirals around the base of the container and an engrailed foot what's lines carry up the stem to the spirals. | 10% as is/100% if known | DC13 Glasscraft: crafted by gaffers in Luskan, these are madiera crystals with Illuskan flourishes formed into stemmed pokal glasses meant for beer consumption. | https://www.etsy.com/listing/244959513/four-dark-olive-green-franciscan-madiera?ref=market


  • 4 | 100 | d8+d10 | 1 | a rectangular construct of two attached frames 2.5ft high with columnar legs terminating in turned ball feet and feltwork panels. Needlepoint scenes in each panel are: a house on a hill surrounded by blooming wildflowers, and a basket full of flowers on a grassy gnoll. | 10% as is/ 40% part known/ 70% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a Nathlekh made folding frame of mahogany hardwood holding paper & silk sheets with stitched designs. / DC13 Weaving: coarse feltwork panels make the canvass too durable & expensive for needlepoint to be its primary purpose. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: well to do households use fire screens to prevent embers, sparks, & ash from leaving the hearth while allowing out the heat. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/657/title-asc?t:state:flow=5c21a5d9-49dc-44b4-ae17-f675e81fb3e8


  • 5 | 100 | 2d4 | 2 | a tiny wooden box with forward-sloping lid, flat back & sides, and shaped curvilinear front. Cock-bead molding, triple string inlays, brass hinges, ovoid silvery escutcheon, and silvery ring complete the understated decoration. | 5% as is/ 20% part known/ 50% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: mahogany hardwood with deal, lightwood, brass, & silverplate fashioned in specialized woodworking shops of Sembia's urban centers. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: a Knife Box meant more to display one's collection of knives than to secure the expensive cutlery. / DC15 Disable Device: a simple lock secures the lid closed. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/719/title-asc?t:state:flow=e7bbe44c-b305-4fc6-992e-f9040a19f978


  • 6 | 120 | d4+d6 | 2 | an ovoid wooden chest engraved with swirling foliage on the top, a fish-scale stripe around the middle, and more swirling foliage in a band underneath surrounding a chequerboard motif. The metal mounts comprise four zoomorphic legs, two flower-like openwork disks at either end, and an engraved bud-like finial. The mounts are secured to the nut by screws or rivets with heads shaped to mirror the bud finial on the lid. | 5% as is/ 20% part known/ 50% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a finely carved gourd with tight foliage scrolling typical of crafters from the woodlands of Cormyr or the Dalelands. / DC13 Metalcraft: Silver metal mounts are cast and shaped by silversmiths probably from Sembia. / DC15 Know Nobility: a tax collector's coin container used to transfer small amounts of wealth from his collections to the local Lord. | http://www.michaelbackmanltd.com/848.html


  • 7 | 130 | 2d12 | 1 | a tiny wooden construct shaped like a cylinder 2ft high with carved reeded sides, a shield shaped brass plaque on the front, fitted brass key hole, domed top with a carved acorn finial, square pedastle base, and ormolu lion-paw feet. | 10% as is/ 40% part known/ 70% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: mahogany hardwood with lacewood, tulip poplar, white pine, & brass fashioned in specialized woodworking shops of Luskan. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: a Knife Box meant more to display one's collection of knives than to secure the expensive cutlery. / DC15 Disable Device: a simple lock secures the lift-top closed. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/722/title-asc?t:state:flow=8e8e708f-5fd6-43a1-8598-135a29aecde8


  • 8 | 140 | 2d6 | 2 | a small wooden tub on legs standing almost 3ft high with coopered oval hoops, 2 brass rings, 2 brass carrying handles, and four Marlborough legs flanked by C-scroll brackets. | 5% as is/ 50% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a mahogany hardwood and brass water tight basin with telltales of Hin construction. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: An ingenious cross-market idea from Tosscobble's Carpentry, this item is sold as a tub for small humanoids or, with legs, a luxury drink cooler for medium humanoids. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1411/title-asc?t:state:flow=5424e891-e6c5-43fd-bb13-8d5fbc7d4aaa


  • 9 | 150 | 2d4 | 3 | a tiny, dark brown, wooden construct shaped like an oval cylinder on four carved lion-paw feet. Serpentine fluted sides, golden metal bands at the top & bottom, sunray fluted top with oval turned knob, and a keyhole in the top band complete the decorations of this box. | 10% as is/ 66% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a watertight mahogany wood basin with brass reinforcements. Illuskan lumber guild marks are identified here and there on the body. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: an ice chest for short term storage of the cold crystals in warmer temperature. The simple lock employed is not to keep villainous parties out but to keep the container sealed tight during transport. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1410/title-asc?t:state:flow=5424e891-e6c5-43fd-bb13-8d5fbc7d4aaa


  • 10 | 150 | 2d4 | 3 | a looking glass with high arched & scrolled crest, pierced circular hole of gilted & gessoed carved shell, molded wood frame, gilded inner frame, scrolled ears, scrolled brackets, and scrolled & cut-out base. | 33% as is/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: the mahogany & deal hardwoods of this mirror frame are carved in the Luiren-style and gussied-up with gesso & gilding for export. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/739/title-asc?t:state:flow=5865f4c5-9ab8-47a9-9168-a0636bc832aa


  • 11 | 160 | 2d3 | 4 | a rectangular construct of two attached frames 5ft high painted grey-green around panels painted with multicolored birds and foliage on a black backgtround. The frames are attached by hinges that allow them to swing back to back or away from each other to form a straight line. | 5% as is/ 25% part known/ 50% half known/ 75% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a folding screen framed in yellow pine with brass fittings crafted by Berduskan Joiners. / DC11 Painting: a mix of linen & plaster provides the base for the oil paintings which cover every exposed surface of canvass making a durable, if rigid, artwork. / DC13 Weaving: coarse linen warp and colored wool make the canvass too durable & expensive for needlepoint to be its primary purpose. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: households which cannot afford more space for private rooms purchase screens like these that maintain modesty & decency for individuals who must share space. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/666/title-asc?t:state:flow=13232575-3e93-465f-b000-e764fcfd48c0


  • 12 | 170 | d12+d20 | 1 | a tiny rectangular box of black-brown wood less than 1ft long with canted corners, fitted with brassy ball feet, bail carrying handles, large escutcheon plus keyhole, and lid-mounted hasp. The inside is lined with red velvet and divided to hold 3 large & 2 medium stoppered glass bottles and 1 funnel. | 10% as is/ 50% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a cherrywood travel case with shagreen, velvet, glass, and brass finishes. / DC13 Healing: a medicine dispensary for safe transport, measuring out, and returning healing solutions. May also be used for potions and alchemical liquids. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/250/title-asc?t:state:flow=af6767f1-80df-4c96-8712-352767f7cb3a


  • 13 | 170 | d12+d20 | 1 | a rectangular trunk wrapped in cream-colored cowhide with a slightly domed lid, tan strip reinforcements around the edges, 2 bail handles, and iron keyhole plate & hasp. Inside is lined with patterned paper of leaves in light purple forming diagonal lines. | 10% as is/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: deal wood with cow hide covering reveals the origin as Selgaunt's poor grade exports. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1370/title-asc?t:state:flow=66e573cb-9166-4dad-8519-9c95ad6d457a


  • 14 | 180 | 2d8 | 2 | a dark brown wooden construct nearly 3ft tall with molded ring top supported by three S-scrolled columnar shafts fitted into a triangular stand of 2 small drawers with turned wooden knobs. The drawer box is supported by 3 columnar shafts fitted into a triangular undershelf on 3 cabriole legs terminating in snake feet. | 5% as is/ 50% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a mahogany with oak & deal hardwoods shaped by Sembian furniture makers. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: a growing interest in personal cleanliness promoted the design of basin stand, also called a "wash-stand" or "wash-hand stand," which typically held a bottle for storing water and a basin for washing. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/113/title-asc?t:state:flow=97228c8f-1c8e-4066-99d6-02392e8b9f11


  • 15 | 180 | d4+d6 | 3 | a tiny 2ft high dull wooden cabinet with a hinged door, thin molded top, reverse stepped cornice molding, a dovetailed base, and lightwood inlays of 4 small dot positioned towards each corner & lettering inside two rectangles. Inside are 4 graduated rows of drawers (2 rows of 3 short drawers over 1 row of 2 medium drawers over 1 long drawer) each with a large brass knob. | 10% as is/ 20% part known/ 33% half known/ 66% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: Black walnut construction with yellow pine, ash, brass, & iron with Almraiven's guild markings on each of the materials. / DC11 Lockcraft: a decent lock of DC20 with guild marks from Yeshpek locksmiths. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: a spice chest for storing & securing valuable spices worth more than their weight in gold. / DC25 Search: A chamfered backboard slides down to reveal a row of two secret drawers behind the heavy cornice molding | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1226/title-asc?t:state:flow=0ca73024-77a9-4c73-9c27-7039a14fb622


  • 16 | 200 | 2d4 | 4 | a lift-lid rectangular chest of stained wood with strap hinges, 2 iron handles, a flattened heart shape on top, and a decorative brass escutcheon surrounding the keyhole on the front. Across the front is lettering in light colored paint and iron tacks form more letters across the lid. | 10% as is/ 25% part known/ 50% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a sturdy trunk made by Arabel's arkwrights from composite woods oak, birch, & imported cedrella. / Thorass: "Hugh Cofsart Baker, 27:th Reg.!" / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: Hugh Baker was a Provincial Guard Captain of Cormyr's undeveloped frontier called to action against the Tuigan Horde where he fell in battle in 1360 DR. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/842/title-asc?t:state:flow=ba739f60-c33d-440c-9ce6-5598409e5ba0


  • 17 | 200 | d8+d10 | 2 | a rectangular wooden box 3.5ft by 2.5ft with side cutouts fitted by course cloth screens. A large door on the front opens to reveal a single shelf inside composed of two loose boards. Four straight, sausage turned legs which are continuations of side posts and terminate in domes "potato masher" feet. A wooden hasp secures the door. | 5% as is/60% part known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: an ash & yellow pine cabinet crafted by halflings of Archendale. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: a food safe designed for short-term storage of fresh or recently cooked foods that would attract vermin before serving. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/667/title-asc?t:state:flow=13232575-3e93-465f-b000-e764fcfd48c0


  • 18 | 200 | d8+d10 | 2 | a wooden construct of four frames attached by hinges that swing the outer frames away from and the inner pan frames toward each other. Each frame contains an uncolored print painted on cloth of the same finely dressed man and woman in different venues: a man climbing down a ladder to show an interested woman a flower plucked from a tree, a woman weighing some grapes on the vine in her hand while a man looks on from her side, a man presenting a seated woman sheafs of wheat & apples, and a woman presenting a plate of assorted nuts to a man holding a broom. | 5% as is/ 20% part known/ 50% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: Theskan furniture makers have often been overlooked by traders but this piece of mahogany with oak & yellow pine hardwoods shows they are worthy of inclusion in well provisioned homes. / DC16 Painting: the representation of the four seasons is a work by Crollarc, a Theskan artisan called the Witch of Watercolor. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: well to do households use fire screens to prevent embers, sparks, & ash from leaving the hearth while allowing out the heat. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/665/title-asc?t:state:flow=610c0682-74ac-4edd-9f66-37ff734ec40d


  • 19 | 240 | d4+d6 | 4 | a portrait holding pole stand with urn finial, tapering shaft, ring-turned pedestal, spiral-carved bulb & bell-shaped base, 3 projecting cabriole legs with terminating in snake feet, and rectangular frame of lacquered wood strips. The needlework panel has a central female figure dressed in blue & white, seated beneath a red & blue parasol, attended by 3 hand maidens, and surrounded by flame-like embroidery in red, blue, & yellow with brown ground. The painting on the back is of birds perched on branches with a serpent dragon encircling a branch in the top left corner. | 5% as is/ 25% part known/ 50% half known/ 75% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a portrait on a pole framed in mahogany with brass & copper fittings applied by craftsmen of Selgaunt. / DC11 Painting: coarse linen warp and ivory silk wefts make the canvass too durable & expensive for painting to be its primary purpose. / DC13 Weaving: coarse linen warp and colored wool make the canvass too durable & expensive for needlepoint to be its primary purpose. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: well to do households use this fire screen to keep heat directly off the faces of people seated close to a fireplace. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/655/title-asc?t:state:flow=5c21a5d9-49dc-44b4-ae17-f675e81fb3e8


  • 20 | 240 | d4+d6 | 4 | a wooden chair with red cushioned seat sized for a medium humanoid. The striking features of this chair include a curved crest rail with ogee ends terminating in volutes, 3 tapering columnar stiles, 2 pierced splats surrounded by volutes, cabriole legs, and ball & claw feet. | 25% as is/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: the hardwoods of mahogany & maple are joined in this Cormyran style chair by furniture makers of Marsember. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/407/title-asc?t:state:flow=09a156c3-4197-49b5-9a6b-93544c97bfd4


  • 21 | 240 | d4+d6 | 4 | a dome-lid trunk wrapped in hairy cowhide with 4 leather straps, a rectangular plate painted black, brass studded diamond shaped lozenges, scalloped brown leather skirting, brass studded straps, iron bail handles, and iron lock & hasp. | 10% as is/ 50% part known/ 100% if known | DC13 Leathercraft: there is no wood in the construction, just 2 forms of rothe leather with cured leather exterior and an expertly made rigid hide (cuir boilli) interior. / DC13 Metalcraft: brass, leather, iron, & tin works show a few maker's marks of Mirabar. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1372/title-asc?t:state:flow=66e573cb-9166-4dad-8519-9c95ad6d457a


  • 22 | 240 | d4+d6 | 4 | a pale green transparent glass cup of vertical walls with eight claws applied in two rows. Glass beading has been decoratively applied around the claws and the circular foot. | 25% as is/100% if known | DC16 Glasscraft: Hlondathan glass sculpture known as a claw beaker that uses spot heating and gaffing techniques, often made as tomb offerings to Moander. | http://decodedpast.com/medieval-glass-beautiful-cups-beakers-flasks-drinking-horns-survived-test-time/16239


  • 23 | 250 | 2d4 | 5 | a rectangular table 3ft hight by 4.5 ft long with white & gray stone top, thumbnail molding, coved & beaded rails, cyma-shaped knee brackets, & 4 cabriole legs on pad feet. | 20% as is/ 60% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a sideboard table of black walnut, white oak, & yellow pine that is an imitation of Sembian design, although white oak does not grow near Sembia. / DC13 Stonecraft: travertine marble quarried by dwarf stone cutters in the Far Hills near Asbravn. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1191/title-asc?t:state:flow=7ccf71e3-dbc7-45f0-bc57-ad930fac918c


  • 24 | 250 | 2D4 | 5 | a wooden chair with red cushioned seat sized for a medium humanoid. Flourishes include: a heavy rolled arm with rounded terminals, 2 solid vase shaped splats, 3 baluster arm supports, a square slip seat, deep double lobed shape skirt, cabriole legs with stylized leaf carving extending well down the knee, and crisply cut claw & ball feet. | 20% as is/ 60% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: crafters of Luskan made this chair of mahogany, cherry, & white pine woods. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: the seat lifts to reveal a wide hole. This combined with the long skirt of the chair means that a chamber pot would normally go there and be hiddn from casual view. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/411/title-asc?t:state:flow=b7d801d4-9851-4e7d-9afd-52754f6b0f37


  • 25 | 280 | 2d6 | 4 | a brown wooden construct that looks like two smaller tables stacked one on the other. The top has a large circular central hole with a smaller hole at to the right, recessed wooden dish to the left left, and a scalloped skirt. The 4 chamfered legs it stands on go through the table below which is a shelf & drawer in the middle of the stand, and are braced by "X" shaped stretchers with a central, circular tray. | 10% as is/ 50% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a mahogany stand with yellow pine & tulip poplar hardwoods assembled in Everlund. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: a growing interest in personal cleanliness promoted the design of basin stand, also called a "wash-stand" or "wash-hand stand," which typically held a bottle for storing water and a basin for washing. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1387/title-asc?t:state:flow=71d6e254-e75a-485b-bb39-d44b3f1aaa11


  • 26 | 280 | 2d6 | 4 | a portrait holding pole stand with removable flame finial, beaded collar, bulbous urn & ring turned pedestal, 3 cabriole legs terminating in claw & ball feet, and a rectangular portrait frame with rounded top corners. A brown fabric canvas has needlework embroidery in red, blue, & yellow depicting wildflowers flowing out of a silver goblet. | 10% as is/ 25% part known/ 50% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: foliate leg carvings on the legs ending with asymmetrical curves, called "leaves on the knees," is a signature of Marsember's mahogany crafted furniture. / DC11 Painting: coarse linen warp and ivory silk wefts make the canvass too durable & expensive for painting to be its primary purpose. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: Decorative and functional, well to do households use this fire screen to keep heat directly off the faces of people seated close to a fireplace. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/657/title-asc?t:state:flow=69fbd100-a59b-4ad4-a7ea-871e4599e98f


  • 27 | 280 | 2d6 | 4 | a lift-top chest with hinged lid, mid-molding, 2 molded drawers & brass bail handles, black painted base, and bracket feet. The chest is painted with diamond motifs on top, a 3-part division with semi-circles in green & brown & red on a green & red putty-grained ground in front, blue putty-graining on the drawers, and putty-grained in red & green on all other sides. | 10% as is/ 50% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: yellow pine & tulip poplar worked by Everlund's arkwrights. / DC16 Painting: painted by Lady Alustriel when she tried her hand at various arts of Silvermoon's trades. The master arkwright called it "pedestrian" and it became forgotten. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/346/title-asc?t:state:flow=05b5935a-ef1a-4764-80cb-559a6858145a


  • 28 | 300 | d4+d6 | 5 | a rectangular 5ft looking glass with carved & gilded frame of alternating C scrolls, foliage supporting a flying phoenix, pair leafed vines, a central bloom & foliage, and triple lobed pierced leaf at the base. | 20% as is/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a deal hardwood mirror frame with gesso & gilding surrounding the polished steel mirror. The careful wood carving shows off the Scornubian tradesmen skills. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/772/title-asc?t:state:flow=307358b1-9bc5-4d56-b6db-a6795c12e537


  • 29 | 300 | d4+d6 | 5 | a medium wood construct with a small chair attached to an apparatus consisting of a horizontal bar with fringed cloth tennoned through one of three mortices cut through the top of a vertical chamfered post. A treadle in front left of the chair is attached to an L-shaped structure screwed to rebated bases of front and rear left legs. | 20% as is/40% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a maple hardwood construct made by unknown small people since there is no specific styling and a complete lack of makers marks. / DC15 Knowledge Architecture: a push lever activated piston attached to a gear-&-flywheel that turns a counter-weighted pole to spin it back & forth approximately 90 degrees. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: Flywhisk activated by rocking treadle with a foot while seated. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1008/title-asc?t:state:flow=b671f5dc-9ada-469d-8480-bc02a51025d2


  • 30 | 300 | d4+d6 | 5 | an elliptic front green drawer table with attached box drawer, half-elliptic sides, ovolo corners, thick ring-turned colonnettes topping turned legs, yellow pin striping, gold paint banding, freehand grapes painted on drawer fronts, round knob drawer pulls, and multi-layered "oyster-shell" technique in medium-dark blue stone tops to the table & drawer box. | 20% as is/40% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a sturdy basswood, pine, & maple table using Untheran joining methods but the markings for origins are scorched to unreadable. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: dressing tables, also known as "toilet tables," achieved a fairly high level of popularity around the Inner Seas. / DC11 Painting: polychrome & gilt decoration was substituted for figured veneers, reeded legs, and contrasting inlays on Chessentan furniture. The light blue ground, gilt spiral-striped legs, stenciled clusters of grapes with painted tendrils, and a dressing box that is a miniature duplicate of the main case is the work of an Untheran expatriot furniture maker in Mordulkin. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/609/title-asc?t:state:flow=56247105-3795-43f4-8071-05843bee9333


  • 31 | 300 | d8+d10 | 3 | a portrait holding pole stand with narrow cylindrical post topped by acorn finial, turned pedestal, carved rings, and urn base on three cabriole legs terminating in snake feet. The portrait is a floral design of poppy plant springing from grassy mound, worked in cloth. Unusually, the portrait back is a light & dark brown pattern of scrolling floral branches instead of being bare. | 10% as is/ 33% part known/ 66% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: Lyrabar's artisans crafted mahogany & deal hardwoods into this portrait on a display stand. / DC11 Painting: coarse linen warp and ivory silk wefts make the canvass too durable & expensive for painting to be its primary purpose. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: well to do households use this fire screen to keep heat directly off the faces of people seated close to a fireplace. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/659/title-asc?t:state:flow=5c21a5d9-49dc-44b4-ae17-f675e81fb3e8


  • 32 | 320 | d6+d8 | 4 | a rectangular black chest with hinged lid, integral base molding, front scalloped skirt, and straight bracket feet. The front is painted with a central urn of flowers and trailing vines up the feet and corners in green, gold, & red. | 25% as is/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a zalantar wood product that was softened through treatments pioneered in Derlusk to preserve its appearance while making it easy to work. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/279/title-asc?t:state:flow=7acfb5fa-a2b1-4ca4-a8d2-ac36c16eb51a


  • 33 | 320 | d6+d8 | 4 | a portrait holding pole stand with acorn finial, bobbin & ring-turned pedestal, 3 projecting cabriole legs with terminating in snake feet, and rectangular frame scrolled & veneered top. A red, blue, green, & gold needlework panel has a basket of flowers (tulips, bluebells, carnations, roses, etc.,) on grassy mound with white background on the front and paper painted with colorful birds among flowering branches & ducks in a pond by a rocky cliff on back. | 5% as is/ 25% part known/ 50% half known/ 75% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: shaped mahogany with deal hardwood accents shows that the Dalelands have skilled furniture makers as this piece is stamped with an export mark from Ashabenford. / DC11 Painting: coarse linen warp and ivory silk wefts make the canvass too durable & expensive for painting to be its primary purpose. / DC13 Weaving: coarse linen warp and colored wool make the canvass too durable & expensive for needlepoint to be its primary purpose. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: well to do households use this fire screen to keep heat directly off the faces of people seated close to a fireplace. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/658/title-asc?t:state:flow=5c21a5d9-49dc-44b4-ae17-f675e81fb3e8


  • 34 | 320 | d6+d8 | 4 | a curiously narrow & thin silvery metal table nearly 4ft tall with ten-sided top depicting a relief scene at center of stilted & squared buildings, plants & flying birds are in relief around the central image, and the rim is molded in acanthus leaves. The stand is: above the ball knob - a stem with 2 leaf-encrusted balusters, below - is a tapering hexagon molded with leaf or husk patterns. The tripod base has 3 leaf-encrusted, voluted, S-scroll feet. | 10% as is/ 50% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: silvered gesso on deal & walnut hardwood showing the craftwork of Laothkund's furniture makers. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: a candle stand. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1347/title-asc?t:state:flow=bfbf2e0b-e67b-4c67-b925-010d2fa66013


  • 35 | 320 | d6+d8 | 4 | a clear glass jar with a severely elongated spout nearly 6" in length. Swooping yellow & azure decorations are sparsely painted on the jar, a black & gold coat of arms is prominently situated at the center of the flourishes, and stripes line the spout in bright white & blue. | 10% as is/ 25% part known/ 50% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC14 Glasscraft: Tethyrian top quality colorless glass perfume jar shaped in the style of Calimshan's crafts. / DC10 Knowledge Nobility: the coat of arms belongs to no known family or lineage. / DC17 Knowledge the Planes: the symbol is an honorific for el Nar'ysr, an Abbalayar known as "the Phoenix" of Calimshan in the 10th century. | http://decodedpast.com/medieval-glass-beautiful-cups-beakers-flasks-drinking-horns-survived-test-time/16239


  • 36 | 340 | d12+d20 | 2 | a leather-sheathed domed-lid trunk with printed fabric linings. The trunk is decorated with three stylized trees in brass nails on the lid, 2 spade-shaped escutcheons surrounded by swirls of brass nails in front, and 4 different patterns in the lining - block printed red & yellow exotic floral & scroll with balloon-shaped floral elements, red & yellow sub-pattern of scrolling flowers & leaves, red scrolling floral, and yellow scrolling vines. | 5% as is/ 20% part known/ 50% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: deal wood covered with leather, but the brass nail designs are particular to Selgaunt's Foreign District. / DC11 Weaving: the cloth lining is a linen-cotton blend that is meant to wick moisture away from the contents, marking this as a sea-farer's trunk. / DC20 Search: the locking mechanism is released by inserting a pin directly under the tips of the escutcheons to release the hasps. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1369/title-asc?t:state:flow=66e573cb-9166-4dad-8519-9c95ad6d457a


  • 37 | 350 | 2d6 | 5 | a tiny reddish wooden cabinet 1.5ft high with a flat-paneled door with keyhole, applied edge molding on top, scotia base molding, and ogee bracket feet. Opening the door shows 15 small interior drawers with ring pulls separated by cherry dividers and round-nosed dust boards. | 20% as is/40% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a cherry hardwood & tulip poplar construct manufactured by the cabinet makers of Theymarsh in the Border Kingdoms. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: spice boxes are compact & portable boxes also used for currency, documents, jewelry, and personal accessories such as pocket books and spectacles. / DC13 Lockcraft: a good lock of DC30 with guild marks from Yeshpek locksmiths. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1225/title-asc?t:state:flow=0ca73024-77a9-4c73-9c27-7039a14fb622


  • 38 | 350 | 2d6 | 5 | a trunk covered in leather with domed lid, bail handle on top, lock plate & hasp on front, thin strips of dark leather reinforcements, and tacks arranged in double rows of studs at all edges. The interior is lined in paper decorated all over with stencil circular patterns and lines of lettering. | 10% as is/ 20% part known/ 40% half known/ 80% mostly known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a deal hardwood case shod in leather with brass tacks typical for Cormyr's arkwrights. / Thorass + Calant: the papers are indexes of wording mixed with dates but the shorthand notes contain archaic words that are needlessly precise and confusing. / DC13 Profession: legal references and an index to the Acts of Justice for Cormyr. / DC15 Knowledge History: used by Dash Wicker, a local lawyer of Cormyr, to defend one of the accused rebel nobles after the Lost King's failed revolt. This was the first recorded instance where a lawyer won a capital case but was lynched and his client was left unmolested by the enraged mob. Cormyr soon after changed its legal practices to deter vigilante or mob justice for future judicial proceedings. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1360/title-asc?t:state:flow=f99d159c-199a-4b29-8e38-818cb04a9df0


  • 39 | 350 | 2d6 | 5 | an oval looking glass gilt framed with foliate carving around a molded inner frame, 2 giant C scrolls, 4 conjoined C scrolls supporting a large foliate cartouche at the crest, and 2 C scrolls supporting a pendant foliate carving at base. | 20% as is/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a deal hardwood mirror frame with gesso & gilding surrounding the polished steel mirror. The careful wood carving shows off skills of Elturan framers. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/756/title-asc?t:state:flow=736f8ecd-292b-4028-8425-9515347b972d


  • 40 | 350 | 2d6 | 5 | a crudely made lift-top chest made of clearly individual boards with wooden peg hinges, metal loops in center of front & top in place of hasps, and plainly exposed nail heads. | 20% as is/40% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodwork: though simple, this chest is of deceptively sturdy yellow pine construction made by Ardeep's arkwrights. / DC25 Search: one of the 2 hasps moves and there is a way to open & close it from inside the chest meaning it can be unsecured in spite of any lock on the hasps. / DC15 Knowledge History: 1 of thousands of smugglers' chests used to secret gnome slaves out of Netheril, though many have fallen into the hands of others including goblins who sometimes use the chests to sneak agents into fortified areas to sabotage defenses from the inside. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/143/title-asc?t:state:flow=7b40bf5d-7f6a-4df7-97b5-51124717abbd


  • 41 | 350 | 2d6 | 5 | a twisted, black rod about 1ft long with contrasting white domes terminating either end. The decoration on the body is one continuous spiral while the domes are edged with mock Gothic tracery and spiral fins radiate from the center of the caps outwards to the edges. | 20% as is/40% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known | DC13 Woodcraft: ebony wood machine turned by guildsmen in Starmantle. / DC13 Stonecraft: whalebone ivory precisely made to match the fine threading of the wooden tube to screw on-off the end caps. / DC16 Know Religion: the spiral is the symbol of Eadro, Lord of the Sunlit Shallows, which indicates this is a messenger tube with his symbol as a supplication for good luck when travelling across water and a strong indicator the scroll tube is air tight. | http://www.michaelbackmanltd.com/3625.html


  • 42 | 390 | 2d12 | 3 | a golden device about 2ft in diameter with a long tube coiled three times and terminating in a broad bell at one end & a tiny bowl at the other. Struts brace the the bowl & the bell extension to the coil. Etched into the bell are scenes of several stags being chased by a giant cat in turn chased by human folk armed with spears & bows. | 10% as is/33% part known/66% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Perform: a hunting horn (horn) used to panic prey, call other hunters, and coordinate activities but may also be played for the aural pleasure of its clarion sound. / DC13 Metalcraft: a brass metal device with the hallmarks of Everlund's braziers. / DC15 Knowledge Religion: the etchings are of scenes for the Feast of Stags, a Malarite ritual respected & appreciated by the peoples of Northern Faerun. This horn was commissioned by Noanar's Hold village to signal Malar's faithful of the ritual's start for the winter. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@27/53/title-asc?t:state:flow=995cac0b-d2bb-459f-8d6e-8faa546e2d14


  • 43 | 390 | 2d12 | 3 | a trunk with flat base, straight sides, domed lid, large brass catch plate shaped like a crown, scrolled heart-shape lockplate below, 4 rectangular panels formed by tacks, 2 metal bails, and 6 brass braces at front corners. Decorative studding includes 2 panels containing a large crown above a cipher formed from tacks and 2 panels bearing a pair of tulips. | 10% as is/ 33% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: leather shod deal hardwood with mahogany cross-fittings and interior show this to be the work of halfling carpenters using common joining methods found around the Sea of Fallen Stars. / DC13 Leathercraft: fine leather, ample use of rose images in the tack designs, and fittings shaped like crowns marks this as a Donny Growpath product, a luggage maker in Westgate. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1357/title-asc?t:state:flow=f99d159c-199a-4b29-8e38-818cb04a9df0


  • 44 | 400 | d6+d8 | 5 | a rectangular locking wooden box 2ft by 2.5ft on four thin cabriole legs with sharp knees terminating in almost circular claw and ball feet. | 20% as is/50% part known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a black walnut & yellow pine hardwood cabinet of Balduran make. No lock is currently fitted to the keyhole. / DC11 Brewing or Distilling: a cellaret used to secure alcohol from theft while stored in public rooms or transported from storage to places of distribution. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/162/title-asc?t:state:flow=a4e3643c-42f1-4c78-bc12-48b093615a53


  • 45 | 400 | d6+d8 | 5 | a rectangular looking glass nearly 5ft high with floral volute terminated arch pediment, rococo leafage trailing downward from volutes, shell-based central gilt cartouche, carved acanthus leafage base strip, square-cornered gilt inner & outer frame, and bands of carved leafage trailing down either side of frame. | 20% as is/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a walnut veneer with gilt & gesso on deal is a staple of the Moonsea's woodworkers. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/736/title-asc?t:state:flow=fec217c1-1a66-4a51-bd51-2fcaa1f717d5


  • 46 | 400 | d6+d8 | 5 | a wooden construct 7ft high by 6ft long with peaked headboard, a more gradually peaked foot board, tapered and chamfered posts, rail boxed with central rope channel molding, and ovolo beaded at top and bottom. A top rail closes the post tops. | 20% as is/40% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: made by Western Heartlands craftsmen of tulip poplar hardwood stained to mimic mahogany. / DC13 Use Rope: the bedstead is held together only by the tight roping of the rails without the use of metal, precision tooled fittings, or glue. / DC15 Knowledge History: apprentice guilders in Waterdeep make high post bedsteads for poorer customers in bulk to hone their craft skills, but they back their works with the guild seals still on the frames. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/712/title-asc?t:state:flow=60474e43-d8bc-425f-a4f9-6a93796b0d6f


  • 47 | 400 | d6+d8 | 5 | a leather-covered trunk nearly 4ft long with decorative rows of brass nails, domed lid, swirl ornamentation, double lobed over inverted heart over fish-tail motifs, a pair of iron lock backplates, and iron carrying handles. | 20% as is/ 60% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: seals of Waterdhavian arkwrights are found in the Leather, brass, iron, & cedar wood of this chest. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: this chest has the marks of an Evermeet princeling who had this as part of his luggage train when making a diplomatic sojourn across Faerun but abandoned it when boarding a vessel back to his homeland. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1373/title-asc?t:state:flow=66e573cb-9166-4dad-8519-9c95ad6d457a


  • 48 | 400 | d6+d8 | 5 | a brown wood, large cupboard 8ft tall by 4ft wide with tenoned top, waist, and bottom rails. The cornice and full-height side moldings are nailed to the front assembly and the side stiles around the 3 shelf cabinet. The doors are hung on butterfly hinges and feature pinned through-tenons. | 20% as is/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: The shaped & molded baroque arch, deeply scalloped shelves, and absence of doors on the upper section of this yellow pine hardwood cupboard imply that for its first owner, display was of greater consideration than storage or security. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/418/title-asc?t:state:flow=673d7cdc-6f71-46b9-a655-b76cec751767


  • 49 | 400 | d6+d8 | 5 | a painted wooden chair with rounded top edge, turned baluster stiles, rectangular cane seat, and tapering rounded legs. The top has three stenciled shield designs. | 20% as is/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: the white pine hardwood chair's simplified turnings, mahogany graining, and modest stenciled decoration link this design to Estagund's furniture industry. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/845/title-asc?t:state:flow=ba739f60-c33d-440c-9ce6-5598409e5ba0


  • 50 | 450 | 2d8 | 5 | an oval topped table of deep brown wood varying between 4.5ft to 5.5ft around with arched & shaped skirt, concave shell dependant from central point of arch, 6 cabriole legs with carved shell on knee, and claw & ball feet. | 20% as is/ 60% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: Scornubrian table makers made this table of mahogany, deal, & oak hardwoods. / DC11 Disable Device: the table folds down and the 2 extended legs swing in from the sides to make a compact table 2ft wide by 4.5ft long. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/531/title-asc?t:state:flow=edde9de4-5de7-4e1a-9e50-47bb7b3fb538


  • 51 | 480 | d4+d6 | 8 | a 6.5ft long by 3ft high thin brown wood table with prominent oval escucheons & ring pulls on 2 large doors flanking the 2 small central drawers, dark & light wood inlaid ovals around the escutcheons, an arch-cut skirt beneath the smaller drawers at center, and 6 tapering squared legs (4 in front, 2 in back). The surface is planed smoothe and the entire piece is well varnished. | 25% as is/ 75% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a mahogany sideboard with yellow pine, white pine, tulip poplar, holly & other lightwood inlays marked with guildstamps of Waterdeep. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: a decade after the sideboard first appeared in noble manses its great utility & convenience in storing plate, flatware, table linen, & other dining equipment won wide acceptance and its presence often dictates the perception of a well-to-do host. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/1214/title-asc?t:state:flow=7c25d789-ffc9-4ef3-91a4-d4208de9c239


  • 52 | 480 | d4+d6 | 8 | a six-board lift lid chest supported by a molded base raised on straight bracket feet. The chest is painted with a central large stellar device flanked by 2 smaller stars on the lid, a pair of swan's-neck pediments flanked by red & white & blue bars on the front center panel, centering pinwheels surmounted by stylized fleurs-de-lis & quarter-fans above a row of diamonds & vertical bars in the flanking front panels, and blue with finger-dabbed circles on the sides. | 25% as is/ 75% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a yellow pine trunk with characteristics of the Heartlands, possibly of Dalelands origin. / DC11 Painting: folk art style & symbolic mix that is a feature of Archendale's artisans. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/125/title-asc?t:state:flow=8ca8a54b-8857-4bb9-963d-b9a40bd57d7e


  • 53 | 500 | d8+d10 | 5 | a rich brown hexagonal topped table with raised molded edge, conforming lower platform connected by 6 turned spindles, and 3 cabriole legs terminating in snake feet. | 20% as is/ 60% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: Nashkel table makers made this mahogany table with built in swivel so the top may spin. / DC11 Bookbinding: a shelf table for storing & displaying books made popular by their use in Candlekeep. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/729/title-asc?t:state:flow=1b1296c3-15fc-438c-b904-7d28076564f1


  • 54 | 510 | d12+d20 | 3 | a black 6in diameter cylinder terminated at both ends by metal caps with flattened round knobs. Carved into the shiny black surface are 2 nude female figures squatting on stools with their legs spread and bent, perhaps in childbirth. Each holds flowers in both hands and between them stands another figure of a gravid female humanoid bereft of any other features. | 10% as is/ 33% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: Zelantar hardwood scroll tube with like wooded caps covered in gold leaf. / DC15 Knowledge Religion: the depictions of the gravid female and the flowers are symbols of fertility most closely associated with the Talfir people. | http://art.thewalters.org/detail/30332/cylinder-seal-with-a-nude-goddess/


  • 55 | 520 | 2d12 | 4 | a blue-green lift-top chest with 2 drawers, cavetto base molding, bracket feet, & painted decoration. Pinwheel flowers, red & white & blue vertical trim bars, pierced spade designs, serpentine vines, and gamecocks are painted on the front while downwards facing crescent moons are painted on the sides. | 10% as is/ 50% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: arkwrights of Battledale made this trunk of sturdy yellow pine & chestnut. / DC11 Painting: Archendale's influence of folk art paint style is mixed with Essembra's chosen symbology. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/128/title-asc?t:state:flow=a190813b-1f71-4948-b1f3-0a3c36b28376


  • 56 | 550 | 2d10 | 5 | a light brown wood elliptical table at least 5ft long & 4.5ft wide with 2 leaves, cyma recta & versa curved skirt, 6 cabriole legs, shell carved & pendant bellflower incised knees, and claw & ball feet. | 20% as is/ 60% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a black walnut & birch hardwood table of Everlund design. / DC11 Disable Device: the table folds down and the 2 extended legs swing in from the sides to make a compact table 1.5ft wide by 4.5ft long. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/540/title-asc?t:state:flow=27eef72a-8ee6-40a1-9600-7794c1ab29b5


  • 57 | 550 | 2d10 | 5 | a medium-sized gilded girandole looking glass with deeply coved molded frame ornamented with beads & rope carvings in concentric rings surmounted by an eagle, foliage, & bellflower swag and supported at the base with scrolls & foliage. The mirror has a slight frosting effect around the edges. | 20% as is/ 60% part known/ 100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: a Zhent framed mirror of gessoed & gilded deal hardwood. / DC11 Glasswork: an early attempt by Zhent gaffers at silvering glass using pure silver which causes the frosting effect and a less reflective surface than modern mirror craft. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/773/title-asc?t:state:flow=307358b1-9bc5-4d56-b6db-a6795c12e537


  • 58 | 550 | 2d10 | 5 | a 3ft high by 4ft wide rectangular wooden cabinet with overhanging molding, full-width top drawer, 2 flat-paneled doors with applied panel moldings, and corner stile feet. | 20% as is/40% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Woodcraft: black walnut & tulip poplar wood shaped by woodworkers of Hillsfar. / DC11 Lockcraft: a simple lock made in Zhentil Keep that secures both the lid & cabinet. Zhent locks had a poor reputation because of rumors that a Zhent master key opens them all. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: a court cupboard, offering facilities for both display and secure storage of valuable tablewares. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@7/793/title-asc?t:state:flow=5aa15ec7-6821-44ba-9ad8-ab7fcd45beaa


  • 59 | 600 | d10+d12 | 5 | a wooden barrel 1.5ft by 1.5ft with cloth tightly pulled over the top & bottom. The rims are striped red & black, rope secures the lids in a sawtooth pattern around the barrel, and the sides are richly painted with figures, devices, and lettering. A rope lanyard is attached for easier portage of the barrel. | 20% as is/40% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Perform: a snare drum meant as a side mounted instrument used to quickly relay orders to an entire troop in formation movements. Leather ears slide to tension the ropes for tuning the drumhead. / DC11 Woodcraft: an ash wood shell with brass tacks. Snares of gut lay against the bottom of the lower drumhead. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: the decorations include the painted device of the Durlaven Dynasty of Impiltur and circular battle honors of Sharaun's Folly, the Battle of Bloody Reeds, the Pony of Earthspur, the Demonhunt in Dunwood, and the Warswords of Lyrabar. This device may be regalia from a lost patrol of Impilturan soldiers during the refugee-caused chaos of the Tuigan Horde's invasion in Northeastern Faerun. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@27/14/title-asc?t:state:flow=797dd55c-8e10-40f5-810a-efb0ef327019


  • 60 | 600 | d10+d12 | 5 | a rectangular glossy wooden box 2.5ft by 0.5ft with striped inlay on the edges, 2 decorative "rose" holes of interlacing fretworks, alternating turnkey & post pins at each end, and 12 strings crossing the length. The inside of the box is hollow. | 20% as is/40% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known | DC11 Perform: the deivce is an instrument of some type but plucking or bowing the strings does not produce a pleasant enough noise to merit its construction. The device is obviously not designed to be comfortably held by any type of physical being. / DC11 Woodcraft: spruce, maple, ebony, & holly woods supplemented by ivory fittings went into the Berduskan craft of this device from the Sunset Vale's Asbravn. / DC15 Knowledge History: an Aeolian (Akadian) harp is the stringed instrument equilivant of a wind chime, placed in a window sill with the window open just enough to focus the breeze across the strings which vibrated sympathetically producing pitched sounds. Instruments of wind have been found or pioneered by the peoples of the Western Heartlands for centuries. | http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@27/3/title-asc?t:state:flow=e33913e9-8da2-4c6a-bf10-cd5d920a248e


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Fendrikor Posted - 14 Dec 2015 : 07:53:13
Wow. This is amazing, i wish someone would turn this into a Random treasure generator!

There is just so much here, its difficult to critisise. I tested the random variable / sp generator and it worked out fine. At first i wondered why you used SP, but now i get it.

I will post critisisms as i find them, but i expect i will be using this for a long time yet. Ill post feedback as i go.
SaMoCon Posted - 23 Sep 2015 : 07:22:25
I like what you did there, Bladewind, because how you used or allowed the players to use the items made them better than what was written in the table and it sounds like everybody (including you) had fun.

Anybody who wants the Excel xls file with the 1000 item table can have it if you send me a PM with your email. I will attach the file "ArtTable2" in a reply back to you. Included will be two additional worksheets with the inspirations/credits and a preview of the work so far towards 100 magical art objects on which I have no idea when I will actually get back to work.
Irennan Posted - 22 Sep 2015 : 22:33:04
Wow, just bookmarked the thread, I will definitely use those items in my game.

Thanks for sharing.
Bladewind Posted - 22 Sep 2015 : 22:26:13
The Songwheel really helped set the tune for an awesome duel between the dragonborn paladin of the Lord of the Northwind (Bahamut) and the hobgoblin longsword wielding boss. After the hobgoblins honorable demise the party were drawn to the Songwheels tune, quickly guiding them through a tree hollow to a nice cliffside view of the High Road and its grassy Sword Coast-line. The warlock shot the branch from which the wheel turned caught it. But its weight and bulk managed to dissuade him from carrying it along.

I adapted the red religious vestment worn by the goblin to one of Angharradhan design, with upturned triangles in the carnations ending in three interlocked circles (as the cintamani balls). One of the few items plundered from en elven tomb, as the goblin gully has been carving into a long lost en well hidden tomb of a moon elven clans' underground mausoleum. The party warlock loved it and wears it now.

The beer stein was used in the local tavern as the inn was brazenly entered by the fighter, and refilled by the tavern wench at his sign.

I say this table is worthy of Alaundo's attention (for easy reference).
Bladewind Posted - 22 Sep 2015 : 12:27:08
Love the concept! Thanks for clearing that up, SaMoCon.

The players will start to hear this Songwheels soothing tunes as soon as they near the Goblin Gully's exit, just before the lounge of the hobgoblin boss. It'll be hanging from the tree-hollow that marks the topside entrance to the gully, playing a soft meditative tune when winds rise.

I'll let you know how the players reacted later this day...
SaMoCon Posted - 22 Sep 2015 : 06:14:38
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Originally posted by Bladewind

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[quote]480 | 1000 | 2d4 | 20 | This large device is a disk of tightly wound reeds tied by brightly colored bindings in a pivoted wooden clam shell holder covering all but the topmost reed openings. The clamshell has colorfully painted patterns of geometric shapes | "DC13 Disable Device: When placed in wind the action of the air resonates through the reed and the disk spins to change the reeds, creating a tune. / DC13 Perform: Songwheels of the Serpent Hills made by the Gur based on devices found in ruins of the Serpent Hills" | 2% as is/40% part known/100% if known |


I cant get a clear picture of how this one works, but I'm planning on using it tomorrow as well, before the encounter, just to befuddle the players. Have you got a picture link for this Songwheel?

Yeah,... the Songwheel. I kinda' imagined that one so there is no basis for it in either the real world or the FR canon. What I have is entirely home-brew lore that explains the origins and the theoretical workings of this device.

CONCEPT: The songwheel is an advancement of the concept of wind chimes/whistles using environmental winds to both act as an activator for exposed reed openings and mechanical motion to turn the "disk of reeds" like how water turns a waterwheel. To prevent wind from blowing over reed openings other than the few the creator wants activated at one particular time, a case encloses most of the disk leaving a slot at the top (aperture) for the wind to interact with the revealed reed openings. The disk is suspended inside the case by a fixed axle which allows it to easily spin inside the case. The split at the top of the case gives the enclosure the outward similarity of a partially opened clam shell balanced on one end - the base. The base is attached to a stand of some kind by a pivot that allows the clam shell to freely rotate. This rotation is intended for wind currents to push the clam shell around to provide the least resistance by the case and align the aperture to use the wind to spin the disk and activate the exposed reeds. The clam shell has another purpose in its design by creating a resonating chamber that both conditions and amplifies the notes piped by the reeds. More elaborate songwheels have grooves and armatures inside the clam shell that are activated by the disks rotation to open and/or cover piping holes of reeds allowing each reed to play notes of different pitches depending upon the number of turns before it automatically resets on the final turn. Additionally, the device may have a trailing wind vane or wind sock attached to the the clam shell to properly orientate it into the wind instead of possibly angling itself directly opposite the wind flow.

ORIGIN: The early Najara empire was technologically advanced thanks to the ha-naga, Terpenzi, but had been destroyed by Ebenfar and many of its crafts were lost. The write-ups were so sparse on anything but for what was important on the D20 battlemats that I decided to give the scaled ones at least one unique item of culture from before their fall - a passive device that exemplified mechanical prowess, musical appreciation, sophistication of design, and a nod to the environmental considerations for the Najaran homelands bordering the Serpent Hills & High Moor upon the windswept plains of the Backlands. The destruction of Najara would also wipe out the original artisans that crafted these devices. Enter the only humans whom would be inquisitive enough to explore ruins in that region and try to replicate the non-magical and non-combat orientated artifacts they would encounter - the Gur. Gurri imitations would be sold or bartered to travelers on the Trade Way allowing some items to come to notice in Waterdeep, Baldur's Gate, Irieabor, Elturel, Candlekeep, and Neverwinter where craftsman of differing techniques and mediums could elaborate on the simpler Gurri designs. Or at least that is how I imagine these devices to have spawned in the Forgotten Realms. Again, this origin is made entirely out of whole cloth and is unsupported by any FR material.

I hope this helps.
Bladewind Posted - 21 Sep 2015 : 19:56:50
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448 | 850 | 2d4 | 17 | "a 12in beer stein with golden relief & figural fox handle that depicts huntsmen in the chase, winding horns, and with their dogs harrying a boar." | DC13 Claywork: ceramic body and pewter clad ceramic lid of Daleland design. | 4% as is/100% if known |

665 | 5500 | 2d10 | 50 | a crescent of red cloth with hood and orphreys of golden thread embroidery. Its ogival carnation design has sprays of stems each bearing a trio of cintamani balls. A central patch depicts a male & female dwarf under a radiant symbol of two interlocking rings. | DC16 Knowledge Religion: a Berronar Truesilver priest's cope. / DC20 Weaving: gold thread & maiden's hair earthsilk of dwarven style. | 1% as is/50% part known/100% if known |


Dropping the beermug and red poncho at the end of an encounter tomorrow, both in use by the hobgoblin boss.

quote:
480 | 1000 | 2d4 | 20 | This large device is a disk of tightly wound reeds tied by brightly colored bindings in a pivoted wooden clam shell holder covering all but the topmost reed openings. The clamshell has colorfully painted patterns of geometric shapes | "DC13 Disable Device: When placed in wind the action of the air resonates through the reed and the disk spins to change the reeds, creating a tune. / DC13 Perform: Songwheels of the Serpent Hills made by the Gur based on devices found in ruins of the Serpent Hills" | 2% as is/40% part known/100% if known |


I cant get a clear picture of how this one works, but I'm planning on using it tomorrow as well, before the encounter, just to befuddle the players. Have you got a picture link for this Songwheel?
SaMoCon Posted - 19 Sep 2015 : 05:19:58
Okay, now I'm just going to pathetically whine. Two weeks ago I posted up 1000 random art objects with values ranging from a handful of copper coins up to tens of thousands of platinum coins. Since that time the post view count jumped by over 1700 views. George & Rymac responded sincerely with their opinions of the work; as had Fendrikor, Bladewind, BEAST, and Wooly done prior with my earlier inferior postings on this topic. While I do appreciate the kudos and encouragement, I am really looking for criticism and deliberate nitpicking of the items in this list.

I want this list to be a finished product and to submit it to Candlekeep proper for inclusion in its hosted lore with a webpage and download for the excel file & pdf document. Though that is my ambition I do not feel right about submitting something that only I have worked on and for which I have only my perspective to judge its merits. I need an outside perspective to see the faults that I cannot see. The people whom use this board come from across the world and bring many differing views on what is or is not good content (I've had enough arguments with other sages to convince me of this point) and I know that when someone says something on this board it is a statement of personal conviction and not just whim.

Do the average values for the things strike you as "right" or, if they do not, should the values be changed to a different number higher or lower? Does something strike you as being not X in value because of Y? Do I need to add Z to the object to achieve that X value? I'm not asking anyone to tackle the entire list (it took me months to rewrite/create the entire list) but there might be a few items that caught your eye where you said to yourself "I could do better than that!" My feelings won't be hurt by anyone telling me what I did wrong, why it is wrong, and how I can make it right.
SaMoCon Posted - 04 Sep 2015 : 06:20:18
I originally put this list together in an excel spreadsheet but I don't have it uploaded anywhere where it can be downloaded. The only thing I can recommend is the tedious process of cutting and pasting the posts into a text program, replacing the | symbols with a semicolon or tab and then importing the result into your own spreadsheet as either a CSV or tab delimited file.

The following is a shout out to all websites that I have heavily relied upon or may not have had their proper plug in the list. If you are ever stuck in coming up with an art object of your own, give these sites a try:
http://www.topstonecoltd.com/ stone works
http://carvedstonecreations.com/ stone works
http://www.greekshops.com/index.aspx ecclectic
http://www.galeriefledermaus.com/portfolio/objects/ art objects
http://www.campaignfurniture.com furniture
http://www.candlekeep.com/library/articles/magicdb.htm magic items
http://daniel-s-crowns.blogspot.com/ crowns
http://medievalwalltapestry.com/index.html tapestries
http://www.larsdatter.com/pomanders.htm pomanders
http://www.anteeka.com/ tribal jewelry
http://www.medievaljeweler.com/index.html jewelry
http://www.inezstodel.com/ period jewelry
https://www.bridgemanimages.com/en-US/explore/news/new-collections/ museum
http://www.wulflund.com/en viking reproductions
http://www.michaelbackmanltd.com/Catalogue.html art objects
http://twistedsifter.com/2014/06/acid-etched-metal-art-from-the-renaissance/ metal art
http://www.romanovrussia.com/ jewelry
http://baidun.com/ antiquities
http://www.jewelryexpert.com/catalog/Gentlemans-Jewelry-Gallery.htm men's rings
http://newagetogo.com/ arcane objects
http://www.busaccagallery.com/index.php antiquities
http://www.maskworld.com/english/products/masks/--/leather-masks--140/holly-king-circlet--107425 costumes
http://kingstears.tripod.com/art/art-paintings.htm art objects
http://www.rubylane.com/ antiquities
http://www.bigbeadlittlebead.com/guides_and_information/jewellery_chain_glossary.php necklaces
http://www.realmshelps.net/stores/specialitems.shtml FR items
Rymac Posted - 04 Sep 2015 : 06:10:59
That is fantastic. Is this downloadable in one format or another?
George Krashos Posted - 04 Sep 2015 : 05:13:44
I can't believe that I've just come across this. Astoundingly good. If I was DM-ing an FR campaign I would use this stuff in a heartbeat. Just fantastic.

-- George Krashos
SaMoCon Posted - 04 Sep 2015 : 05:02:12
995 | 720000 | 2d8 | 8000 | "a 2"" long transparent, colorless, teardrop-shaped stone with a smooth surface." | "DC16 Jeweler: King's Tear jewel. / DC20 Spot: a faint flash of color draws your attention to a moving image suspended within the crystal of a kingly figuring hacking at some unseen enemies when a dragon dives at him from behind. A dazzling silver clad warrior intercedes and the warrior & dragon gravely wound each other as the king turn to the commotion behind him. Then the scene repeats. / DC26 Knowledge Religion: Battle of the Gods in -1071 DR, Marduk killed Tiamat while she was attacking Gilgeam, but Marduk sacrificed himself in the act." | 1% as is/10% part known/20% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Kings%27_tears

996 | 770000 | 2d6 | 11000 | "a chalky gray metal headband with brassy filigree and set with six large, tourmaline brown stones flanking a fist-sized, trillion, transparent blue stone" | "DC25 Knowledge History: Royal Crown of Sarphil lost during the Dark Court Slaughter -4400 DR. / DC16 Jeweler: dwarf craft platinum, gold, diamonds, and a sapphire." | 1% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://phasai.deviantart.com/art/Sarphil-178233972

997 | 810000 | 2d8 | 9000 | "an octagonal crown constructed from eight hinged plates. The front plate is surmounted with a single arch linking it to the rear plate. Gem stones of blue, red, orange, milky green, and smaller clear crystals are symmetrically studded throughout the crown." | "DC12 Knowledge Nobility: the designs and symbols show are of Tethyr's Lion's Dynasty. / DC16 Jeweler: beljuril, ruby, jacinth, royal crown, amaratha, and small diamond jewel stones in gold chased mithral metal. / DC17 Knowledge History: the royal regalia like this queen's crown was looted during the Tethyrian Interregnum of 1347 DR." | 1% as is/40% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Tethyrian_Interregnum

998 | 990000 | 2d8 | 11000 | "a white metal book with a depiction of the world with the mysteries of the planes beyond the sky. A philosopher has crawled partway through the curtain of the horizon and is between the world and the planes. The stars, heavenly bodies, waters, and artifacts of the illustration are highlighted with gemstones of black, red, and blue. Opening the book reveals pages filled with hieroglyphs." | "DC16 Knowledge Planes: the supernal Hieroglyphs read easily describing four extraplanar entities from Feywild, Shadowfell, Abyss & Far Realm and revealing their true names. / DC16 Jeweler: platinum binding with silver sheet pages and precious stones - blue euclase, black horn coral, red spinel." | 1% as is/5% part known/100% if known | http://fineartamerica.com/featured/astrology-16th-century-granger.html

999 | 1000000 | 2d4 | 20000 | "A small black metal pipe whistle about 1/2 in. in diameter, 2 in. long. Molded into the surface across the length of the pipe are finely detailed faces of men and women which change expression, opening and closing eyes as you watch." | DC16 Metalcraft: non-magical star metal. / DC25 Knowledge Religion: a Chosen of Mystra is summoned when used. This object is only carried by powerful wizards/priests in Mystra's favor | 1% as is/5% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Chosen_of_Mystra

1000 | 2100000 | 2d6 | 30000 | "a small octagonal golden box with intricate metal designs on each side and the lid has more patterns surrounding an elaborately inlaid blooming rose. A total of 320 cabochon stones of red, blue, green, and orange are set as a border to the lid & each facing." | "DC16 Metalcraft: gold metal using three techniques (engraving, embossing, & wire filigree) practiced only by the dwarves of the Great Rift. / DC16 Jeweler: ruby & sapphire jewels and tourmaline & jade fancy stones in gold." | 1% as is/20% part known/100% if known | http://arts.cultural-china.com/en/41Arts1707.html
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899 | 60000 | 2d4 | 1200 | "a 2"" wide, v-shaped necklace studded with dozens of clear gemstones and with a center-piece with a 1"" blue stone surrounded by small silvery-white beads. The centerpiece has a matching pendant and a medallion on a hanging hook" | "DC16 Jeweler: Laeral's Tears, silver pearls & blue tourmaline fancy stones in silver. / DC20 Knowledge Local: Sultan Mond el Vitendi of Teshburl gave these necklaces to his senior officers when he became Calimshan's Fleet Admiral." | 5% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://www.21ever.com/img/p/4/2/8/428-thickbox_default.jpg

900 | 60000 | 2d4 | 1200 | "a golden belt buckle, inlaid with black stones in a geometric pattern forming a disturbing shape squared by four opaque off-white cabochon stones, and attached to a belt of greenish purple scales that will fit small to medium sized humanoids." | DC16 Leathercraft: scale hide from a magical beast. / DC16 Jeweler: jet & pearl fancy stones in brass metal. / DC17 Knowledge Arcana: the pattern forms the face of a banelar naga. | 1% as is/20% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known |

901 | 60000 | 2d4 | 1200 | "a green leather seat with many long straps, thongs, buckles, and bits. Embossed into the leather are pierced triangles dyed white with a gold horizontal bar." | "DC16 Ride: reins, solid-treed saddle, & stirrups of great quality at half the weight and provides a + 2 circumstance bonus to Ride checks when used with horses. / DC20 Leathercraft: a riding kit fashioned from descaled noble lamia hide. / DC25 Knowledge Nobility: the riding kit belonged to Garret Sellers, a knight errant from Tethyr." | 1% as is/60% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known |

902 | 60000 | 2d4 | 1200 | "a hammered golden seal bearing a showy crest of orbs under a sunburst surrounding a castle. A large, chalky-white crystal provides a grip point for the otherwise smooth handle." | "DC16 Jeweler: unpolished diamond jewel in electrum metal. / DC22 Knowledge Nobility: the Valjevo family crest of the Moonseas's city-state, Phlan. / DC27 Knowledge History: this is the stamp used to sign the ""Treaty of the Ride"" ending the Phlan-Zhentilar war in 906 DR. The rulers of Phlan, having lost the war, retired that mark afterwards & it was lost in one of the later disasters that destroyed the city." | 1% as is/40% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Phlan

903 | 60000 | 2d4 | 1200 | "a heavy golden chain made up of rings which fit together closely, making a chain with an appearance of a flexible tube. Each link has a marking engraved into the surface." | "Thorass + Alzhedo: a mismatch of colors, cardinal directions, and numbers that do not make sense without context. / DC16 Jeweler: gold metal snake chain necklace of calishite craftsmanship. / DC30 Knowledge Local: this necklace is a pass to certain reserved sections of The Fine Gold Chain, a popular adventurers' club in Calimshan's Memnon." | 2% as is/10% part known/40% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/The_Fine_Gold_Chain

904 | 60000 | 2d4 | 1200 | a medallion enameled with a full-face silver shield held aloft by two white wings on a dun background. The medallion is attached to a figaro chain bracelet of three strands. | "DC15 Knowledge Nobility: the marking is Shield Duke Bardran Thulmaer's icon for the Griffon Knights, the personal guard securing Alamontyr in the Border Kingdoms. / DC16 Jeweler: platinum metal figaro bracelet." | 2% as is/80% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Griffon_Knights

905 | 60000 | 2d4 | 1200 | "a stained, ragged, 8ft long, red cloth banner embroidered with three black boars and trimmed with cloth-of-gold." | DC20 Knowledge Nobility: the banner of Triboar's Lord Protector whose forces fought several times against the horde. / DC29 Knowledge History: this war banner was lost to orcs when its bearer was cut down fighting the Black Horde in 1235 DR. | 1% as is/20% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Triboar

906 | 60000 | 2d4 | 1200 | "a thick ring with a shallow, conical bezel. The entire surface of the whole ring is festooned with small, clear gemstones." | DC16 Jeweler: diamond jewels in gold. | 5% as is/100% if known | http://www.midwestjewelry.com/mens-diamond-ring-8ct-10k-white-gold-big-look-pinky-ring-round-top-large-diamond

907 | 60000 | 2d4 | 1200 | "a triangular stringed instrument with a clear base, a straight-spindle arm, and a wave shaped neck holding strings crossing the gap to the arm. The entire harp is decorated in festive blue and gold with blooming flowers of orange & red painted into the large flat surfaces of the base. White beading decorates the plates on either side of the base as well as the foot of the floor stand." | DC13 Woodcraft: Red spruce soundboard & frame inlaid with mother of pearl flourishes & pearl embellishments. / DC11 Perform: a Full Harp. | 1% as is/10% part known/100% if known | http://www.douglas-fisher.com/thumbs/800x5001452_main_WEB/1452 + main + WEB.png

908 | 60000 | 2d4 | 1200 | a white metal sun-burst cloak clasp inlaid with a round cut jet black gem | DC16 Jeweler: black sapphire jewel in platinum setting. / DC20 Knowledge Nobility: Netherese crest of the Tanthul family from before the fall | 1% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://images.shophq.com/is/image/ShopHQ/144-677?DefaultImage=1&$472x472_jpg$

909 | 60200 | 2d6 | 860 | "A slim armband of blue metal set with translucent cabochon blue stones highlighted by white, six-point stars." | "Thorass: a name, ""Siggut Hammerfall."" / DC16 Jeweler: star sapphire gem stones in electrum metal ring sized for a large humanoid, could be an armband for a strong medium humanoid. / DC27 Knowledge History: Siggut Hammerfall was a cyclops that made evil magic items for bandits, orcs, goblinoids, outlaw arcanists, and giants until he was squashed by Kluath in the 10th century DR." | 1% as is/5% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known |

910 | 63000 | 2d8 | 700 | "a large silver sheet mosaic-like array of birds, fish, and abstract decoration that whir together into a phantasmagorical array of art containing the fossilized imprints of many historic species. Great care that was put into the grooves and ridges of each shape so that no two fish or birds are exactly alike." | DC20 Metalcraft: the carving style is late Netherese but the subject places the origin in the Emirate of Torsil DR -300 to -200. | 20% as is/100% if known |

911 | 65000 | 2d12 | 500 | "a large triangular box of two cabinets, with relief carvings of merchants haggling over various goods, is held off the ground by four Sheraton shaped legs, one cabinet hset of 60 white and black pull-stops, the other compartment has stretched strings and a mirror inset in the lid to allow the operator to see behind himself" | DC11 Perform: a Spinet Harpsichord | 20% as is/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spinet

912 | 65000 | 2d12 | 500 | a metal figurine of a skirted woman holding a bucket in two out-stretched hands over her head. The bell of the dress is entirely hollow and the bucket is on a swivel between the hands. | "DC16 Metalcraft: silver smithed bridal cup, meant to allow the bride & groom to drink from the same vessel simultaneously. / DC27 Knowledge History: this vessel was part of the wedding ceremony for Tyndal & Eleesa, daughter of the Duke of Calandor, in 945 DR." | 2% as is/20% part known/100% if known | http://www.german-toasting-glasses.com/german_wedding_cups.html

913 | 70000 | 2d6 | 1000 | "13 thin strips of differing metals, each etched with a cryptic mark." | "DC20 Metalcraft: dwarven crafted copper, bronze, silver, electrum, gold, platinum, mithral, adamantine, dlarun, brass, hizagkuur, pewter, & arandur metal rings. / DC24 Knowledge History: a nameless gynosphinx used to drag captured humans to the ruins of Dashadjen and give them this puzzle to decide their fates. / DC30 Disable Device: the rings form a puzzle ring with the marks lining up to form letters. The Draconic lettering spells ""Nefellic,"" presumably a name." | 1% as is/40% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Gynosphinx

914 | 70000 | 2d6 | 1000 | "a 4"" transparent pink gem stone with gouges carved into all of its surfaces." | "Draconic + Auld Wyrmish: ""Sardior always seeks knowledge, for the more you know, the better off you will be."" / DC16 Knowledge Religion: motto of Sardior, Master of the Gem dragons and deity of the Night, Psionics, & secrets. This stone is an altar of sorts. / DC16 Jeweler: a lesser ruby gem stone." | 1% as is/20% part known/40% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Sardior

915 | 70000 | 2d6 | 1000 | "a book with painted wooden covers fastened closed by a golden chain and stitched leather binding holding the collection of paper pages together. Painted onto the covers are fields of light emanating from a pair of tied hands, a plain gauntlet, an eyed gauntlet, and a scale on a hammer. If opened, there are pages and pages of writing but with inked sketches of objects and apparati" | "Dethek + Damaran: ""Relics of the Righteous by the Sage of the Just Gods,"" a reading details the rituals and enchantments used to create many magical objects of the holy orders including the sword Dornavver. / DC17 Knowledge Religion: the rituals involved are mostly beyond the scope of any but the largest temples and churches, but the sage mentioned is surely the 13th century sage Thontoros the Learned who studied the clergy, relics, and deeds of Helm's, Ilmater's, Torm's, and Tyr's faithful." | 1% as is/10% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Relics_of_the_Righteous

916 | 70000 | 2d6 | 1000 | "a golden brooch, inlaid with a black cameo of a rampant dragon on the left side and a white cameo of the same dragon on the right" | DC16 Jeweler: opal and black opal gem stones with the carvings of each side inlaid in the other. | 10% as is/100% if known |

917 | 70000 | 2d6 | 1000 | a small suit of green metal plate armor designed with fish scale motifs & wave designs on the guard plates. The helmet has a distinctly shark-like profile with a backswept fin. | "DC20 Armorcraft: full plate armor made of living metal & sized for a male halfling 3ft 4"" tall." | 20% as is/100% if known |

918 | 70000 | 2d6 | 1000 | a white metal band with an oval cluster of brilliant yellow crystals surrounded by a field of cobalt blue stones cut in a radial sunburst pattern. | DC16 Jeweler: topaz precious stone and lapis lazuli ornamental stones in platinum metal. | 1% as is/100% if known |

919 | 70000 | 2d6 | 1000 | "an ochre-colored, large stone statue of a human-faced serpent cowering away from a muscle-bound netherese man hollering in rage. The smooth finish and fine details make this statue almost life-like in its depiction of what seems to be the defeat of a mortal enemy." | "DC16 Stonecraft: ""Terpenzi's Rout"" is the name of this marble sculpture made by an unknown Talfir artisan during the hayday of Ebenfar. It had been found in Green Fields by soldiers of the Shoon Empire but was lost again when the Imperium ended. / DC30 Knowledge History: the scene is a historical event of one of many mercenary Netherese wizards attacking the sanctum of Najara and driving King Terpenzi from his source of power, precipitating the fall of Najara to Ebenfar in 90 DR." | 1% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/90_DR

920 | 72000 | 2d8 | 800 | "a long, ornately carved scepter of ivory with elaborate scrollwork within scrollwork giving an illusion of layers of carved material over each other instead of the single piece of bone. The head of the scepter has the carved likeness of a bearded dwarf on each of four sides wearing a single elaborate crown which wraps around all four facings and their beards curling to mingle into the shaft" | "DC16 Stonecraft: the scrollwork is Ammarindaran but the ivory is dragon bone. / DC20 Knowledge History: the faces are dwarven kings of Ammarindar - Ammar I, Ammar II, Azkuldar I, and Sigurd. If both DCs are made: this dragon horn is from Fersosstylaxzar, the white worm that slew Azkuldar I and was in turn slain by Sigurd in single combat in -3372 DR." | 1% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://phasai.deviantart.com/art/Ammarindar-Adamantine-Kingdom-145996047

921 | 75000 | 2d4 | 1500 | "a 4ft metal-accented, wooden stand with galleried top, paneled slant lid centered by a patinated medallion of Cupid, spiral tapered supports, medial shelf, plinth base, arched legs. Yellow metal plates inset into the shelves show various races arguing, bartering, and conversing over a manner of cargoes being unloaded from ships and packed off wagons." | DC16 Woodcraft: duskwood portfolio desk stand of gnomish workmanship. / DC16 Metalcraft: gold leaf on bronze mountings with Cormyran designs. | 1% as is/60% part known/100% if known |

922 | 75000 | 2d4 | 1500 | a mottled black & brown chunk of misshapen metal the size of a gnome's fist. | DC16 Metalcraft: a hunk of star metal hard stone. | 1% as is/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Star_metal

923 | 75000 | 2d4 | 1500 | "a pair of silvery eternity rings inlaid with tiny gems filled with rainbow colors that flow like liquid, slowly swirling iridescently, when exposed to sunlight" | DC16 Jeweler: rogue stone jewels in platinum. | as is 10% ea or 30% set/if known 40% ea or 100% set | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Rogue_stone

924 | 75000 | 2d4 | 1500 | "a wide, double-edged, parallel bladed weapon of dull gray metal with a spatulate tip, this sword has a double-lobed pommel that stylistically matches the minimal cross guard. The lobes, the guard, and both side of the blade have flat areas which appear to be meant for embellishments, engravings, or inlays." | "DC13 Weaponcraft: an akinakes type of masterwork short sword crafted by dwarves of the Vast. / DC25 Metalcraft: a steel alloy of lost manufacture, blood-metal which is also known as orcslayer. / DC30 Knowledge History: weapons like these were forged by Master Smith Fyrfar Smokebeard and were used to wipe out the orcs of the Vast in the early 7th century to create the kingdom of Roldilar." | 1% as is/4% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Orcslayer

925 | 80000 | 2d4 | 1600 | a gray metal torque sculpted into wreath leaves extending up from the torque ring | "DC16 Metalcraft: platinum craft of elven design but human make. / DC35 Knowledge History: the crown, made with the skills and resources of the 3 main races, was worn by the last archdruid to counsel the kingdom of Phalorm." | 2% as is/20% part known/100% if known | https://pippatreevintage.files.wordpress.com/2014/09/231-2l.jpg

926 | 80000 | 2d4 | 1600 | "a shiny metal 6"" pendant of spherical form on a domed foot with filigree exterior openwork depicting dense foliage and flowers. The size of the pendant is meant for a large person on a necklace or a medium to small humanoid on a girdle." | "DC16 Metalcraft: platinum metal of Great Rift dwarven craft. / DC20 Healing: a pomander. / DC25 Disable Device: the top turns to release each section of six compartments to reveal the interior engraved with hatched floral motifs, each segment numbered and with slide-off cover." | 2% as is/50% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known | http://www.wartski.com/Pomander.htm

927 | 80000 | 2d4 | 1600 | an 8ft long blanket of overlapping metal strips is decorated with enameled crimson fields dotted by golden lozenges. The shape and cuts of the blanket suggest an other-than-humanoid fit. | "DC13 Armorcraft: functional ceremonial banded barding with silver & gold leaf. / DC29 Knowledge Nobility: symbol of Hammerfels, a noble family of Silverymoon whose last male heir died in the Battle of Many Arrows at Felbarr DR 1104." | 20% as is/80% part known/100% if known | http://warfarehistorynetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/Cataphracts-Barding.jpg

928 | 85000 | 2d4 | 1700 | "a brassy bracelet with floral engravings, batwing edging, and 12 light green stones along the channel" | DC16 Jeweler: peridot precious stones in elven smithed gold metal. | 10% as is/gems 6% ea/100% if known |

929 | 85000 | 2d4 | 1700 | a silvery metal necklace with four deep blue stones and a brilliant cut white stone | DC16 Jeweler: sapphire and diamond jewels in platinum metal. | 40% as is/if known 100% |

930 | 86800 | 2d6 | 1240 | "a 5"" golden metal sphere cut with a relief design of humanoid women flying on gossamer insect wings amid clouds, holding up a cartouche which is polished to a mirror finish on the sphere." | DC15 Knowledge the Planes: the depicted creatures are lesser Bralani commonly summoned by conjurors. Sylphs are fascinated by objects like this one and Diplomacy skill checks against these faeries receive a + 2 circumstance bonus. / DC16 Metalcraft: gold metal smithed and carved in Amnian style. | 5% as is/50% part known/100% if known |

931 | 90000 | 2d8 | 1000 | "A 2-foot rod of bronze inlaid with silver circles and violet garnets (worth 500 gp each), topped with a huge, deep blue spinel (worth 900 gp). The other end of the scepter is a gold knob" | "DC16 Handle Animal: the extraordinary craftsmanship of the carriage provides a + 2 circumstance bonus to Handle Animal checks and allows passengers to fully rest when the carriage is in normal motion. / DC20 Woodcraft: a finely made carriage with elaborate carvings of human style in exotic Weirwood lumber. / DC27 Knowledge History: this was the abandoned, land-bound carriage of the extravagantly wealthy moon elf, Lady Alauthshaee who brought Chondathan humans to the Gray Forest to make the carriage in the 9th century DR." | 5% as is/20% part known/70% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Alauthshaee

932 | 90000 | 2d8 | 1000 | "a black fur, floor-length cloak with reinforced cinch holes to secure the cloak at the neck and more along the front to secure the front closed at the shoulders and chest." | DC13 Leathercraft: sable fur. | 1% as is/100% if known |

933 | 92000 | 2d4 | 1840 | "a large triangular box with carved & painted reliefs of musicians playing for a royal audience. It is held off the ground by four chippendale shaped legs. One cabinet with a set of 60 white and black levers, the other compartment has stretched strings with more paintings inside the compartment and on the lid of common folk crowding the inside (outside) to listen and fantastic beasts lulled to pacificity." | "DC15 Perform: a harpsichord that had been played by a travelling musicians' troop in several kingdom during the 13th century DR. / DC13 Painting: ""Academia Vilhonus orchestra"" by Law Dresfer, a work in the Sulduskoon reform style." | 20% as is/100% if known |

934 | 93000 | 2d6 | 1350 | "a golden metal rod that is hooked at one end & capped at the other with a 6"" square-faceted rich black gem stone that has white highlights." | "DC16 Animal Handling: an iron beast goad or ankus, use of which adds a + 2 circumstance bonus to animal handling or ride checks of large or larger animals & magical beasts. / DC16 Jeweler: jargoon fancy stone in gold-plated metal." | 1% as is/50% part known/100% if known |

935 | 100000 | 2d4 | 2000 | "a brassy, spiked half-crown with a cloister of black cabochon stones in a rough, central oval." | "DC14 Knowledge Nobility: Princess Shaerglynda's tiara of Tethyr's Lion's Dynasty. She was killed in Waterdeep in 1288 DR. Her killer escaped with her tiara, rings, and necklace. / DC16 Metalcraft: coppery-electrum metal with internal fullers of Tethyrian craftsmanship to reduce weight. / DC16 Jeweler: Horn Coral & Black Pearl precious stones in an electrum metal tiara." | 1% as is/20% part known/40% mostly known/100% if known |

936 | 100000 | 2d4 | 2000 | a long sleeved shirt of glossy black material with the bottom hem terminating at just above the knees of a medium sized humanoid. The cloth is soft & sleek to the touch but surprisingly thick. | "DC11 Weaving: almost like horse hair woven well enough to function like winter clothing but would be stifling in summer or high heat. / DC16 Armorcraft: functions like hide armor without the armor check penalties to skills or dex limit to AC. / DC18 Knowledge the Planes: made from the manes of Nightmares that were, somehow, extinguished & preserved." | 1% as is/2% part known/10% mostly known/100% if known |

937 | 100000 | 2d4 | 2000 | "a nearly 5"" star-shaped, coppery medallion with a hammered texture set with a 1"" translucent green gem at its center and smaller green gems at each star point." | DC16 Metalcraft: the wrought gold is fine work of cloud giant manufactured jewelry. / DC16 Jeweler: emerald gem stones in gold metal. / DC30 Knowledge History: a Blood Rider trophy from slaying it's giant owner sometime during the 8th century and used to recruit more members on the Savage Frontier. | 1% as is/30% part known/70% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Blood_Riders

938 | 100000 | 2d4 | 2000 | "a set of four matching gray metal chains, each slightly smaller than the last, intended to be worn simultaneously as a metal belt or sash" | DC16 Jeweler: platinum | as is ea 1% or set 5%/part known ea 10% or set 50%/if known ea 20% or set 100% | "http://lina-therese.loveitsomuch.com/stores/silver-chain-belt-for-11-1-2-inch-dolls,57064.html"

939 | 100000 | 2d4 | 2000 | "a small apparatus of metal struts, tubes, and glass discs. Adjusting knobs loosen and tighten the struts to deploy and collapse the device. A colorful glaze decorates the struts and tubes with pink fields inside of white dovetailed borders decorated by green mullets." | DC14 Knowledge Engineering: These are looking glasses which grant a + 1 circumstance bonus to Search checks. | 1% as is/100% if known | http://www.kovels.com/price-guide/technology-price-guide/opera-glasses.html?/mother-of-pearl/jeweled-brass-frame-marked-le-fils-paris-2-x-4-12-x-2-in-illustrated=&eid=682816

940 | 100000 | 2d4 | 2000 | "a thick, vivid green hooded cloak lined with black fur" | DC11 Weaving: felt cloth designed for durable all-weather wear in this traveling cloak. / DC13 Survival: the cloak is winter wear that may be worn in spring & autumn with the hood down & the front open. / DC13 Leathercraft: sable fur. | 1% as is/10% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known |

941 | 100000 | 2d4 | 2000 | "a white metal ring set with a ruddy, cracked gem stone. Letters are carved into the inverse of the ring." | "Dethek + Galenan: ""Nilythra II Namarforge, Rightful Wielder of Gorathmund, Paladin Queen of Sarphil."" / DC14 Knowledge Nobility: Nilythra was the last of the Namarforge dynasty and died at the Battle of the Bones in 1090 DR. She and the relic, Gorathmund, were believed buried in a mass grave. / DC16 Jeweler: damaged ruby gem stone in dwarf-forged platinum ring." | 1% as is/10% part known/20% mostly known/100% if known | http://phasai.deviantart.com/art/Sarphil-178233972

942 | 100000 | 2d4 | 2000 | a yellow metal chain harness attached to three discs in a plate to cover the upper chest/collarbone area of a man-sized humanoid. Honey yellow cabochon stones line the creases between the discs. | DC16 Armorcraft: an ornamental pectoral or disc armor + 3 AC protection made of alchemical gold. / DC16 Jeweler: Orblen gem stones in gold. | 2% as is/20% part known/100% if known | http://www.darkknightarmoury.com/p-13642-tri-disc-armor-and-belt.aspx

943 | 100000 | 2d4 | 2000 | an ornately carved amphora of dazzling black stone with rainbow colored bands and bangles. Small etchings show a panoply of animals in various states of repose between the more vivid colors of the base material. | DC13 Stonecraft: rainbow obsidian semi-precious stone crafted by dwarves. / DC19 Knowledge Nobility: this amphora was displayed as a prized artifact of Zhentil Keep until the turmoil of the Three Princes caused its disappearance in 1260 DR. / DC30 Knowledge History: this amphora was used for trade negotiations between Orlephar Flostren and the Iron House dwarves of Tethyamar starting in 747 DR. | 1% as is/10% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/747_DR

944 | 100000 | 2d4 | 2000 | The label of this amber glass bottle is a painted scene showing a building on a mountain under the night sky. The colorless liquid is a sweet wine with earthy undertone and a heady flavor | "DC16 Knowledge Arcana: The liquid glows slightly when exposed to moonlight and takes on a drier flavor. / DC21 Profession Winemaker: Bottled in the Abbey of the Moon, a house of worship to Selune during the time of Netheril and destroyed by fire long ago." | 1% as is/4% part known/100% if known |

945 | 105000 | 2d6 | 1500 | a 20ft tall tower of green metal poles topped by 48 black bells and a 5ft drum at the base. The entire structure is massive but every piece is etched with elaborate scrollwork and relief engraved so that the designs or figures appear to project above the surface. | "DC16 Metalcraft: carved, not molded or forged, silver makes the bells with bronze forming the rest of the machining. / DC17 Knowledge History: ""Ten Bells"" is a misnomer for Deek ""Ten Dales"" who was a ne'er-do-well who was wanted by debt collectors in ten Dalelands. This monstrosity is the result of his loans and his legacy after he died in a Sembian debtors' prison in 1323 DR. / DC20 Disable Device: a medium sized humanoid walks in the drum to turn it, movable pegs on the outside of the drum activate levers to strike specific bells. The entire machine can be disassembled & stored the drum. / DC20 Perform: an immense, unique instrument known as Ten Bells' Carillon." | 4% as is/10% part known/40% half know/80% mostly known/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carillon

946 | 110000 | 2d10 | 1000 | a broad golden headband fitted by blue stones with 7 raised corona points of wire topped with 7 brilliant blue gems. | DC16 Jeweler: Sapphire gem stones & ziose fancy stones in gold crafted by human hands. / DC25 Knowledge History: the lost crown of Athalantar missing during an orc sacking of the kingdom in the Year of Cantobele Stalking 342 DR. | 1% as is/70% part known/100% if known | http://image0-rubylane.s3.amazonaws.com/shops/arnoldjewelers/KAx20Sapphirex20Crownx20Brooch.1L.jpg

947 | 110000 | 2d10 | 1000 | "a golden orb surmounted by a disc and studded with small gemstones of white, blue, black, and red. " | "DC16 Jeweler: ravenar, moonbar, orl, and sapphire gem stones in gold. / DC20 Knowledge Nobility: a globus cruciger used by Western barons as a status symbol of rightful rule prior to the Heralds, now out of fashion. This one belonged to Baron Faneuil Hardisty prior to his crowning as king of Tethyr." | 1% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Faneuil_Hardisty

948 | 115500 | 2d10 | 1050 | "a cream-colored bag with a flap that secures the bag closed by a pair of cords. Subtle, dun-colored embroidery of mountain peaks poking through clouds is stitched into the bag." | "DC13 Weaving: fine hair tightly woven by halfling techniques to make a durable, large belt pouch. / DC22 Knowledge Arcana: made from the mane of an androsphinx." | 2% as is/20% part known/100% if known |

949 | 115500 | 2d10 | 1050 | "a gilded wooden case, molded to cushion a yellow metal cylinder on a cushion of faded purple velvet. The cylinder has remnants of a leather grip at one end and the other is shaped in an intricate design but stained black." | "DC16 Metalcraft: a stamper made of gold and gold leaf covering the box. / DC25 Knowledge Nobility: this stamper is the symbol of the Dath Dynasty, rulers of ancient Jhaamdath." | 2% as is/20% part known/100% if known |

950 | 120000 | 2d4 | 2400 | a golden staff finial nearly 1ft high shaped as a striking cobra with large black stones set into its eye sockets. Red enamel colors the gaping mouth and black enamel fills the grooves and valleys of the scale details | "DC16 Jeweler: chardalyn jewels in gold. / DC25 Knowledge Religion: symbol of Phelriss, an anathema yuan-ti aspiring to godhood in the Nagaflow of Sespech" | 5% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Nagaflow

951 | 120000 | 2d4 | 2400 | a pair of white metal earrings with large brownish-black cabochon stones with six-pointed starbursts. | DC16 Jeweler: black star sapphire in electrum | 1% as is/100% if known |

952 | 120000 | 2d4 | 2400 | a set of 10 metal buttons clasping mauve colored oval stones with a scraggly six pointed white burst radiating from their centers | DC16 Jeweler: star ruby jewels in gold | as is 1% ea or 20% set/if known 9% ea or 100% set |

953 | 120000 | 2d4 | 2400 | "a suit of dark blue plate armor, engraved with a gilded sun breaking a silvered parapet and lined with soft leather" | "DC13 Armorcraft: ceremonial plate with precious metals. / DC25 Knowledge Nobility: heraldry of the Suntowers, a loyal noble family snuffed in Impilitur's Gloomfens defeat DR 512." | 12% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://forum.candlekeep.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=11571

954 | 120000 | 2d4 | 2400 | "four chests of black & white wood carved & fitted into shapes of one element to each chest: air, earth, fire & water" | DC16 Woodcraft: Albino Oak & Jet Petrified Wood exclusively from the Dire Wood. / DC25 Knowledge History: craftsmen of Karse made these as expensive gifts for arcanists they tried to recruit | as is ea 1% or set 5%/part known ea 10% or set 50%/if known ea 20% or set 100% | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Karse

955 | 125000 | 2d4 | 2500 | "a twisted pair of wide, flat snake chains linked together and terminated with a ring buckle and small bead chains forming the belt tongue, all made from shiny white metal" | DC16 Jeweler: platinum chain belt. | 2% as is/100% if known | http://straitcity.com/detail/double_flat_chain_belt_silver_2801.html

956 | 130000 | 2d12 | 1000 | a pint of luminescent liquid | DC25 Knowledge Arcane: recognize moonlight distilled by some unknown process into a liquid. | 1% as is/100% if known |

957 | 130000 | 2d12 | 1000 | "a thick, shiny, yellow metal ring shaped like rising vines or the tangled branches of a dead tree opening to clutch several dull aquamarine stones and a few small translucent white gems accenting the much larger stones" | "DC16 Jeweler: emerald and diamond jewels in gold. / DC20 Knowledge Local: Gurn Athrik, a gold dwarf of the Giants Run Mountains, deigned this ring amongst other works to venerate the root structures of mighty trees." | 5% as is/70% part known/100% if known | http://www.kkjewelryarchives.com/wp-content/gallery/gold-and-emerald-and-diamond-ring-c-1970/Gold%20and%20Emerald%20and%20Diamond%20Ring%20c%201970-2.jpg

958 | 135000 | 2d8 | 1500 | "a shiny metal plate suit, sized for a dwarf to wear, complete with a full helmet & embossed with crossed axes over the right breast and a fired anvil over the left breast." | DC11 Knowledge Religion: the symbols of the dwarven gods Moradin & Clangeddin Silverbeard. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: the symbols worn by soldiers of Earthfast in North Faerun. / DC16 Armorcraft: Earthfast plate armor of non-magical + 2 full-plate that only the Earhfast dwarves can make. | 10% as is/20% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Earthfast_plate

959 | 150000 | 2d4 | 3000 | "3 blue, 3 green, 3 orange, and 3 black stones with squared runes engraved on each stone" | "DC11 Knowledge Arcana: divination stones used in fortune telling. / DC16 Jeweler: sapphires, emeralds, fire opals, and black opals." | 0.5% ea or 8% set as is/5% ea 75% set part known/100% if known |

960 | 150000 | 2d4 | 3000 | a brassy 3ft rod with an enormous translucent yellow stone at the tapered end. An odd design of unconnected but repeating tall triangles pointing in the opposite direction of the taper. | "DC11 Knowledge Religion: the symbol of Skoraeus Stonebones, a titan worshipped by stone giants. / DC16 Jeweler: diamond jewel on gold from Hazuk Mountains of Chult. / DC20 Knowledge Arcana: a staff-sized wand, the gem inclusion grants + 2 caster level to healing spells." | 8% as is/40% part known/70% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Skoraeus_Stonebones

961 | 150000 | 2d4 | 3000 | a gilt metal figurine of a black-eyed woman holding a wide-bladed short sword in each hand dancing on a field of black stones | DC13 Knowledge Religion: Shar exultant as depicted by the beneficent Darkcloaks. / DC16 Jeweler: ravenar gem stones. | 1% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Shar

962 | 150000 | 2d4 | 3000 | a golden statuette of a rampant lion with red gemstone eyes | "DC16 Jeweler: ruby jewels in gold. / DC20 Knowledge Local: a banister embellishment from a dead merchant's mansion in Nathlekh, the City of Cats." | 10% as is/50% part known/100% if known | https://www.derrittmeister.com/productpages/2627.htm

963 | 150000 | 2d4 | 3000 | A large tapestry 70ft wide X 40ft high of a golden phoenix with wings spread wide on a cloudy sky flying over a turbulent sea with a wingless dragon breeching the waves | DC16 Weaving: a strange mix of silk and cloth-of-gold used exclusively by the Shou Lung of Kara-Tur | 1% as is/100% if known | http://edithsgallery.com/products/tapestry-jap-phoenix-dragon

964 | 150000 | 2d4 | 3000 | "A matched pair of white stone chests, one medium-sized and the other locket-sized. Carved scenes of dwarves & humans blowing horns, trading, & dancing on the many panels inlaid in the surfaces of both identical chests are tooled with fine scroll work on the borders. " | "DC11 Knowledge History: The scenes are of Hornmeet in the Vast, perhaps a depiction of the first Hornmeet. / DC13 Woodcraft: Ivory hard stone craft of Cormyrian (Thunderstone) origin." | 1% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.indiran.org/HW/images/palace14.jpg

965 | 150000 | 2d4 | 3000 | "a pair of teardrop-shaped, hanging earrings with a shiny metal top and an orange gem stone bottom. The metal crown uses a mix of beadwork & punching in wind-blown & sea-tossed patterns." | DC15 Knowledge Religion: Design work is elemental motifs common to Akadi & Istishia worshipped by sailors & pirates. / DC16 Jeweler: jacinth jewels in platinum of Moonshae Isle craftwork. | 1% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://www.nj-pbem.com/data/Gods/humangods/Istishia.htm

966 | 150000 | 2d4 | 3000 | "a set of four different colored stone plaques carved to depict the seasons of spring in yellow, summer in green, autumn in brown, and winter in white" | "DC20 Knowledge Nobility: These seasonal tiles are a complete set of the many looted from King Virdin's summer palace after he fell at the Ford of Goliad in 1357 DR and Damarra was subjugated by the Witch-King Zhengyi. / DC13 Stonecraft: opaque amber, green jade, brandeen, and white jade fancy stones." | as is ea 1% or set 5%/part known ea 10% or set 50%/if known ea 20% or set 100% | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Virdin

967 | 150000 | 2d4 | 3000 | a shiny metal pendant with punch-hole designs of repeated balls and bells circling a large burgundy gem | DC16 Jeweler: ruby jewel in platinum. | 1% as is/100% if known | http://conversationpieces.ca/?id=27&cat=Necklaces%20and%20Pendants&item=139

968 | 150000 | 2d4 | 3000 | a silvery foxtail chain suspending a square pendant cradling a large suare cut purple stone | DC16 Knowledge Nobility: Shoon Dowager Princess Necklace. / DC16 Jeweler: platinum and ruby jewel in Regalle setting. | 5% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Shoon_Imperium

969 | 150000 | 2d4 | 3000 | "a smooth, soft-shouldered silvery ring set with three gems; a fiery orange stone with a faint flickering light at its center and a pale green stone flanking the central gem with flowing, almost liquid, chromatic colors" | "DC20 Metalcraft: Mithral silver of Sondarr (old dwarven) make. / DC16 Jeweler: The jewels are amaratha, jacinth, and rogue stone which are all coveted for their beauty and reputed magical qualities" | 1% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.langantiques.com/products/item/30-1-5533

970 | 150000 | 2d4 | 3000 | "a starry night carefully crafted of inlaid pieces of rich black, vibrant red, stark white, & vital green stones depicting twinkling stars & moons in grey metal links forming a bracelet" | "DC15 Knowledge Geography: the constellations Correlian, The Triton, Angharradh, Y'landrothiel, Belnimbra's Belt, The Swordsman, Mystra's Star Circle, the Songsmith Elael, & Labraen which are all important to the elves. / DC16 Jeweler: black opal, fire opal, & opal gem stones in platinum." | 1% as is/70% part known/100% if known | http://www.treasuresofthesouthwest.com/BR1101.html

971 | 150000 | 2d4 | 3000 | "a toy beetle fashioned from heavy gray metal edged with white metal. Tiny green glass eyes and fused mandibles are featured on its head while a plain, bifurcated carapace forms a solid shell on its back." | DC10 Disable Device: reveals the beetle has delicate golden wings that fold under its carapace. / DC15 Metalcraft: steel metal with platinum & gold trim of Chessentan workmanship. | 50% as is/100% if known |

972 | 165000 | 2d10 | 1500 | "a large, irregularly shaped canvas of brightly colored images depicting humanoids wrestling and slaying aquatic creatures amidst crashing waves. Vivid reds, blues, and yellows contrast with the black backdrop to cover nearly every surface of the canvas." | "DC13 Painting: the canvas is leather dyed with images common to savage humanoids but of remarkable detail and techniques associated with the sea elves. / DC13 Leathercraft: this canvas is the tattooed skin of a large humanoid. / DC38 Knowledge History: this is the skin of Laank, the merrow consort of Tarag, killed by the merfolk in 655 DR during the fall of the Axe Kingdom Khuur." | 1% as is/10% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Tarag

973 | 165000 | 2d10 | 1500 | a white metal platter edged with octagonal chasing over embossed humanoid figures bent under the symbols. The inside of the platter is chaotically decorated with etched elemental symbols interspersed with pinwheel designs. | "DC15 Knowledge Religion: a sacrificial offering plate with unholy imagery associated to upheaval, subjugation, & destruction. / DC16 Metalcraft: platinum metal which is cold crafted, a technique uncommon to the fair races. / DC30 Knowledge Local: the Faen Tlabbar Communing Plate of the fallen drow House Faen Tlabbar, whose matron's heart was torn out and placed here as an ironic offering in 1358 DR." | 1% as is/20% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Ghenni'tiroth_Tlabbar

974 | 175000 | 2d6 | 2500 | "a complex and bizarre wooden mechanism that has hanging metal weights, armatures attached to an elaborate circular panel, exposed gears, symbols of the heavens, and curious drawings etched in the surfaces." | "DC22 Knowledge Arcana: this machine (an astronomical clock) reveals the phase of selune, shows the placement of the sun, has the viewable constellations according to season, and the astrological implications of the heavenly bodies. / DC25 Engineering: the device is pendulum activated and weight driven to move the armatures and spin separate parts of the paneling." | 2% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://lisaboyer.com/Claytonsite/medievalcalendar.htm

975 | 180000 | 2d8 | 2000 | "a massive sheet of patinaed metal on a capped roll measuring 4ft wide by 1ft thick & 320 lbs of encumbrance. The thick metal appears to have been rolled & unrolled several times. Despite the size, there is fine script embossed into the sheet metal." | "Dethek + Jotun: an epic tale of Hjurnur Wyrmrever & his companion Hrotun in conflicts with dragons to protect their people. / DC13 Metalcraft: a copper scroll crafted hundreds of years ago. / DC45 Know History: ""Saga of the Dragon Queller"" is a story from the Dawn Age when giants & dragons vied for control of the world some 30,000 years ago and Hjurner was a hero of the giants in that titanic struggle." | 1% as is/5% part known/10% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Saga_of_the_Dragon_Queller

976 | 180000 | 2d8 | 2000 | a silvery metal triangle crossed by silver threads in a spider web pattern. | Detect Magic: no power remains. No value added. / DC13 Knowledge Religion: a fey foci of Seldarine piety. / DC16 Metalcraft: platinum metal forged with elven techniques. / DC35 Knowledge Arcana: an Alamantine Triangle used as a key for the Fey-Alamantine portal to Synnoria. | 1% as is/20% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Ityak-Ortheel

977 | 196000 | 2d6 | 2800 | "a silver-blue metal, squat suit of plates that shine green in the light. The plates are embossed & chased with scenes of elves and dwarves studying, working, and playing side by side." | DC20 Armorcraft: half plate armor of elven design made of adamantine sized for a dwarf. / DC30 Knowledge History: this armor was a gift from a Myth Drannor armorer to Garret Tarynstone who was later exiled from that city with the rest of his clan in 684 DR. | 5% as is/80% part known/100% if known | http://www.realmshelps.net/faerun/history/cormanthor.shtml

978 | 200000 | 2d4 | 4000 | "a bluish-white metal torc, decorated with nine colored repeating patterns, set with four brilliant orange stones and two matching bracelets with one stone each" | DC16 Metalcraft: cloisonne enamel work of Calishite craftsmanship. / DC16 Jeweler: fire opal in platinum metal. | "as is torc 4%, ea bracelet 2%, set 10%/10% ea gem/if known torc 40%, ea bracelet 20%, set 100%" | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cloisonné

979 | 200000 | 2d4 | 4000 | a small white metal statuette of an ascendant pegasus | "DC16 Metalcraft: Mithral sculpted by silversmiths of Evermeet. / DC20 Knowledge Religion: a graven image of the demigoddess Yathaghera, the Winged Queen" | 1% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Yathaghera

980 | 202000 | 2d4 | 4040 | a magnificent crown of floral openwork studded with dozens of small clear crystals and blood red stones with two deep crimson gems displayed prominently at the front. | DC16 Knowledge History: the Crying Crown of Mir's last princess before the merger with Coramshan -5007 DR. / DC16 Jeweler: laeral's tears fancy stones and red tear gem stones in gold metal. | 1% as is/80% part known/100% if known | http://www.flickriver.com/photos/winninator2003/2123279987/

981 | 210000 | 2d6 | 3000 | a 6ft tall wooden apparatus with a table board running through the middle of the machine. A lever connected to a spring loaded plunger with a square frame with four large screws opposite each other on four sides of the plunger. The entire device is 600 lbs. | DC20 Bookbinding: a woodblock printing press / DC25 Disable Device: the screws are meant to hold an obect in the plunger and the lever lowers the object against the table with the pressure applied on the lever. The spring raises the plunger when the lever is released. | 1% as is/10% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Printing_press

982 | 220000 | 2d10 | 2000 | "an open-faced helmet of gray metal covered with the facial skin of a spotted-furred animal. The opening of the helmet is decorated with fangs and the crown is adorned with a high mane of long, green feathers." | "DC11 Armorcraft: the metal is too soft & heavy for practical use with no retaining straps meaning the weight alone keeps it in place for ceremonial purposes only. / DC16 Metalcraft: platinum metal alloy of Chultan craft. / DC25 Knowledge Nobility: a Tabaxi king's headdress, noted by the jaguar skin and Chultan songbird feathers, believed lost in the destruction of Mezro during the Tabaxi-Eshowe war -137 DR." | 1% as is/10% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/-137_DR

983 | 245000 | 2d6 | 3500 | "a large glossy blackwood triangular box held off the ground by four legs, shiny metal trims the entire device, one cabinet set of 60 glossy white & black levers, the other compartment has stretched strings, and the lid has a metal lining etched with script, symbols, and a radiant figure playing a five string harp made of leaves" | "DC11 Woodcraft: ebony & ivory levers in a witch hazel body lined with silver. / DC13 Knowledge Religion: the figure and symbology is of Milil, Lord of Song. / DC13 Perform: a Masterwork Harpsichord." | 1% as is/20% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | http://www.nj-pbem.com/data/Gods/humangods/Milil.htm

984 | 250000 | 2d4 | 5000 | a 1in wet marble sphere chill to the touch | "DC27 Knowledge the Planes: sphere of elemental ice that perpetually regenerates itself, even as it melts back to its plane of origin." | 1% as is/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Paraelemental_Plane_of_Ice

985 | 250000 | 2d4 | 5000 | "an adamantine cube, warm to the touch and engraved with primitive runes and geometric forms" | DC27 Knowledge Arcana: the cube is a puzzle box that can be opened. / DC16 Use Device or DC13 Decipher Script: open to reveal a self-sustaining elemental flame (extraordinary energy plasma that can burn substances to create ordinary fires). | 4% as is/20% part known/100% if known or solved | http://www.hellraiserpuzzlebox.com/dark_movable.html

986 | 300000 | 2d4 | 6000 | a series of golden coins hanging down in wired-together triangles from a rotting black leather belt. Each of the four triangles ends in a claw-shaped smoothly polished brilliant orange stone. | DC15 Knowledge Nobility: a nobleman's stocking garter belt. / DC16 Jeweler: gold coins from assorted realms connected by electrum wire. | 1% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://sites.quickbizsites.com/desertboutique/inc/sdetail/15768/39575

987 | 301000 | 2d4 | 6020 | a thick yellow metal bracelet with curlicue edging and set with six bluish crystals | DC16 Knowledge Nobility: Bracelet of a Delimbiyran Duke lost during the civil war of 697 DR. / DC16 Jeweler: blue diamond jewels in gold. | 1% as is/10% each gem/75% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/697_DR

988 | 350000 | 2d6 | 5000 | "a brown metal scepter bearing sharpened flanges and topped with a huge clear stone carved to resemble a leering, fanged skull. In the light, the skull projects a yellow halo of light above the stone" | DC16 Metalcraft: star metal heavy mace. / DC13 Jeweler: jasmal gem stone | 1% as is/50% part known/100% if known | https://www.rpnation.com/proxy.php?image=http%3A%2F%2Fimages.wikia.com%2Fdeadliestfiction%2Fimages%2F2%2F2c%2FHeavy-Flanged-Mace.jpg&hash=779a4eec480a1e1a5cbf977bb3006990

989 | 355000 | 2d4 | 7100 | a bolt of stained and ruined silk on a cane spindle | "DC20 Search: The spindle is hollow with multiple watertight compartments useful for smuggling and contains tightly packed rocks. / DC16 Jeweler: The discovered rocks are uncut jewels - amaratha, beljurils, chardalyn, diamonds, emeralds, and black sapphires." | 0% as is/1% part known/100% if known | http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-h95aRfzWFRY/Ta-gBtfblPI/AAAAAAAADaA/tpHWxsmhFzU/s1600/RosesBolt.png

990 | 450000 | 2d8 | 5000 | a brown & orange metal statue of an armored humanoid figure with fabric flaps of vibrant color draped or hung about the figure. The statue appears to be assembled from dozens of smaller pieces and the seams have not been properly brazed closed to leave gaps around the joints. | DC15 Knowledge Local: the style of armor and dress appears to be of a Calimport light soldier. / DC16 Knowledge Arcana: an unfinished body (45 HP) of a Zakharan copper automaton. / DC16 Metalcraft: copper metal plates and welding using Calishite methods. | 10% as is/20% part known/50% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Copper_automaton

991 | 500000 | 2d4 | 10000 | "a hollowed-out dragon's horn, etched with arcane symbols. Divinatory rune tiles contained in the horn." | "DC20 Knowledge History: Horn & bone of the dragon Xanthicron, grandson of Io. / DC20 Knowledge Arcana: components for a single use of the Loremaster's Bargain ritual using the runes for this purpose contacts Xanthicron's spirit for the ritual and provides a + 5 bonus to the required skill check rolls for that use of the ritual only" | 1% as is/100% if known | https://rpgathenaeum.wordpress.com/2009/10/23/pimp-my-treasure-parcel-episode-8-levels-22-to-24/

992 | 540000 | 2d8 | 6000 | "a stunning golden fur cloak with silvery fur trim on the edges, shoulder ruff, cuffs, & collar. The cloak drapes from the shoulders to just above the knees of a medium-sized humanoid." | DC20 Leathercraft: pelts of aurumvorax & hoar fox form this heavy cloak that is suitable for cool to icy climates but would be stifling in summer heat. | 1% as is/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Aurumvorax

993 | 560000 | 2d6 | 8000 | "a ring of thirteen large gemstones shaped like 4"" teardrops held together by crystal of silver- & amber-colored arcane fire which extended up to seven points. The apparatus appears to be a crown sized for a medium creature." | "DC13 Glasswork: amazing blown & fired glass technique for lightweight construction. / DC16 Jeweler: black opal, fire opal, jasmal, moonbar, opal, orblen, orl, ravenar, red tear, sapphire, water opal, zendalure, & tainted emerald gem stones. / DC30 Knowledge Arcana: the Highfire Crown was a priceless elven artifact created during an Elven High Magic ritual that cleansed and constructed the mythal over the Elven Court in 714 DR. This is a replica of that artifact." | 1% as is/5% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Highfire_Crown

994 | 600000 | 2d4 | 12000 | "a pair of pink metal bracelets, matching rings, and brocade necklace all set with sparkling clear gems" | DC16 Knowledge the Planes: Elemental Earth Diamonds. / DC13 Jeweler: diamond jewels in platinum metal. | 5% as is/20% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Elemental_Plane_of_Earth
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801 | 20000 | 2d4 | 400 | "a broad necklace with two rows of tear shaped settings for small, deep-red gemstones." | DC16 Metalcraft: silver craft of the Kuong Kingdom in Kara-Tur's Malatra. / DC16 Jeweler: jargoon fancy stones in silver metal. | 1% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.jewelpicz.com/2014/03/covet-diamond-and-ruby-necklace-with.html

802 | 20000 | 2d4 | 400 | "a brown metal tankard, inlaid with black bas-relief carvings of dwarves and orcs in mass melee combat studded with red stones highlighting wounds and bloody weapons" | "DC16 Jeweler: bronze, silver, & phenalope semi-precious stones. / DC30 Knowledge History: the battle founding the dwarven kingdom of Roldilar and slaying of orc-king Grimmerfang in 610DR." | 20% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/610_DR

803 | 20000 | 2d4 | 400 | "a chain necklace of wrought gold, with each link forged to resemble an oak leaf" | DC15 Knowledge Religion: religious symbols of Silvanus & Shiallia. / DC16 Metalcraft: silver metal smithed using engraving practiced by half elves of Silverymoon. | 1% as is/20% part known/100% if known | http://www.morninggloryjewelry.com/mcclelland-barclay-jewelry-aid-24.html

804 | 20000 | 2d4 | 400 | "a knee-length coat of shimmering dark blue leather on the outside and sheer, navy blue fabric lining the inside. Seven horizontal embroidered lines are evenly spaced to match the buttons from above the breas tline to below the hip. The wide parallel lapels button back at the shoulders to open the coat, the sleeves double back half-way up the arms to form cuffs, and the collar folds back upon itself to contrast the darker inside with the dazzling outside of this coat." | "DC20 Knowledge Nobility: a baroque frock coat of militant style, a few score of these were made for Mordulkin's naval officers in Chessenta but several have been lost in action. / DC20 Leathercraft: Sapphire Dragon hide leather line with spider silk for added insulation & comfort." | 2% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://www.yourdressmaker.com/shop/en/baroque-frock-no-84

805 | 20000 | 2d4 | 400 | "a long ceremonial dagger carved from bone with scrimshaw on the handle & scabbard depicting different environments stacked in divided layers filled with beings, mundane & fantastic, working & struggling in their habitats. Stones of beige, white, black, aqua, violet, red, yellow, and green are flush embedded to provide color to the settings" | "DC15 Knowledge Geography: a good depiction of the different climates around the Sea of Fallen Stars. / DC16 Jeweler: ivory hard stone inlaid with alestone, witherite, iol, mykaro, spodumene, phenalope, boakhar, and aventurine semi-precious stones." | 1% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://www.icollector.com/Antique-Chinese-ivory-dagger_i9460185

806 | 20000 | 2d4 | 400 | a metal vambrace engraved with a pattern of autumn leaves. | DC20 Search: spring-loaded mechanism extends a hidden spike past the wearer's hand (treat as a knife). / DC16 Armorcraft: alchemical silver metal of dwarven craft. | 2% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://www.realmshelps.net/stores/weapons/Gauntlet3_spring-loaded

807 | 20000 | 2d4 | 400 | a plain hammered metal ring that dimly glows in darkness | DC16 Metalcraft: silver metal. / DC25 Knowledge the Planes: metal of celestial origin. | 1% as is/20% part known/100% if known | http://castlegap.com/pages_item/ring36567.html

808 | 20000 | 2d4 | 400 | "a ring, carved from green stone in a pattern of holly leaves, with white cabochon holly berries." | DC13 Stonecraft: green jade and white pearl fancy stone. | 3% as is/100% if known |

809 | 20100 | 2d4 | 402 | a pair of stacking metal pots connect an inverted holed bucket and a partial bowl with a stylized dragon rampant etched and painted across the surface with green tiles inlaid for scales. More tiles create a black background with falling winter snow. The connected pots create a strange chair. | DC11 Healing: a fancy chamber pot. / DC11 Jeweler: copper with greenstone and snowflake obsidian ornamental stones | 10% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Greenstone

810 | 21000 | 2d6 | 300 | "a book with hard leather covers connected by a riveted soft leather spine. A motif of silvery scales are painted across the covers and swooping gilt runes adorn the center in two rows. If opened, the many gold-leafed pages use the same silvery script and illustrations of mysterious depictions are done in red, purple, and orange inks." | "Hamerfae + Seldruin: ""The Tablets of Pharyssolnyth,"" a reading is a collection of writings with notes about draconic magical theory and approaches to the Weave. / DC40 Knowledge History: the silver dragon Pharyssolnyth detailed the secrets of dragon magic on dragon scales as a treatise on how dragons understood, learned and practiced magic, whether as spells or in magic items revealing insights into the powers of dragons, their attitudes towards magic and its casting, and resisting magic used by dragons. Pharyssolnyth dwelled in Yrlaphon of Cormanthor in DR -1535 where her tablets were apparently transcribed." | 1% as is/10% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Pharyssolnyth

811 | 21000 | 2d6 | 300 | "a golden woman's gown with quilted shoulders, satin bodice, printed silk net, and knife-pleated skirt. The neckline has gray-green stones adorning the hem." | DC16 Weaving: cloth of gold fabric with cisele velvet. / DC16 Jeweler: lynx eye ornamental stones. | 5% as is/80% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Lynx_eye

812 | 21000 | 2d6 | 300 | a white cloth glove embroidered with arcane symbols. | DC13 Weaving: stark white water-proof wool cloth. / DC25 Knowledge the Planes: cloth of celestial origin. | 1% as is/50% part known/100% if known |

813 | 21000 | 2d6 | 300 | "a wide, light blue necklace made of wool with dozens of light blue, creamy brown, & sky blue cabochon stones covering the surface. The necklace fastens in place with overlapping buttons." | DC10 Knowledge Nobility: wool chokers have appeal amongst the courts in Northern realms during cooler seasons. / DC16 Jeweler: aquamarine precious stones. | 2% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://jewelry.novica.com/necklaces/choker/womens/aquamarine-choker-sweet-hydrangea/216193/

814 | 21000 | 2d6 | 300 | an anklet of black & dark red beads. | DC16 Jeweler: spinel precious stones on silver metal. | 20% as is/100% if known | http://shelter-web.jp/SHOP/pace_ss13_anklet_spinel.html

815 | 22000 | 2d10 | 200 | a golden torc terminated at each end with a snakes maw gripping one of two rainbow colored stones. | "DC16 Jeweler: black opal gem stones in gold. / DC20 Knowledge History: artifacts like these circulated with the fall of the Serpent Kingdom, Najara, though no record exists of the purpose or origin of these neck ornaments." | 1% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Najara

816 | 23000 | 2d4 | 460 | "a black-lacquered, wooden tube carved with poppy flowers, some brightly painted in red while the others are unadorned. Black metal end caps are dominated by large, opaque, black cabochons." | DC16 Knowledge Religion: red & black poppies are symbolic of Loviatar. / DC16 Jeweler: jet fancy stones in silver metal. / DC16 Woodcraft: teak carved with imagery prevailing around the Lake of Steam. | 2% as is/30% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | http://www.nj-pbem.com/data/Gods/humangods/Loviatar.htm

817 | 23100 | 2d10 | 210 | "a beige stone sarcophagus with carved figures on all sides. A richly dressed woman is the centerpiece of multiple scenes as she gives bread to the beggars on the street, shelter to the traveller in the rain, council to the troubled elders, mirth to the nobles' court, protection from brutish orcs to her handmaids, and kneeling acceptance in a ring as an executioner swings his axe down at her neck. The lid depicts a human army of those she helped in all the other scenes raise spears to her sainted apparition, and that army marching across a map filled with orc bodies." | "DC13 Stonecraft: not an actual sarcophagus but a marble effigy used to rally people to right a wrongful death. / DC14 Knowledge History: Lady Serisa Khiilart, a well-respected Tethyrian noble-woman, captured and slain by orcs. In her memory, orcs were wiped out throughout the South in a genocidal slaughter in DR 1241." | 1% as is/30% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/1241_DR

818 | 24000 | 2d4 | 480 | "a medium glossy white oblong box with bright red and gold trimming held off the ground by four columnar legs, copper caps adorn the feet, the cabinet opens to reveal a set of 42 white & black levers, a compartment that has stretched strings, and a portrait of rolling farmland decorates the inside lid." | DC11 Perform: a clavichord. / DC13 Painting: a mural painted by Erdun Elmleaf. | 2% as is/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clavichord

819 | 24500 | 2d6 | 350 | a pair of leather bracers stitched with diamond patterns surrounding the multiple blue carbochon stones. A smooth blue cloth trims the bracers and lines the inside. | DC13 Leathercraft: fancy cuir bouilli bracers suitable for use with medium & light armors. / DC16 Jeweler: Ziose fancy stones | 1% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.mangoldleather.com/Mangold_Leather/Bracers_files/Leather%20July%20201429.jpg

820 | 25000 | 2d4 | 500 | "a belt covered in ornate golden scales shaped like 4 oak leaves, 4 clovers, 4 shields, & 4 swords - each adorned with a gem. In profile, the belt appears like the head of a bird of prey, with a large sea-green gem as its eye." | "DC13 Knowledge Nature: ice eagle imagery common to the Sword Coast North. / DC16 Jeweler: luriyl semi-precious stones in gilded silver. / DC26 Knowledge Arcana: the Shield Belt of Storms created by Ryttal Ghalmrin & Theod Darkwhisper during the reign of elves in the West. / DC30 Knowledge Local: Aznar Thrul, apprentice of Blackstaff Tower, commissioned the creation of this replica from Jhauntar Olmhazan, but never picked it up and the crafter sold it to a rich traveler the following summer. / Detect Magic: no magic or aura. No value added." | 2% as is/10% little known/40% part known/ 60% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Shield_Belt_of_Storms

821 | 25000 | 2d4 | 500 | a green wood scepter topped by a shield mounted stag's head with curled antlers. Shiny white metal is inlaid into the shield and banded down the length of the scepter. Black cabochon stones stud each band and feature prominently in the shield design. | "DC13 Woodcraft: Xylopal hard stone. / DC16 Jeweler: jet fancy stones in silver metal settings. / DC20 Knowledge Nobility: heraldic blazon of Hartsvale in North Faerun, these scepters are ceremonial tokens of their magistrates most often wielded in the tribunals." | 1% as is/10% part known/40% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Hartsvale

822 | 25000 | 2d4 | 500 | "a mala bead necklace of gray metal stringing together alternating red-speckled black and clear bluish-white cabochon stones which are each nearly 2"" in diameter." | "DC15 Knowledge Religion: prayer beads common to ranked members of secular monastic orders. / DC16 Jeweler: bloodstone and moonstone semi-precious stone beads on electrum chain necklace. / DC20 Knowledge Religion: used by monks of Shar, Selune, and the Dark Moon Heresy." | 2% as is/20% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Dark_Moon_heresy

823 | 25000 | 2d4 | 500 | "a massive tome 20 inches across, 24 inches tall, and nearly 6 inches thick containing nearly 500 vellum pages of impeccable calligraphy and full color paintings. The covers are made of duskwood, covered in durable chimera leather that has been dyed <to match the colors of that bibles covered god>. The corners are reinforced with brass, the covers are locked with a brass clasp, and the edges of the paper pages are leafed in gold. A bible weighs nearly 40 pounds." | "DC19 Bookbinding: The scribes of Beckentel Monastery had a long history of beautifully illustrated tomes on every subject, the finest of all were the Beckentel Bibles. The bible covers every aspect of the scribed religion. A complete set (one bible for each religion) has never been collected, but would be worth an astronomical sum to any Sage or library." | 1% as is/100% if known |

824 | 25000 | 2d4 | 500 | "a metal washing bowl and matching pitcher, inlaid with blue & black geometric patterns" | DC16 Metalcraft: silver craft of Runedardathan dwarven make. / DC16 Jeweler: pattern inlay of turquoise ornamental stones & jet fancy stones popular in Phalorm. | as is 1% ea or 3% set/part known 20% ea or 60% set/if known 40% ea or 100% set | http://forum.candlekeep.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=3803&whichpage=34

825 | 25000 | 2d10 | 250 | "a set of clay tablets 9 inches wide, 12 inches tall, and an inch thick. Upon the tablets are Draconic letters inscribed in tightly bunched text" | "Draconic + Loross: each tablet is an esoteric and pedantic retelling, with vague to blatant contradictions, of the origin of magical power. / DC11 Knowledge Arcane: Interesting pieces of a larger theory but impractically academic in utility. " | 1% as is/40% part known/100% if known |

826 | 25000 | 2d4 | 500 | "a shiny metal tiara set with a large, translucent green emerald-cut stone between two dark green, transparent stones to either side." | "Know Religion: a sacrificial crown associated with the worship of Horus-Re. / Knowledge Local: young ladies of affluent Mulhorandhi families in Neldorild would wear these tiaras prior to dedicating their worship to a god other than Horus-Re, sacrificing the tiara at the end of their ritual conversion as a sign of both contrition and respect to Horus-Re. / DC16 Jeweler: topaz and alexandrite precious stones in silver." | 4% as is/40% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Mulhorand

827 | 25000 | 2d4 | 500 | "a thick golden ring, fashioned in the shape of a sparkling red-eyed ram's head." | DC16 Jeweler: fire opal gem stones in gold metal. | 2% as is/100% if known |

828 | 25000 | 2d4 | 500 | "a yellow metal cloak clasp in two pieces, each having a hemisphere of colored glass, one blue and one yellow, which overlap when closed to form a green orb" | DC16 Jeweler: orbaline and heliodor precious stones in gold. / DC22 Knowledge History: elven rangers patrolling Southern Cormanthor wore these as badges of station in old Cormanthyr. / DC35 Knowledge Nobility: these were commissioned for Orva's officers & nobles from the Yeven Vale gnomes but only the ranger corps' survived the destruction in -701 DR. | 2% as is/20% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Orva

829 | 25000 | 2d4 | 500 | "a yellow metal, round canister with handled lid and congruous line-pattern overlay decorating the body. Removing the lid reveals a second canister lining the inside of the first and a knife edge catch from a second lid attached to the first lid which perfectly fits the gap between the two canisters." | DC16 Metalcraft: brass and silver forged using styles popular during the Shoon Imperium. / DC20 Healing: an insulated humidor designed to keep stored items at a constant temperature and humidity. | 1% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.busaccagallery.com/catalog.php?catid=39&itemid=5577&page=1

830 | 25000 | 2d4 | 500 | an orange metal bracer molded to resemble an attacking wyvern with spread wings. | "DC15 Knowledge Nobility: symbolic of the Wyvernspur noble family of Cormyr. / DC16 Armorcraft: alchemical gold bracer suitable for use with medium & heavy armors. / DC19 Knowledge Local: commissioned by Lord Gould Wyvernspur II as a parting gift to his son's, York, dutiful squire for services rendered." | 1% as is/20% part known/50% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Wyvernspur_(house)

831 | 25000 | 2d4 | 500 | an ornamental fishhook made of beaten golden metal 6in long with translucent green & white stones. | DC13 Survival: ornamental hook of a useful design for deep sea fishing. / DC16 Jeweler: kornerupine & scapra fancy stones in gold. / DC16 Knowledge Religion: a prayer focus for angler worshippers of Isis on the Inner Seas. | 1% as is/20% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Isis

832 | 27000 | 2d8 | 300 | "a red gemstone with six chains in short loops with rainbow, " | "DC11 Knowledge Nobility: a slave hand marking the wearer as the property of a Thayan lord. / DC16 Jeweler: medium rusteen, small rainbow pearls, small heliodor, and small brown topaz precious stones in copper chain bracelet." | 1% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://juleemclark.deviantart.com/art/SE-No16-449333091

833 | 27000 | 2d8 | 300 | "an unusual, nautical construct shaped like a covered bowl with a centerpiece of a small island. Three varieties of ship are fitted into grooves cut in concentric circles around the island. The cover is painted like sea waters but there are periodic markings around each of the circles." | DC16 Disable Device: a spring-driven device that is periodically rewound to move the ships in their grooves at differing speeds. / DC25 Knowledge Local: a finely crafted Neverwinter gear & spring clock. | 10% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Neverwinter

834 | 28000 | 2d6 | 400 | "a medium green marble patterned oblong box held off the ground by four legs carved to look like clawed feet balancing on spheres, the cabinet opens to reveal a set of 38 white and black levers, a pierced cedar cover board designed like fruitful grape vines, and a gilded compartment that has stretched strings" | DC11 Perform: a Ottavino | 20% as is/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harpsichord#Ottavino

835 | 28000 | 2d6 | 400 | a thick leather gauntlet with heavy layers overlapping the finger guard. The mitt opens in the palm and lower fingers to allow a good grip. | DC11 Leathercraft: leather gauntlet suitable for use with medium & heavy armors. / DC33 Knowledge Nature: from an extinct animal known as the Drop Bear or Marsupial Lion of the Miyeratma Platieau which is now extinct. | 1% as is/10% part known/100% if known | http://www.wulflund.com/armour/leather-armour/sword-combat-gloves-right-hand.html/

836 | 30000 | 2d4 | 600 | "a 3ft tall by 2ft wide, two-legged desk of wavy cream-red stone with a depression in the center of the surface, a swag & tassel apron and a raised back carved with three winged figures. The depression has a carved hole in the bottom that opens to the ground between the legs. The wings of the figures support a blank disk of stone." | "DC13 Healing: a vanity stand with mirror holder and wash basin fit for a small humanoid. / DC13 Stonecraft: evening cloud marble hard stone crafted by dwarven methods, maybe from Red Larch in The North. / DC32 Knowledge the Planes: hound archons shouldering a solar, not particularly religious but innocuous & pretty." | 5% as is/40% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known | http://carvedstonecreations.com/stone-kitchens-and-bath/stone-vanities/-angelical-hand-carved-marble-vanity-w-angel-pediment

837 | 30000 | 2d4 | 600 | "a black, solid metal hand with fingers and thumb held flat and straight together. The knuckles, wrinkles of skin, and finger nails are all finely detailed. Four golden rings are seemlessly braised onto the fingers." | DC16 Jeweler: solid silver and gold. / DC17 Knowledge Religion: Saint Liwan's Hand is a relic of Ilmater's faith believed to make food more nutritious. | 1% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O69108/reliquary-unknown/

838 | 30000 | 2d4 | 600 | a golden vessel with removeable conical cap attached to thin chains interspersed with ball bell ornaments. Black metal is worked into designs and reliefs across the surface in panels on the vessel and the tapering pedestal of the foot. | DC15 Knowledge Religion: a hanging incense censer to sway and jingle in the breeze of a large space. / DC16 Metalcraft: gold & silver metal of Chessentan design. | 1% as is/40% part known/100% if known |

839 | 30000 | 2d4 | 600 | a gray metal bar with tapered sides and concentric hexagonal symbols stamped into each end. | DC15 Knowledge Local: this trade bar was won from the infamous card playing ghost of Tethyr's Myratma at the Gamblin Ghost inn. / DC16 Metalcraft: non-alloy platinum. / DC22 Knowledge Nobility: a Calishite trade bar stamped with a defunct coster symbol almost a century old. | 10% as is/20% part known/25% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/The_Gambling_Ghost

840 | 30000 | 2d4 | 600 | "a pale, deep green, transparent stone figurine of a long-haired woman sitting cross-legged reading a scroll in her lap." | "DC16 Jeweler: hiddenite spodumene semi-precious stone. / DC20 Stonecraft: carved by supernatural methods unique to Jhaamdathan art. / DC28 Knowledge Religion: graven image of Murdane, the Goddess of Pragmatism, whom was murdered by Umberlee in -277 DR when Jhaamdath was wiped out by a flood." | 2% as is/20% part known/50% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Murdane

841 | 30000 | 2d4 | 600 | a skin broad belt of spotted fur and terminating with a tongue of tufted black fur. | DC11 Leathercraft: leather belt suitable for use with light & medium armors. / DC33 Knowledge Nature: the belt is the tail from an extinct animal known as the Drop Bear or Marsupial Lion gone extinct when the High Moor was created. | 1% as is/5% part known/100% if known | http://phasai.deviantart.com/art/Miyeritar-Great-Sapphire-Wood-159023080

842 | 30000 | 2d4 | 600 | "a squared, gray metal bar with sheer sides and discolored red at the ends. Each end is stamped with a lion reposed and some characters in mannish script." | "DC14 Knowledge Nobility: a Tethyr trade bar stamped with the symbol of the Lions' Dynasty, extinguished in the 13th century. / DC16 Metalcraft: non-alloy platinum. / DC29 Knowledge History: this trade bar is 1 of 5 paid by Kymer to an assassin to murder his half-brother, King Coram IV." | 10% as is/20% part known/25% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Coram_IV

843 | 30000 | 2d4 | 600 | A white ceramic bottle with a double circle painted on the body. The liquid inside has a strong bitter smell and taste | "DC13 Knowledge Arcana: the symbol is Iolaum's rune. / DC21 Profession Winemaker: Dethed's Blackwine, also known as Dethed’s Folly, is a rare wine bottled only by the Ioulaum family. / DC16 Winemaker: The wine is always cold regardless of environment and drinking it clears the mind, sharpening its focus." | 2% as is/4% part known/10% mostly known/100% if known | http://www.enworld.org/forum/showthread.php?66487-What-quirky-non-magical-minor-magic-items-have-you-created-for-your-campaign

844 | 30000 | 2d4 | 600 | an open ended golden tube with complex finger lever bars leading to carved crystal covers on 10 holes. An uncovered eleventh hole is away from the other holes and is larger bore | DC11 Perform: a concert flute | 20% as is/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Western_concert_flute

845 | 30000 | 2d4 | 600 | "an orb-footed, white stone coffer elaborately carved with hooded humanoids chastising lizardfolk and trampling upon serpents. The lid opens on a pair of hinges to reveal brown fur lining the entire interior." | DC13 Leathercraft: summer stoat (ermine). / DC13 Stonecraft: ivory scrimshaw panels in limestone hard stone. | 1% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Ivory

846 | 30000 | 2d4 | 600 | "transparent crystal table and four chairs of sleek, clear design unblemished by any decoration or design." | "DC13 Glasscraft: not any known glass, ceramic, or stone. / DC18 Knowledge Arcana: theurglass pioneered by the sun elves but likely made by human arcanists." | 1% as is/10% part known/100% if known | http://inplas.co.uk/furniture/index.html

847 | 30450 | 2d6 | 435 | a 3' spiked metal cudgel shod half way down the shaft. The spikes are oddly shiny while the body of the metal is matte black. | DC16 Weaponcraft: masterwork mithral morningstar. / DC16 Metalcraft: mithral metal with silver damascening. | 2% as is/20% part known/100% if known |

848 | 30800 | 2d6 | 440 | "an oval metal belt buckle with a big horn sheep skull. Bas-relief leaf edging, patina cut-aways, and wood grain patterns accent the flat space." | DC16 Metalcraft: platinum metal with electrum highlights. / DC25 Knowledge Local: militia captains earned these tokens of appreciation from Saradush's shepherds for protecting their flocks during Tethyr's civil war. | 1% as is/30% part known/100% solved | https://straitcity.com/detail/ram_skull_buckle_EB520.html

849 | 31200 | 2d12 | 240 | "a black metal hoop with raised sunburst corona of five points, each tipped with transparent blue-green crystal globes." | "DC16 Jeweler: aquamarine precious stones in silver. / DC16 Metalcraft: the corona design and craftsmanship is Cormanthyr elven in design. / DC25 Knowledge History: this is one of the ""Lost Crowns of Yrlaphon"" of the elven daughters of nobility enslaved when the orcs of Vastar invaded and occupied Eastern Cormanthor in -722 DR." | 5% as is/40% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Ylraphon

850 | 31200 | 2d12 | 240 | "a large triangular box held off the ground by four legs, one cabinet hset of 60 white and black levers, the other compartment has stretched strings" | DC11 Perform: a Spinet Harpsichord | 20% as is/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spinet

851 | 31200 | 2d12 | 240 | a medium-sized black statue of a winged humanoid with a domin visage clutching a white tablet in its clawed hands. The body of the statue is croched protectively over the tablet and there are score marks apparently from the creature's grasping hold creasing the tablet's surface. | "DC13 Stonecraft: obsidian ornamental stone with an alabaster hard stone added to the statue maybe in place of whatever had been there. / DC16 Spot or Stonecraft: this is not a gargoyle but was carved in the likeness of one. / DC23 Knowledge Religion: statues like these were associated with late Netherese shrines. The alabaster tablet has a carved symbol of three teardrops in a triangle, Talona's symbol bleached. / DC35 Knowledge History: a guardian statue from Ulshantir of plague-cursed Asram." | 1% as is/10% part known/40% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Asram

852 | 31800 | 2d4 | 636 | "a large triangular box held off the ground by four legs, one cabinet with a set of 60 white and black levers, the other compartment has stretched strings" | DC11 Perform: a harpsichord. | 20% as is/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harpsichord

853 | 32200 | 2d8 | 350 | "a bracelet made of tiny white beads double strung together on gilded wire, fastened with a clever hook and loop clasp" | DC16 Jeweler: pearl fancy stones. | 5% as is/100% if known | http://www.bluenile.com/pearl-bracelet-freshwater_13216

854 | 35000 | 2d6 | 500 | "a golden ring, set with a large cloudy green square cut gem in the center and two milky green stone inlays along the sides, which touch adjacent fingers when the ring is worn" | "DC25 Search or DC20 Disable Device: pressing the inlays releases a spring-loaded needle, coated with any substance in the secret compartment under the gemstone. / DC16 Jeweler: emerald jewel, jade fancy stone inlays, & electrum metal." | 10% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://img.alibaba.com/img/pb/720/219/330/330219720_900.jpg

855 | 35000 | 2d6 | 500 | "a joined set of carved crystal tubes of decreasing length, each inline tube having a 45 degree angle end open that is level with the rest while the other open end is not." | DC11 Perform: a birdpipe (pan flute). / DC16 Glasscraft: lead glass of Eaerlanni elven craft. | 1% as is/20% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Eaerlann

856 | 35000 | 2d6 | 500 | "a plain 3ft x 2ft wooden trunk what's interior has a candle box to one side. The rest is made of a removable frame with a large lid to access the main part of the trunk, & two smaller compartments with raised and fielded panels to their lids. The inside of the lid has three bracing bars and smaller slotted bars to contain documents while the top of the lid has attached a folded plank of wood on hinges." | "DC16 Woodcraft: teak wood crafted using Zhent human methods. / DC20 Disable Device: the hinged wood of the lid folds out and locks into place to form a raised bed suitable for a medium-sized humanoid. The trunk has stowage space for a proper bedroll, sheets, change of clothes, pillow, and accoutrements for civilized sleeping." | 1% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.campaignfurniture.com/archivesdetailspage.asp?stockNo=80258&archive=1

857 | 35000 | 2d6 | 500 | "a string necklace of small, opaque, gold-hued stones that is a continuous loop without either terminus or opening. The loop of stones is large enough to fit over the head of a large humanoid but can be comfortably worn by a medium humanoid by double looping or small humanoid by quadruple looping the necklace." | "DC16 Jeweler: fresh water pearl fancy stones. / DC18 Knowledge Religion: a necklace like this is associated with Dugmaren Brightmantle, dwarf god of scholarship, and are used by his faithful as tokens of respect as well as sacrificial offerings." | 1% as is/80% part known/100% if known | http://www.nj-pbem.com/data/Gods/dwarvengods/Dugmaren.htm

858 | 35000 | 2d6 | 500 | "a wrought golden circlet with four transparent pale blue, cabochon stones set equidistant around the circlet." | "DC16 Jeweler: Iol semi-precious stones in gold-plated copper. / DC16 Metalcraft: gold leaf and hammering is a refinement of the cruder copper workmanship, likely a human modification of a less-skilled being's craft. / DC25 Knowledge Local: the corsair, Siga, fashioned this crown from a bracelet captured from a slain ogrima on a Gurum raiding vessel in the Southern Seas before losing the crown, and his head, to the law in Calimshan for piracy in 1350 DR." | 1% as is/60% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known |

859 | 35000 | 2d6 | 500 | "an amphora vase glazed with flawed, vascillating light & dark blues. A gaping humanoid face with wide grin and oak leaves & grapes adorning the hair protrudes from one side of the vase. " | "DC13 Claywork: an amphora of unknown material crafted with Luiren artistry. / DC20 Knowledge Religion: this is the vase Brandobaris used when thieving from Myrkul's Bone Citadel. / DC20 Metalcraft: fired Hizagkuur pottery, unusual because Hizagkuur is painstakingly coveted and treated to become metal." | 1% as is/10% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | http://www.galeriefledermaus.com/amphorac0005laugh/

860 | 35500 | 2d4 | 710 | "a heavy, brassy breastplate sized for a small humanoid with metal aiguillette chains looping the epaulettes. The sinister side of the breastplate is decorated with moles, rabbits, dogs, and deer in a glade while the dexter side has engraved waterwheels, bridges, stone stairways, and hourglasses." | DC16 Armorcraft: alchemical gold cuirass suitable for combat use. / DC16 Metalcraft: alchemical gold styled and motiffed with rock gnome techniques. / DC20 Knowledge Local: this armor was worn in ceremonies by the captains of the army prior to Dolblunde's fall in 698 DR. | 6% as is/60% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Dolblunde

861 | 36000 | 2d8 | 400 | "a large polished mahogany triangular box held off the ground by four curved Queen Anne legs, one cabinet set of 50 white and black levers, each lever is carve with its own symbol and filled in with silver, the other compartment has stretched strings" | DC11 Perform: a Virginal Harpsichord | 20% as is/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harpsichord#Virginals

862 | 36000 | 2d8 | 400 | a white fur cape with some black fur spots and a high collar. | DC16 Leathercraft: winter stoat (ermine) fur cape. | 1% as is/100% if known | http://pixfocus.com/ermine-royalty.html

863 | 39000 | 2d12 | 300 | "an anklet made of tiny golden plates linked with gilded wire and fastened by a hook & eye. Suspended from each wire loop save the fastening are wire-mounted stones of opaque pink, transparent yellow, & translucent red." | "DC16 Jeweler: angelar's skin, sinhalite, & tremair fancy stones in electrum metal." | 1% as is/100% if known |

864 | 40000 | 2d4 | 800 | "a 5"" crystal orb clasped in a rusted iron sconce shaped like a clutching humanoid hand. The transparent, pale yellow orb shows no sign of damage though the sconce has seen better days a century ago and is beyond repair now." | DC15 Knowledge Local: the sconce is typical for the quarters of successful Illuskan ship captains and were typically enchanted to illuminate the captain's quarters. / DC16 Jeweler: scapra fancy stone. / Detect magic: not magical. No value added. | 1% as is/80% part known/100% if known |

865 | 40000 | 2d4 | 800 | "a book, bound between covers of beaten metal holding thin, white, plate ""pages,"" inscribed with runes" | "Dethek + Shanatar ""the travels of Hreogild the Ice-Reaver."" / DC20 Metalcraft: silver and dlarun, which is known to some as ""icesteel,"" metal." | 1% as is/40% part known/100% if known | https://rpgathenaeum.wordpress.com/2009/05/28/pimp-my-treasure-parcel-episode-6-levels-16-to-18/

866 | 40000 | 2d4 | 800 | "a red metal sculpture of a five headed dragon. A hollow in the body where the tail should be reveals a small, fire-blackened chamber." | DC11 Healing: an incense burner. / DC13 Knowledge Religion: a faithfully sculpted likeness of Tiamat. / DC20 Metalcraft: aurichalcum metal alloy of gold & bronze of Netherese craft. | 2% as is/50% part known/70% mostly known/100% if known | http://www.genesallnaturalproducts.com/home/gan/page_811/five_headed_dragon_incense_burner.html

867 | 40000 | 2d4 | 800 | a sculpture of fire made from red & orange crystal. | DC12 Knowledge the Planes: a graven image of a fire elemental. / DC16 Jeweler: a fire opal gem stone is at the center of the sculpture. / DC16 Glasscraft: blown glass of Evereskan elven make with a stone heart that provide the figurine's colors. | 1% as is/60% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known | http://phasai.deviantart.com/art/Evereska-129609804

868 | 40000 | 2d4 | 800 | "a statuette, carved from black stone and inlaid with white stone, depicting an ancient warrior in a fighting stance." | "DC16 Jeweler: jet and laeral's tear fancy stones. / DC13 Stonecraft: the carving style and depicted human suggests early Mulhorandi craftsmanship. / DC10 Knowledge Local: a depiction of a mortal hero, Sinyeer, whom fought gallantly in the Orcgate Wars." | 1% as is/60% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Orcgate_Wars

869 | 40000 | 2d4 | 800 | "a white fur, knee-length cape trimmed with black fur with reinforced eyeholes to secure the cape at the neck and shoulders." | DC16 Leathercraft: winter stoat (ermine) & sable furs. | 1% as is/100% if known |

870 | 40000 | 2d4 | 800 | "an 8"" silvery comb studded with pearlescent globes with a lobe handle and medium teeth" | DC16 Jeweler: pearl fancy stones in gold metal. | 20% as is/100% if known |

871 | 40000 | 2d6 | 600 | "an elongated, large basin standing off the floor on four, stylized claws grasping orbs. A green patina covers all the surfaces but does not hide the etchings of stylized wave patterns and molded shapes of humanoid children playing or swimming in shallow waters." | DC13 Healing: a bathtub meant to be directly fired for heated mineral baths. / DC15 Knowledge Local: the syle of the tub is similar to the famed scentwater baths of The Worried Wyvern inn in the Vast's hamlet of Sevenecho. / DC16 Metalcraft: copper metal of mixed Northern human and gnome craftsmanship. | 1% as is/40% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Scentwater

872 | 40000 | 2d4 | 800 | two sets of metal overlapping plates with repeated caliper designs which are riveted together and lashed by leather thongs & belts. | "DC11 Armorcraft: steel spaulders of Tethyrian craft suitable for use with light & medium armors. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: the marks are of the Tanistan Barony in Erlkazar on Tethyr's Eastern border. / DC15 Knowledge History: these spaulders belonged to the elf Rysodyl Boughstrong, husband of the Baroness of Tanistan, slain by the King of the Starrock tribe, Ertyk Uhl, in 1358 DR." | 1% as is/10% part known/40% mostly known/100% if known | http://aphaestus.deviantart.com/art/Spaulder-205009252

873 | 42000 | 2d6 | 600 | "a 3"" golden armlet, fashioned to look like bird's wings surrounding a blue crystal with a black stripe to appear like a cat's eye. Coiled metal forms a swirled rope wrapped through and around the amulet as a design accent." | "DC14 Knowledge Arcana: magical influence created the design within the gem, maybe for divination purposes. / Detect Magic: no magical aura or residue. No value added. / DC16 Jeweler: blue garnet precious stone with an unnatural presentation. / DC16 Metalcraft: gold & bronze crafted with Old Empre designs, likely Untheric." | 1% as is/40% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | http://ladypirotessa.deviantart.com/art/Massive-Dragon-Eye-Angelic-Feathers-Pendant-Blue-479969168

874 | 42000 | 2d6 | 600 | "a 7ft by 3ft canvas trunk secured by multiple latches opens to reveal an unfolding desk workstation with shelves, cabinets, drawers, writing surfaces, and holders for pens, inkwells, and illumination sconces. The canvas is painted with mannish letters around a central prominent symbol od a laurel pierced by three fanned spears." | "Thorassic: ""6 Legio 3 Myratma 1 Mandad."" No significance to value. / DC13 Woodcraft: cedar wood crafted using Mosstone halfling methods. / DC25 Knowledge Nobility: the symbol is for the Shoon Imperium's 6th Legion which was used to conquer and pacify the Shaar in the 3rd century DR." | 2% as is/50% part known/100% if known | https://www.restorationhardware.com/catalog/product/product.jsp?productId=prod690122

875 | 42000 | 2d6 | 600 | "matching metal drinking goblets with red gems. Four panels on each cup are surrounded by swatooth patterns containing the image of a majestic dragon, framed against a deep red background of enamel." | "DC10 Knowledge Local: the graven image of Tchazzar, the dragon god-king of Chessenta. / DC16 Jeweler: tremair fancy stones in gold." | 2% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.newagetogo.com/images/RC101.jpg

876 | 45000 | 2d8 | 500 | a 2ft wide bowl carved from a single piece of green stone with bas-relief renderings of a country scene | DC13 Stonecraft: jade fancy stone sculpted by dwarven methods. / DC20 Knowledge Geography: the angle of the view and the mountains in the distance could only be from the foothills of the Troll Mountains overlooking the Giant's Plain and Giant's Run Mountains in Eastern Amn. | 2% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Troll_Mountains_(Amn)

877 | 45000 | 2d8 | 500 | "a black fur, waist-length cape with securing cords to tie the cape at the neck to drape over the shoulders." | DC13 Leathercraft: sable fur. | 1% as is/100% if known |

878 | 45000 | 2d8 | 500 | "a shiny, white surcoat lined with white fur" | DC16 Weaving: bleached silk. / DC16 Leathercraft: winter stoat (ermine) fur. | 1% as is/30% part known/100% if known |

879 | 47000 | 2d4 | 840 | a 6 ft light metal staff with dragon fillial wrapped about the upper quarter of the staff with orange stone eyes. A green patina covers the entire object. | DC13 Weaponcraft: Bronze shod mastercraft staff. / DC16 Jeweler: bronze shod Xylopal hard stone and jacinth jewels. | 1% as is/5% part known/100% if known | http://www.zenestex.com/2013/08/yeah-cosplay-cobra-commander-staff/

880 | 49000 | 2d6 | 700 | a dyed gray leather surcoat lined with white fur | DC16 Leathercraft: winter stoat (ermine) fur lining wyvern hide leather. / DC20 Survival: useful for aerial mount riders to survive higher altitude or cold weather flight. | 1% as is/50% part known/100% if known |

881 | 50000 | 2d4 | 1000 | a 6ft long embossed & chased plate showing a herd of centaurs of begging and being turned away by cowering halflings & revolted elves. | "DC16 Metalcraft: gold metal embossed by Gardi Smelterjack, a dwarven artisan from the 12th & 13th century. / DC19 Knowledge History: a depiction of a plague in the 13th century DR that hobbled the centaurs of the Cormanthor Forest putting the centaurs at the mercy of predators and the elves & halflings of the forest refused to help." | 2% as is/20% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Centaur

882 | 50000 | 2d4 | 1000 | a cube made from engraved ivory panels inlaid with gold | "DC20 Knowledge Engineering: Ammarindaran puzzle box of dwarven lore, said to confound attempts to bypass figuring out the puzzle mechanics by changing every time an attempt is made to open it. / DC35 Disable Device: Solve the changing puzzle." | 1% as is/30% part known/100% solved | http://www.bonedancejewelry.com/uploads/1/9/6/5/19657589/2753461_orig.jpg

883 | 50000 | 2d4 | 1000 | "a metal bowl caked in blue-white corrosion is suspended by similarly corroded rings of metal. Inside the bowl is a concave piece of laminated wood with painted geometrical shapes and arrows. Suspended on a peg is a spindle-like, black metal bar." | DC11 Knowledge Engineering: the rings are gimbals meant to keep the bowl upright. / DC16 Metalcraft: bronze metal construction of Turmish make. / DC20 Knowledge Geography: a dry compass useful for exact dead reckoning (as per Knowledge Direction spell with a Knowledge Geography DC5). | 2% as is/40% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known |

884 | 50000 | 2d4 | 1000 | "a metal tiara meant for a small humanoid or a child of a larger race. There are raised, looping designs with a central, lustrous, deep gold, gem-cut stone." | "DC14 Knowledge Nobility: marks are of the Lion's Dynasty of Tethyr from Princess Kessynna's issuance. / DC15 Knowledge History: Princess Kessynna's ill fated daughters were all 5 slain in 1274 DR; however, this tiara failed to accompany the body from Waterdeep to Tethyr. / DC16 Jeweler: orblen gem stone in mithral crafted by calishite methods." | 1% as is/60% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Kessynna

885 | 50000 | 2d4 | 1000 | a pair of brassy vambraces covered with black stones inlaid in swiss cross geometric patterns | DC16 Jeweler: jet fancy stones in gold metal. | as is 20% ea or 50% set/if known 40% ea or 100% set |

886 | 50000 | 2d4 | 1000 | "a scabbard of thick, lustrous yellow scaled leather with silvery metal trimming fit for a one-handed, medium-sized sword. " | DC20 Leathercraft: Gold dragon hide with silver fittings. / DC30 Knowledge History: cut from the corpse of Sessoshugo and used by the Baron of Steeping Falls until disappearing in the 4th century DR. | 1% as is/10% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Artor_Morlin

887 | 50000 | 2d4 | 1000 | a spiral ribbon of silvery metal shaped into a loop with the broad flattened discs at the terminus of both ends. Two crossed sheaves of wheat are stamped into the discs. | "DC16 Jeweler: platinum metal torc of early Tethyrian design. / DC25 Knowledge History: politically affluent Talfir, such as the wearer of this torc, were cowed or killed by the Shadowking during his rise in the Western Heartland's Talfir kingdom of Ebenfar. / DC35 Knowledge Nobility: a Talfir torc symbolizing a wealthy land owner or grain merchant of political power." | 1% as is/40% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known | http://www.sfitzgeraldfineart.com/gallery/gallery-detail.asp?id=10746&gallery=jewelry&idx=49

888 | 50000 | 2d4 | 1000 | a spool of shiny gossamer thread | DC11 Knowledge Planar: processed silk from a phase spider | 1% as is/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Phase_spider

889 | 50000 | 2d4 | 1000 | "a white metal, small, pot helm with a brassy crown of translucent pink gem-cut stones crudely welded to the top. The helm and crown are clearly of different manufacture as the intricate designs of the crown remain unblemished by the welding of the two items." | "DC11 Armorcraft: tin metal of Chondathan influence & bronze metal of halfling design form a weak pot helm suitable for use with light armor only. / DC15 Knowledge Religion: the crown is used for the promenade rituals of the Hin venerating Yondalla. / DC16 Jeweler: datchas semi-precious stone in a bronze crown. / DC24 Knowledge History: the crown of Vaerluth, the 10th king of the Vaerluth goblin kingdom in the Rauvin Mountains. Lost & believed drowned in the Rauvin River in the 13th Century." | 1% as is/5% part known/20% half known/60% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Vaerluth

890 | 50000 | 2d4 | 1000 | "a worked platinum stamp, that produces a print of stars over a landscape with serpentine river" | DC27 Knowledge Nobility: the seal of an ancient Ardeep Elven family. | 20% as is/100% if known | http://phasai.deviantart.com/art/Ardeep-Realm-of-the-Moon-138528540

891 | 52000 | 2d12 | 400 | "a pair of tiny, glossy black hoops covered with intricate calligraphy" | "Elemental + Midani: ""favored sha'ir of the djinni, dao, efreeti, & marid"" / DC16 Jeweler: horn coral precious stone earrings. / DC28 Knowledge Arcana: fashioned by Prince Mamoon of the marids, wearers of the earrings gain acceptance to marqab, a school for sha'irs in Gana, Zakhara." | 1% as is/10% part known/20% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Earring_of_Prince_Mamoon

892 | 52000 | 2d12 | 400 | "an idol carved from shiny, opaque black stone in the image of a hideous, snarling beast with three heads, three limbs (each ending in three hands), and an undulating body tapering to terminate in the base of the figurine. The repugnant thing seems to have no eyes above the gaping, razor-toothed maws and flaring nostrils." | "DC13 Stonecraft: onyx semi-precious stone with Bedine craft marks in the base, and only the base. / DC14 Knowledge the Planes: a faithful rendition of a Sharn. / DC24 Knowledge Arcana: this figurine is a paradox because it is supernaturally impossible for anything to assume the same shape as a Sharn!" | 2% as is/10% part known/40% mostly known/100% if known |

893 | 55000 | 2d10 | 500 | "a plain brooch set with a large, trasparent crystal gem is hung on a golden chain of flat, interlocking, similar links." | DC16 Jeweler: diamond jewel on a gold curb chain necklace. | 1% as is/100% if known |

894 | 55000 | 2d10 | 500 | "a small, black metal pin medallion set with a deep blue, transparent gem stone." | DC15 Knowledge Local: The Valostar Waterdhavian award bestowed for lifetime achievement acts of service to the city. / DC16 Jeweler: a sapphire gem stone. / DC20 Metalcraft: adamantine metal alloy of human craft. | 2% as is/20% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Valostar

895 | 55000 | 2d10 | 500 | "a translucent gray crystal staff shod in metal with a green patina. The staff has been carved in the likeness of a fanged serpent with a dark, chromatic stone orb in its maw." | "DC13 Glasscraft: not any known glass, ceramic, or stone. / DC16 Jeweler: black opal gem stone. / DC18 Knowledge Arcana: theurglass staff whose total value will satisfy material costs for enchanting. / DC25 Weaponcraft: a masterwork medium-sized quarterstaff with bronze fittings & the same properties as Deep Crystal without the psionic benefits." | 1% as is/5% part known/20% half known/60% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Theurglass

896 | 56000 | 2d6 | 800 | a brassy ring with black and yellow metal inlaid into deep fullers & elaborate fleur-de-lis engravings. The bezel has a cameo engraving through layers of the three metals in the shape of aquatic creatures. | "DC11 Knowledge Nature: Sea lions are the animals depicted. / DC14 Knowledge Nobility: Princess Shaerglynda's ring of Tethyr's Lion's Dynasty. She was killed in Waterdeep in 1288 DR. Her killer escaped with her tiara, rings, and necklace. / DC16 Metalcraft: coppery-electrum metal with silver & gold inlays of Tethyrian craftsmanship." | 1% as is/20% part known/40% mostly known/100% if known | http://www.nj-pbem.com/data/General/fr_time_12.html

897 | 56000 | 2d6 | 800 | a cowled cloak made from smooth red leather lined with dark brown fur | DC18 Knowledge Religion: made and sold by temples of Ibrandul from Calimshan to the Eastern shores of the Lake of Steam. / DC20 Leathercraft: Ibrandlin dragon hide leather and mink fur. | 1% as is/80% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Ibrandul

898 | 56000 | 2d6 | 800 | a silver threaded gossamer fabric suspended from a simple metal circlet | DC20 Weaving: shear pattern silk on a platinum tiara piece. / DC30 Knowledge History: an ancient dark elven bridal veil from before the fall of the drow. | 1% as is/40% part known/100% if known |
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701 | 7500 | 2d4 | 150 | "six pinkish-white buttons, carved from stone in the shape of five petalled flower blossoms" | DC16 Jeweler: Angel's Skin coral from Halruaa | as is 2% ea or 18% set/if known 15% ea or 100% set | http://guide.alibaba.com/shop/natural-pink-shell-pink-shell-carved-flower-bead-shell-bead-button-bead-pedant-bead-8mm-10-pcs_7454872.html

702 | 7650 | 2d8 | 85 | "a glass bowl made of aquamarine glass, deep and wide with an everted lip and resting on a pedestal foot." | DC16 Glasswork: Netherese glass craft of larger home decorations meant to rest on the floor | 10% as is/100% if known | http://baidun.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/KB_GL_9987aw-459x305.jpg

703 | 7650 | 2d8 | 85 | a glass wine beaker sits soundly on a thickly shaped base. The amber glass opens into a trumpet-belled mouth and stylized loops are etched onto the surface in the image of butterflies. | DC16 Glasswork: Low Netherese artisanal glasswork for a finer dinner table | 10% as is/100% if known | http://baidun.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/KB_GL_9976aw-900x598.jpg

704 | 7700 | 2d6 | 110 | "a jug with a body tapering slightly from spout to base, a short neck, and a large mouth. The wide strap handle that bridges the gap of the mouth to the body’s top edge is heavily ribbed for a lavish touch of texture on the jug’s otherwise smooth profile." | DC16 Claywork: an unguent vessel of Netherese make after the fall | 1% as is/100% if known | http://baidun.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/KB_GL_9977aw-459x305.jpg

705 | 7700 | 2d6 | 110 | "a two-toned tiny bottle with a wide flaring neck acting as a funnel, a ghostlike color offset by the cobalt decorations on its lower body, and a cold ring of blue above a series of raised glass zigzags." | DC16 Glasswork: Low Netherese artisanal glasswork. / DC11 Knowledge Nobility: a bottle designed for capturing scents must be used for perfumes and fragrances | 5% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://baidun.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/KB_GL_9980aw-900x598.jpg

706 | 7800 | 2d12 | 60 | "an apple-shaped glass jar with diagonal ribbing, a wide neck, and bowl shaped mouth. The squat jar is made of an amber colored glass and is painted with black petaled flowers blooming in tall yellow grass" | DC20 Glasswork: early Netherese craftwork. / DC11 Knowledge Nobility: Aesthetic vessel used to hold ointments and perfumes | 10% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://baidun.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/KB_GL_9990aw-900x598.jpg

707 | 8000 | 2d4 | 160 | a carved and polished white stone bust of a young elven woman with a metal crown and her hair braided in a courtly fashion | "DC13 Stonecraft: this piece of marble once formed part of a tomb effigy of Cormyran make. / DC17 Knowledge History: Sissra, a half-elven princess of Marsember who died four hundred years ago. Her corpse was laid in a riverboat pyre with gold, gems, and magic arrayed about her." | 10% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Marsember

708 | 8000 | 2d4 | 160 | a clover shaped casket of pink highlighted with gold that opens to reveal three bottles in a red felt-lined interior. | DC13 Glasscraft: forest glass bottles of Silverymoon craft. / DC16 Metalcraft: tin case with brass fittings & bottle tops. | 5% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Silverymoon

709 | 8000 | 2d4 | 160 | a large 12ft by 6ft tapestry depicts a lush garden scene with three dancing maidens in skirts cutting roses and handing them to a small boy | "DC16 Weaving: a mix of animal hair, cotton, & gold thread common to after-the-fall Netherese works. / DC20 Knowledge Religion: an early depiction of the pantheon with the new god of Lathander being a servant to Chauntea, Meilikki, and Sune." | 10% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.rubylane.com/item/749799-Antiquex20Wallx20Tapestryx20Garden/Antique-Wall-Tapestry-Garden-Scene-Maidens

710 | 8000 | 2d4 | 160 | "a metal baroque belt clasp & buckle molded with ladies in fields of flowers. Five chains hang from the clasp suspending a folding knife, a notched tube, a round case with a wet black cloth inside, an empty fob, and a two-part tube with a stylus & dry well - all of which are etched with floral patterns." | "DC11 Bookbinding: a chatelaine for scriveners with penknife, whistle, stamp pad, stamp holder fob, and combination pen-inkwell case. / DC16 Metalcraft: electrum styled in Chessentan craft on matching silk belt." | 1% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://luxurylaunches.com/fashion/victorian_style_greta_belt_stands_out_with_unique_vintage_chatelaine.php

711 | 8000 | 2d4 | 160 | a necklace of 20 carved pink stone rosebud shaped beads and 40 metal spacer beads | DC16 Jeweler: rosaline ornamental stone and gold metal. | 1% as is/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Rosaline

712 | 8000 | 2d4 | 160 | "a pair of leather, over-the-knee, heeled boots with armored plates riveted to the knee, ankle, & toe. The shin leather is covered with a velvet brocade of white, brown, & black." | DC13 Leathercraft: Noble's riding boots fit for use with all armors. / DC20 Knowledge Nobility: Cormyran boots used by their warrior-aristocrats. | 1% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.talkshoes.com/files/2014/10/Dolce-and-Gabbana-Metallic-leather-brocade-and-velvet-over-the-knee-boots.jpg

713 | 8000 | 2d4 | 160 | This small device is a hollow brass disk with multiple vented apertures in a crescent shaped holder covering all but the topmost reed openings | "DC13 Disable Device: When placed in wind, the action of the air resonates through the openings and the disk spins to change the exposed openings, creating a tune. / DC13 Perform: Songwheels of the Serpent Hills made by Amnian artisans based on devices found in ruins of the Serpent Hills" | 1% as is/40% part known/100% if known |

714 | 8100 | 2d8 | 90 | "a large tome in black bindings holding a stack of papyrus pages together. The plain cover has a leather thong binding the book shut. If opened, the thousands of pages are thick with columns of words in purple ink. Each page is marked with a tiny illustration of a lit candle above purple eye with triangular pupil" | "Espruar + Cormanthan: a reading is a drawn out philosophy of creating with a conscience for the needs of the world without losing yourself to the passions of the world one seeks to change. / DC25 Knowledge Religion: ""The Tome of Universal Harmony"" is the most holy book of the god Deneir, studied and memorized by his disciples, of which this is a copy." | 5% as is/10% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Tome_of_Universal_Harmony

715 | 8100 | 2d8 | 90 | "a metal coffer of openwork silver filigree decorated with sixteen repeated arched, mihrab-like panels. The hinged lid has a loop for locking. Inside is a silver filigree panel with holes for six bottles to be inserted. The coffer is supported by four filigree feet." | DC15 Knowledge Nobility: a protective potion storing chest for the rich. / DC16 Metalcraft: silver smithed in Turmite style. | 10% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://www.michaelbackmanltd.com/sitebuilder/images/Filigree_Perfume_Box_1_-718x765.jpg

716 | 9000 | 2d8 | 100 | "a book with steel-edged, brown metal covers, embossed and painted with a sword wielding warrior grasping a dragon by the throat bordered by a sawtooth pattern." | "DC16 Jeweler: gold covers and gold-leaf pages / Thorass + Turmic: ""Roll of Heroes,"" a list of now-forgotten names, their birth & death dates, titles & ranks, and their deeds." | 1% as is/33% part known/100% if known |

717 | 9000 | 2d8 | 100 | a golden metal orb surmounted by a disc | "DC16 Metalcraft: electrum metal. / DC24 Knowledge Nobility: a globus cruciger used by Western barons as a status symbol of rightful rule prior to the Heralds, now out of fashion." | 5% as is/50% part known/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Globus_cruciger

718 | 9000 | 2d8 | 100 | a green sarcophagus worked in the shape of a sleeping humanoid. The face of the shows damage around the empty eye sockets. The casket contains human bones. | DC16 Metalcraft: bronze metal. / DC17 Knowledge Religion: the sacred remains of Saint Dionysus lost when the church in which he was interred was looted by Witch-King Zhengyi's forces in 1348 DR in the Bloodstone Lands. | 10% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Saint_Dionysus

719 | 9600 | 2d8 | 110 | a set of small curved knives of silvery metal blades with a pair of polished banded red stone pieces on either side of the tang to form each contoured handle. | "DC11 Weaponcraft: balanced throwing knives (small-size dagger) with + 5ft range increments, but not weapon grade silver. / DC16 Jeweler: Sardonyx semi-precious stones on silver-plated steel" | 1% as is/5% part known/100% if known | http://www.darkknightarmoury.com/p-21768-elven-larp-throwing-knife.aspx

720 | 10000 | 2d4 | 200 | 50 feet of white rope | DC16 Knowledge Nature: woven from unicorn manes | 1% as is/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Unicorn

721 | 10000 | 2d4 | 200 | "a book with a stiff hide cover backed by cracked ceramic tile and sewn leather spine holding the collection of paper pages together. The cover is a dusty blue with gilt silver letters stamped on the front. If opened, the 34 pages have fancy drawings of plants and anatomy accompanying many words" | "Thorass + Illuskan: ""Engelvaer's Coderium,"" a reading is a compendium of alchemical and folk remedies. / DC16 Healing: these are useful treatments that will function like a delay poison spell on both poisons and diseases (Healing check at half DC). / DC20 Bookbinding: this chapbook was the rumored and much sought 2nd release of ""Engelvaer's Poison and Sickness Remedies"" before he disappeared DR 1292." | 10% as is/20% part known/40% mostly known/100% if known | http://www.alistairgraham.com/photos/Dark_Green_book_with_eye + ring.jpg

722 | 10000 | 2d4 | 200 | "a brownish-green metal scepter with a protrusion half-way up the handle inlaid with pearlescent white stones and a heavy, flanged head with opaque white & rainbow colored stones in the recesses." | Weaponcraft: a masterwork bronze light mace. / DC16 Jeweler: chalcedony & rainbow obsidian semi-precious stones. | 1% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.icollector.com/Chinese-Tibetan-Bronze-Scepter-Jade-Turquoise_i12625812

723 | 10000 | 2d4 | 200 | a gold ring carved to resemble intertwining vines set with tiny green stone leaves spaced by clear crystals. | DC16 Jeweler: emerald and diamond jewels in gold. | 5% as is/100% if known | http://www.richardhughesjewellers.co.uk/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=3&products_id=207

724 | 10000 | 2d4 | 200 | a golden s-shaped drinking horn with a stand. Paintings are applied with vivid colors of magnificent people in natural scenes. The horn is terminated with a wolf's head. | "DC13 Painting: the pantheon of divinities painted by Enos Di'jordan, theological artisan of Gond. / DC16 Metalcraft: gold metal." | 1% as is/60% part known/100% if known |

725 | 10000 | 2d4 | 200 | a half-rug of tiger skin complete with the head. | DC17 Knowledge the Planes: a rakshasa skin. | 1% as is/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Rakshasa

726 | 10000 | 2d4 | 200 | a large ball of flattish tiles is suspended in a wooden stand. The tiles are carved from black wood (Zalantar) and crafted to fit tightly with the other tiles so that there are no seams. If not for the slightly off color of some adjacent tiles an observer might be fooled into thinking the object was carved from a single piece of wood. Closer inspection show small holes in the tiles filled with resin. A small hole in the bottom reveals the ball to be hollow and inside is a suspended stand for some object. If a light source is put on the stand the sphere will emit lights through the multi-colored resin holes | DC20 Knowledge Arcana: a celestial globe. / DC11 Disable Device: the apparatus inside is meant to hold an oil lamp ( + 15 circumstance bonus to Knowledge Arcane check to ID this device). | 1% as is/4% part known/100% if known | http://www.geodus.com/en/world-globe-columbus-sternehimmel_813446.htm

727 | 10000 | 2d4 | 200 | a large metal mirror with a golden frame fashioned to represent a skeletal serpent eating its own tail | DC16 Metalcraft: polished steel & brass metal. / DC35 Knowledge Religion: a soul mirror of the adherents of the World Serpent that is supposed to reveal the true self. | 1% as is/5% part known/100% if known | http://www.papiermache.co.uk/gallery/item/19196/

728 | 10000 | 2d4 | 200 | a metal cuirass & tassets etched with an image of a horsed knight lancing a demonic figure between a wrecked castle & a walled town. | DC13 Armorcraft: breastplate of recent dwarf work. The border mark is a signature of Derval Ironeater's work. / DC15 Knowledge Geography: the town is Daggerford & the ruin is Dragonspear. / DC20 Knowledge History: this armor was gifted to the Knights of Ilmater between the 1st & 2nd Dragonspear Campaign in the mid-14th century. | 10% as is/20% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Dragonspear_Castle

729 | 10000 | 2d4 | 400 | a ruined tome bound in rich black leather with designs of curling and rearing dragons etched onto the broken spine and slashed cover of the book. The pages are falling out with runic lettering writ small in gilt ink | "Dethek + Damarran: ""Book of Creation"" but the pages are non-word gibberish. / DC25 Knowledge History: written by Zhengyi, Witch-King of Damarra and destroyed as a phylactery by Artemis Entreri." | 1% as is/5% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Zhengyi

730 | 10000 | 2d4 | 200 | a scepter of white stone appearing to be a papyrus stalk crowned with an umbel bloom supporting a small block altar surmounted by a cavetto cornice. A hooded serpent on top is overshadowed by a bird of prey. | DC11 Perform: a naos sistrum. / DC13 Stonecraft: sharpstone ornamental stone. / DC15 Knowledge Religion: a Mulhorandi religious scepter commonly used to ward off evil. | 2% as is/20% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/works-of-art/26.7.1450

731 | 10000 | 2d4 | 200 | "a shiny silver potion flask, set with five turquoise stones and etched with Dethek letters inlaid with white jade" | Dethek + Shanatan: poetry venerating perseverance in achieving goals and rewarding oneself for a job well done. / DC16 Metalcraft: blue jasper semi-precious stones in rare and difficult to craft hizagkuur metal. | 1% as is/10% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Jasper

732 | 10000 | 2d4 | 200 | a short sword with a well polished blade in a deep maroon-dyed leather scabbard embossed with several hunting cats. The polished ivory crossguard of the sword is carved with two lions running in opposite directions. The hilt is highly polished deep red mahogany wrapped in fine leather. The pommel is set with a yellow cat's eye gem. | "DC13 Weaponcraft: masterwork short sword of Dragon Coast manufacture. / DC16 Jeweler: tigers eye agate ornamental stone. / DC30 Knowledge Religion: made for the Legion of Lions, a militant Shaaran order of wemics dedicated to Nobanion." | 1% as is/20% part known/50% mostly known/100% if known | http://www.nj-pbem.com/data/Gods/humangods/Nobanion.htm

733 | 10000 | 2d4 | 200 | a tan leather quiver with black leather flourishes stitched to the head and foot with spade-shaped motifs and the inside lined with black fur. Three buckled straps form a harness that secures the quiver over one shoulder and about the waist of a small to medium sized humanoid. | DC16 Leathercraft: wyvern hide leather with sable fur lining. | 1% as is/100% if known | http://www.bowsinisterarchery.com/index/#/quivers/

734 | 10000 | 2d4 | 200 | "a tear-drop shaped stringed instrument with a deep round-backed hollow body, a grilled hole, a flush mounted black stone fretboard, and 8 golden strings on a short white stone fretted neck." | DC11 Perform: a laouto lute. / DC13 Stonecraft: black jasper semi-precious stones and ivory hard stone. | 20% as is/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laouto

735 | 10000 | 2d4 | 200 | "a thick book of vellum pages, profusely illustrated and illuminated and bound between covers of beaten metal studded with gold flecked black and green carbochon stones." | "Draconic + Halruaan: ""Steganographick Collection,"" with obtuse references to the tinctures and saps of plants. / DC15 Knowledge Nature: a treatise on the magical properties of herbs and plants ( + 1 Survival, Alchemy, & Knowledge Nature checks for identifying plant based materials). / DC16 Jeweler: serpentine & samarskite semi-precious stones." | 1% as is/10% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Samarskite

736 | 10000 | 2d4 | 200 | A white and red stone chess set with matching chess board | DC13 Stonecraft: white jade fancy stones & tomb jade gems | 2% as is/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Tomb_jade

737 | 10000 | 2d4 | 200 | a white stone fashioned to look like a large apple | DC13 Stonecraft: white jade fancy stone. | 1% as is/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Jade

738 | 10250 | 2d4 | 205 | A fire-blackened oak staff shod with red metal at its base. The head of the staff is a red metal finial in the shape of a fanged serpent with two silvery eyes. | DC20 Metalcraft: fever iron and silver metal. / DC22 Knowledge Religion: a cult leader's staff of the Sseth faith. | 2% as is/20% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Sseth

739 | 10350 | 2d8 | 115 | a golden ring of curlicue designs showing a mock beast claw holding a large transparent grayish cabochon. | DC16 Jeweler: flamedance precious stone in gold smithed in Unther. | 2% as is/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Flamedance

740 | 10350 | 2d8 | 115 | "an orange metal ring with ribbed shank, stylized flower bezel, and a deep blue gemstone." | DC16 Jeweler: sapphire gem stone in gold. | 4% as is/if known 100% | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Sapphire

741 | 10500 | 2d6 | 150 | "a golden armlet adorned with a blue stone carving of a mermaid holding a transparent, blue-green gem" | DC16 Jeweler: orbaline & aquamarine precious stone in gold. | 4% as is/if known 100% | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Orbaline

742 | 10500 | 2d6 | 150 | "a metal cage with two birds on metal perches in the cage, one with yellow plumage and the other with red. The base of the cage is an inch deep with a dangling turnkey." | DC16 Metalcraft: brass & tin metal of Lantan craft. / DC30 Knowledge Engineering: springs & gears provide 5 minutes of movement and chirping as the song birds alternate serenading each other. | 2% as is/20% part known/100% if known | http://www.historytoy.com/2-mechanical-songbirds-in-a-brass-cage

743 | 10500 | 2d6 | 150 | "a small enamel box of green, blue, and gold has a pin-lock latch to secure the vaulted lid and four ball knobs for feet. Busts of celestial winged figures are painted on all surfaces" | "DC15 Knowledge Religion: this is a chrismatory used to store receptacles of oils for catechumens, exorcisms, blessings, and prayer. / DC16 Metalcraft: the box is made of copper and Chondathan in design." | 10% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/works-of-art/17.190.853

744 | 10500 | 2d6 | 150 | a white metal cloak brooch with a deep purple gem set in a yellow metal bezel and is fancifully framed in sparkling flowers & flowing ribbons of tiny clear crystals. | DC16 Jeweler: Shou Lung amethyst and water opal gem stones in gold & platinum metals. | 10% as is/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Shou_Lung_amethyst

745 | 11000 | 2d10 | 100 | a 9 inch orange metal pin with a light blue stone reflecting a white six point star set into its head | "DC15 Knowledge Nobility: Hairpin, fashionable amongst Old Empire courtesans. / DC16 Jeweler: star sapphire in gold." | 2% as is/20% part known/90% for gem/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Star_sapphire

746 | 11000 | 2d10 | 100 | a chalky white cloak pin fashioned in the shape of a griffon's head dexter facing with a red eye | DC16 Jeweler: ruby jewel in silver. / DC25 Knowledge Nobility: the office pin of the Thultyrl's houndmaster. | 2% as is/20% part known/90% for gem/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Thultyrl

747 | 11000 | 2d10 | 100 | a golden ring of three bands with symbols etched into the surface. | "Dethek: the letters of the Dethek alphabet with some added flourishes above and below certain letters. / DC13 Search: with some effort, the bands independently rotate on the ring. / DC25 Decipher Script: a code cipher that gives + 3 DC to any code made with the ring." | 1% as is/20% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | http://boingboing.net/2008/09/05/help-design-a-cipher.html

748 | 11000 | 2d10 | 100 | a gray metal double-sided plaque of a carved dragon in the clouds. A fob at one end allows the plaqgue to be hung. | DC13 Search: the plaque is a seamless folding comb. / DC20 Metalcraft: mithral metal carved with dwarven precision. | 1% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://ancientpoint.com/inf/92734-vintage_chinese_50_silver_highly_carved_dragon_comb_pendant.html

749 | 11000 | 2d10 | 100 | a hard stone box with a micro-mosaic of tiny tiles showing columned pronaos that have lost their building. The surrounding terrain is of low hills and likewise ruined structures. | "DC13 Painting: a reproduction of a Cormyran mural ""Jannath's Lost Glory"" of Netheril's ruined temple. / DC13 Stonecraft: serpentine hard stone quarried from the Eastern High Moor." | 5% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.inezstodel.com/en/product/Micromosaics-Pietra-Dura/1073/Temple-of-Concord-micro-mosaic-box/.shtml

750 | 11000 | 2d10 | 100 | "a short, sword-shaped baton of golden metal with a crimson laminated ""blade"" topped by golden flame top piece. The hilt is a molded dragon's head with the maw forming the guard and split tongue running up the blade into a flame design and red & green gemstones. A large gemstone in the hilt is caged in a crown basket." | DC16 Jeweler: red horn coral & green sphene precious stones in bronze. / DC25 Knowledge Local: a ruyi scepter used to denote the right to talk in formal settings popular in Kara-Tur's Shou. | 2% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://ancientpoint.com/inf/93679-great_chinese_bronze__turquoise_ruyi_scepter__talisman_nr.html

751 | 11000 | 2d10 | 100 | "an arming sword of translucent blue metal with grey metal rain guard, cross guard, and pommel." | DC20 Weaponcraft: a glass steel weapon that functions like a steel longsword and may be enchanted though it is not masterwork. / DC35 Knowledge Arcana: this weapon can only be made by crafters of near-legendary Nimbral. | 2% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://siveyn.deviantart.com/art/Sapphire-Sword-54304302

752 | 11200 | 2d6 | 160 | a scorched and stained leather-bound book with blackened and aged pages filled with script. | "Draconic + Halruaan: ""The Good Death,"" a series of instructions for proper blood rituals & spectacle slayings. / DC16 Knowledge Religion: a worship primer for Bhaal, the god of violence & murder. / DC20 Bookbinding: palimpsest - not sloppy writing but rewriting still legible rituals in worship of Jergal in Draconic + low Netherese language." | 1% as is/10% part known/40% mostly known/100% if known | http://www.maa.org/sites/default/files/images/upload_library/46/Swetz_2012_Math_Treasures/Palimpsest/I_archimedes_palimpsest.jpg

753 | 11550 | 2d10 | 105 | a vivid water color painting of a halfling dancer with blue background with swooping letters in the lower corner | "Thorass: ""Culor DR1240"". / DC11 Knowledge Local: Luiren Ghostwise Halfling dressed in traditional costume. / DC13 Painting: portrait by Culor Balacire of Procampur killed by fever in 1241 DR." | 2% as is/20% part known/100% if known |

754 | 12000 | 2d4 | 240 | a 10in tall by 4in diameter metal enclosure for an hourglass. The posts are connected to each other by forged fence works. The endpieces are decorated with Lindsay scroll of highly refined and shaded leaf structures connected to flowing vines by undulating tendrils. | DC16 Metalcraft: silver protective enclosure for an hourglass with gold flakes instead of sand. | 2% as is/100% if known | http://tarvos.imareal.oeaw.ac.at/server/images/3009535.JPG

755 | 12000 | 2d4 | 240 | "a 6in white stone statuette of a mulan human warrior inlaid with green stone scale armor, spear, hair, and eyes." | DC13 Stonecraft: white & green jade fancy stones carved in the Thayan style. | 5% as is/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Jade

756 | 12000 | 2d4 | 240 | a black leather-bound vellum book. | "Draconic + Netherese: a listing of numbers, dates in Nether Years, colors, & names of deities. / DC11 Profession Banking: an accounting ledger with coded transactions of sums, recipients, and dates. / DC22 Bookbinding: bound using elven methods & materials not seen outside of Ascalhorn. / DC25 Decipher Script: a movable cipher is included into a few pages of the book that is a highly complex number converter." | 1% as is/5% part known/20% half known/60% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Hellgate_Keep

757 | 12000 | 2d4 | 240 | A clappered bell made of polished rose crystal joined by fine purplish silver wire | DC15 Knowledge Religion: the bell may be loudly rung to add a + 1 circumstance bonus to turning checks. / DC16 Jeweler: tomb jade and gold (gold with impurities of copper and silver). | 10% as is/70% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Tomb_jade

758 | 12000 | 2d4 | 240 | a gold filigree brooch set with a translucent orange gemstone with green & red flecks. | DC16 Jeweler: fire opal gem stone in gold metal. | 5% as is/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Fire_opal

759 | 12000 | 2d4 | 240 | "a golden ring, fashioned to look like intertwining leaves, set with colorless emerald-cut gem that has flashes of color in the light." | DC16 Jeweler: water opal gem stone in electrum metal smithed in Sembia. | 2% as is/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Water_opal

760 | 12000 | 2d4 | 240 | "A large mahogany chest, bound with bronze. Inside the chest are 132 pieces(a complete service for 12) of white porcelain" | DC11 Claywork: Iriaeban-alabaster porcelain which is much sought after | as is 10% Chest or 1% ea service or 50% set/if known 20% Chest or 3% ea service or 100% set | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Iriaebor

761 | 12000 | 2d4 | 240 | a ring of gray metal with a black relief engraving highlighting a blazing sun and wind-like scrolling. A single red small stone is set into the center of the sunburst. | DC16 Jeweler: red tear gem stone in platinum. | 1% as is/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Red_tear

762 | 12000 | 2d4 | 240 | "a short metal chain mesh strip terminated with a chain tail and a hook. The center of the strip is dominated by a filigree flower, studded with yellow metal decorations, three florettes hang by a short chain from the flower, and two more accent chains hang as a frame for the florettes." | DC16 Jeweler: waterstar & jet fancy stones in silver & gold metal. | 4% as is/if known 100% | http://us.asos.com/ASOS-Vintage-Style-Filigree-Flower-Choker-Necklace/142ps6/?iid=4327671&r=2&mporgp=L0FTT1MvQVNPUy1WaW50YWdlLVN0eWxlLUZpbGlncmVlLUZsb3dlci1DaG9rZXItTmVja2xhY2UvUHJvZC8.

763 | 12000 | 2d4 | 240 | a three string necklace of faceted brown gemstone beads on wire. | DC16 Jeweler: malacon semi-precious stones on copper metal chain. | 3% as is/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Malacon

764 | 12000 | 2d4 | 240 | a wooden 3ft tube and folding 4ft tripod. | DC13 Woodcraft: varnished & preserved teak wood. / DC15 Knowledge Engineering: a spyglass with gradated stand. | 2% as is/80% part known/100% if known |

765 | 12500 | 2d4 | 250 | "a set of eight buttons, each carved from black and white stone depicting the eight phases of the moon" | DC16 Jeweler: jet fancy stones with ivory inlay. | 2% ea or 20% set as is/10% ea or 100% set if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Jet

766 | 12600 | 2d8 | 140 | "a large (8ft 300lb), wooden double cabinet with decorative carvings & crowned with a spired railing. The over-cabinet opens to reveal a yellow metal prickly cylinder in a holding receptacle. A tethered weight is attached to a ropes winding between blocks at the top & bottom of the cabinet. The under cabinet has several more cylinders free on shelves." | DC11 Woodcraft: walnut wood carved in popular Sembian craft-style. / DC25 Knowledge Engineering: the weight is lifted by a hand crank and the complex pulley system activates a hidden mechanism to turn the cylinder so the pins pluck the teeth of a covered metal comb to chime tunes. | 5% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://www.bettermusicboxes.com/Products/Polyphon-Music-Box/Poly-Double-Disc-24-and-Half-Inch/default.asp

767 | 13000 | 2d12 | 100 | a golden ring hidden behind a bezel with a large green cabochon swirled with white inclusions and surrounded by three rows of tiny clear gemstones. | DC16 Jeweler: flawed emerald gem stone & orprase semi-precious stones in electrum metal. | 1% as is/100% if known | http://www.rubylane.com/item/483433-RL-000102/Vendome-1968-x22Flawed-Emeraldx22-Glass-Cab

768 | 13000 | 2d12 | 100 | "a large block of crystal containing an emaciated, scaly-skinned creature with a long tail, clawed hands & feet, and a bristly beard preserved inside." | DC19 Knowledge Arcana: an arcane prison trap with an occupant in permanent stasis. / DC20 Knowledge the Planes: a bone devil. | 4% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Osyluth

769 | 13400 | 2d12 | 80 | "a golden relief with opaque and translucent red & green enamels show the entombment of a she-dwarf of advanced age. One dwarf with chisel and hammer in his belt is crying at her feet while dwarven guards pin his head down with crossed spear shafts. Three other dwarf maids, one with a simple metal crown, are laying the dead to rest" | DC16 Metalcraft: real gold which had been an ornamental wall tile. / DC40 Knowledge History: this is the repose of Queen Helmma Snowbattle I of Ammarindar who was crushed by a funeral statue of herself in the royal tomb in DR 622. | 5% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://phasai.deviantart.com/art/Ammarindar-Adamantine-Kingdom-145996047

770 | 13500 | 2d8 | 150 | "a heavy leather binder with thick wooden rings holding several pierced pages of different types and colors of written medium from text colored vellum to painted papyrus. Arcane symbols, strange scripts, and abstract pictures." | "Elemental + Midani: names, notes of observations, times, dates, directives of activities, and nautical directions for fishing and plying the open seas. / DC25 Knowledge Geography: trade winds & directions through the Crowded Sea to the Steaming Isles. / DC28 Sailor: a Zakharan daftar, instructions, tables, charts, etc. compiled by shep captains over years of sailing the seas of the Land of Fate. No captain would ever willingly give up or sell a daftar." | 2% as is/10% part known/40% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Daftar

771 | 14000 | 2d6 | 200 | a pair of shiny metal chandelier earrings each with black beads hanging by fine chains | DC16 Jeweler: black pearl precious stones & platinum | as is 10% ea or 30% set/if known 40% ea or 100% set | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Pearl

772 | 14000 | 2d6 | 200 | "a porcelain doll of a tall girl with pale skin, dusky eyes, and shoulder length hair of gold. She is finely painted and clothed in layers like courtiers' dress" | "DC11 Claywork: Iriaeban-alabaster porcelain which is much sought after, only one artisan makes these dolls and exclusively for the nobility. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: this doll is the spitting image of Ravendas and is one of a kind Iriaeban made." | 5% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Cutter

773 | 14000 | 2d6 | 200 | "a white stone ball carved with intricate designs of stars, flowers, & serpents with round piercings revealing layers underneath equally carved with designs." | DC16 Disable Device: the layers inside the ball move such that the holes of each level line up to show the inside. / DC20 Stonecraft: ivory designs of Kara-Tur's Shou Kingdom's design. | 1% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.busaccagallery.com/gallery_view.php?id=3487&page=photo

774 | 14000 | 2d6 | 200 | an articulating stack of wood planks connected by hinges and uniformly marked with lines and symbols. | Thorass or Draconic or Espruar: ascending numbers. / DC13 Knowledge Engineering: a large folding drafting ruler measuring lengths and angles. | 1% as is/5% part known/100% if known | http://www.busaccagallery.com/catalog.php?catid=111&itemid=1185&page=1

775 | 14000 | 2d6 | 200 | "multiple tiles of baked and glazed clay, painted with scenes of swimming fish. " | DC13 Claywork: tiles of Mulhorandi artistic design. / DC16 Jeweler: white pearl fancy stones fitted to the eyes. | 2% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Mulhorand

776 | 15000 | 2d4 | 300 | "12 thick leaden plates, each gilt rimmed and etched with matching spiral pinwheel designs" | DC16 Metalcraft: silver plates with gold foil. / DC20 Metalcraft: Damaran dwarf-craft from the Galena Mountains. | as is 1% ea or 10% set /part known 4% ea or 40% set/if known 7% ea or 100% set | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Galena_Mountains

777 | 15000 | 2d4 | 300 | a blue-green metal mace bearing silvered flanges and topped with a light blue gem | DC16 Weaponcraft: a small heavy mace that may be used as a medium light mace made of gnomish arandur metal. / DC16 Jeweler: orbaline precious stone. | 1% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://www.realmshelps.net/magic/items/itemcreation.shtml

778 | 15000 | 2d4 | 300 | "a golden decanter, engraved with runes" | Espruar + Eladrin: prayer entreating Feywild spirits to make its beverages refreshing. / DC16 Metalcraft: rare gnomish goldsmith casting of non-Lantan origin. | 4% as is/20% part known/100% if known |

779 | 15000 | 2d4 | 300 | a golden ring set with a golden orange transparent cabochon between two smaller pink opaque cabochons. | DC16 Jeweler: jasmal gem stone and pearl fancy stones in electrum. | 2% as is/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Jasmal

780 | 15000 | 2d4 | 300 | a guard-less dirk of polished deep-gray stone set with a white iridescent pommel stone | DC13 Weaponcraft: a ceremonial sgian dubh (single-edged dagger) of Moonshae Ffolk origin. / DC16 Jeweler: carved hematite ornamental stone with moonstone semi-precious stones. | 1% as is/50% part known/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sgian-dubh

781 | 15000 | 2d4 | 300 | "a large spool of soft, smooth, gilded thread." | DC16 Weaving: strong silk thread useful for superior craft works of weaving & leatherworking. / DC22 Knowledge the Planes: silk of the Bebilith demon spiders. | 1% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Bebilith

782 | 15000 | 2d4 | 300 | "a metal circlet with four oak leaves and two ivy leaves symmetrically aligned around a central, mottled blue-white translucent cabochon." | DC16 Jeweler: zendalure gem stone in silver of elven craftsmanship. / DC20 Knowledge Local: a wedding circlet popularly used in the Delimbyr valley region. | 2% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://kellygrahamdesigns.com/pages/circlets/j-circlets-c181.html

783 | 15000 | 2d4 | 300 | a pair of brassy spiral ribbon earrings with deep violet pear-cut gems | DC16 Jeweler: garnet precious stones in gold metal. | as is 5% ea or 15% set/ if known 40% ea or 100% set | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Garnet_(gem)

784 | 15000 | 2d4 | 300 | a pair of carved ivory vambraces inlaid with brown metal and yellow gemstones depicting an armored figure casting a robed women off a spiral staircase | "DC16 Jeweler: ivory hard stone, & topaz precious stones in gold metal. / DC10 Knowledge History: the scene shows Helm slaying Msytra on the Celestial Stair, an event guardsmen revere as duty in the face of unpopularity." | as is 10% ea or 25% set/ part known 20% ea or 50% set/if known 40% ea or 100% set | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Celestial_Stairway

785 | 15000 | 2d4 | 300 | "a scaly brown, stiff, short-sleeved gambeson sized for a thin, medium creature. The gambeson has dozens of black, mirror-like stones which outline and depict a crescent moon within a circle." | DC15 Knowledge Religion: ceremonial armor typically used by Corellon Larethian's temple guards. / DC16 Leathercraft: wyvern skin backing with the stones is functionally the same as breastplate medium armor. / DC16 Jeweler: hematite ornamental stones. | 2% as is/20% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | http://www.nj-pbem.com/data/Gods/elvengods/CorellonLarethian.htm

786 | 15000 | 2d4 | 300 | "a set of 10 golden buttons, each set with amethyst crystal centers" | DC16 Jeweler: tremair fancy stones in gold | 1% as is/100% if known | http://www.trimfabric.com/buttons-99.html

787 | 15000 | 2d4 | 300 | a shiny metal box with reed sides and a hunting scene with hounds & hares decorating the lid. A smith's imprint is in a cartouche with a lion passant. | DC16 Metalcraft: silver metal smithed by gnomish methods. / DC16 Jeweler: jeweler marks belong to Korbus Brightjewel of Daggerford. / DC25 Knowledge Nobility: a snuff tin formerly owned by Baron Agwain of Secomber. | 1% as is/20% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | http://www.candlekeep.com/library/articles/npcs/npcs_cavalier.htm

788 | 15000 | 2d4 | 300 | a string necklace of pearlescent shells. | DC15 Knowledge Nature: opal cowrie shells. / DC10 Knowledge Local: used by sea elves as a medium of trade like coins but more valuable. | 2% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Aquatic_elf

789 | 15000 | 2d4 | 300 | a woman’s black gown with lace sleeves and round black & white stones bordering the neckline. | DC16 Weaving: silk chiffon ladies gown tailored in Calimshan. / DC16 Jeweler: white fancy stones & black pearl precious stones. | 1% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://redchinesedress.com/product/v-neck-black-silk-chiffon-lace-floor-length-a-line-evening-gown/

790 | 15000 | 2d12 | 120 | "a wooden half mask of a feline face covering from nose to the top of the head surmounted by a flaming crown. The crown is painted white, black, & gold. A pale green gemstone is the center point of the crown." | DC16 Jeweler: small amaratha jewel. / DC20 Knowledge Religion: a mask of Bast's Revel Daughters who traveled to Westgate for the annual masquerade balls. | 1% as is/100% if known | http://b3designsllc.deviantart.com/art/Crowned-Snow-Leopard-Leather-Mask-503719759

791 | 15000 | 2d4 | 300 | an orange red cabochon on filigree antique lace floral frame on vintage book floral frame locket-style pendant. | DC16 Jeweler: fire opal gem stone in gold metal. | 2% as is/100% if known | "http://candace81.loveitsomuch.com/stores/banned-book-fire-opal-cabochon-on-filigree-antique-lace-floral-frame-on-vintage-brass-book-floral-fr,266653.html"

792 | 16000 | 2d4 | 320 | "a sturdy, single edged ivory dagger etched with a scene of an armored dwarf in battle with an unseen foe. The silver strengthening the spine of the blade is molded into the shape of an elf warrior standing vigilant while the disc-shaped guard is etched with a forested city" | "DC16 Weaponcraft: the ivory hard stone work is Illefarnian but the metal enhancement is Amarindarian, a rare work of elven and dwarven collaboration. / DC35 Knowledge History: there were many of these weapons made by grateful elves to the dwarves and then returned in kind by the dwarves made from the teeth of the slain dragons because of the Slaughter of Sharrven DR -2770. There were over 200 made, each a unique pair of an elf and a dwarf as battle comrades." | 5% as is/30% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/-2770_DR

793 | 16000 | 2d4 | 320 | "a white metal dagger with a brassy handle, set with smooth red gems on grip, end of the tang and pommel. The matching white metal sheath is brassy trimmed and adorned with transparent red chips." | "DC13 Weaponcraft: military officer's ceremonial dagger of old Velprin Kingdom. / DC16 Jeweler: Alchemical silver, gold trim, and red garnets" | 5% as is/30% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Indrila_Demaz

794 | 17000 | 2d4 | 340 | "a pear-shaped, deep blue, stone pendant on a gray metal chain" | DC16 Jeweler: sapphire jewel in silver metal. | 1% as is/100% if known | http://www.imagejuicy.com/images/gemstones/s/sapphire/18/

795 | 17000 | 2d4 | 340 | "a yellow metal crown with six slim spires, a large aquamarine color gem set at the base of five of the spires, and a 2in deep purple gem set at the base of the tallest spire." | DC16 Jeweler: garnet precious stone with zircon semi-precious stones in gold. | 1% as is/100% if known |

796 | 17500 | 2d6 | 250 | a smooth cloth mantle stitched with animals in motion with numerous white stones for their eyes | DC13 Weaving: silk and velvet embroidered in Cormanthyn fashion. / DC16 Jeweler: moonstone semi-precious stones. | 1% as is/80% part known/100% if known |

797 | 18000 | 2d8 | 200 | a gray mantle with a sheer black lining and a soft black outer face that is adorned with opaque-white beaded stars and geometric shapes. The mantle was created for a tall humanoid (just less than large size) and needs a pin to be worn correctly | DC16 Weaving: water-repellent wool with silk lining and felt face are all actually fabricated together as a single cloth. / DC16 Jeweler: moonstone semi-precious stones. | 1% as is/50% part known/100% if known |

798 | 18000 | 2d8 | 200 | a hexagonal metal scroll tube with end caps welded in place and four bails to attach to a necklace or gorget. Five of the sides are embossed with arabesque designs and black cabochon stones adorn the end caps. | "DC16 Knowledge Religion: Curse Tubes sold or gifted by Beshaba's Wormluck priests to the nobility to always have a calamity close to their heart so as to avoid new misfortunes from the goddess. Like many, this one is empty. / DC16 Jeweler: ravenar gem stones on silver metal." | 2% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://www.anteeka.com/product/vintage-middle-eastern-silver-scroll-tube-necklace

799 | 19200 | 2d4 | 384 | "a large triangular box held off the ground by four legs, one cabinet set of 50 white and black levers, the other compartment has stretched strings" | DC11 Perform: a Virginal Harpsichord | 20% as is/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virginals

800 | 20000 | 2d4 | 400 | "a breastplate inlaid with silvery scrollwork designs, chased with gold-leaf, and decorated with square insignias of inlaid blue stone to form a framework of a four-leaf rose" | DC16 Armorcraft: lapis lazuli ornamental stones inlaid in ceremonial silver armor. / DC17 Knowledge Nobility: Tethyrian Duke Hillit's crest & armor lost in the Batlle of Nightflames with Mulsparkh DR 1334. | 10% as is/30% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Battle_of_Nightflames
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601 | 3000 | 2d4 | 60 | "a leather bound case holding two clay bottles, a clay cup, a badger brush, a folding blade, a soft clay stone, and a strap of leather." | "DC13 Healing: a shaving kit with two bottles of after-shave ungents, lather soap, lather brush, straight razor, & honing leather. / DC13 Claywork: bone porcelain bottles, bowl, & handles." | 4% as is/50% part known/100% if known |

602 | 3000 | 2d4 | 60 | a pair of white metal earrings set with transparent purple crystals | DC16 Jeweler: amethyst fancy stone in gold. | as is 20% ea or 50% set/if known 40% ea or 100% set |

603 | 3000 | 2d4 | 60 | a set of five matching crystal goblets with gray metal stems stylized to look like clawed hands holding the white crystal | no secrets | 15% ea/100% set | http://www.newmoon.uk.com/dragon/PC2708B.jpg

604 | 3000 | 2d4 | 60 | "a stone ring carved in the image of fighting dragons, one white and one green." | DC16 Jeweler: rare find of half white & half green jade fancy stone in a single piece likely crafted in Hardbuckler. | 2% as is/100% if known | http://nathancmatthews.com/catalog/detail/1067-1945457142.jpg

605 | 3000 | 2d4 | 60 | a varnished red wood sword scabbard carved with serpent-like dragons surrounded by lotus blossoms. | DC20 Woodcraft: rosewood carved in the style of Kara-Tur's Koryo | 1% as is/100% if known |

606 | 3000 | 2d4 | 60 | "golden scrollwork medallion on a braided chain. The medallion has a center-mounted, transparent cabochon stone with identical cabochon stones mounted at the end of eight radially set lavender gems/" | DC15 Knowledge Nobility: the medallion is the six-spoked wagon wheel way-symbol for Arabel. / DC16 Jeweler: Spudomene & Rock Crystal semi-precious stones in gold. | 5% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://dailyjewelrypromotions.com/2013/11/15/18k-yellow-gold-plated-sterling-silver-african-amethyst-and-diamond-accent-medallion-pendant-necklace-18/

607 | 3000 | 2d10 | 25 | sticks of fragrant wood carved into incense spindles and segregated into homogenous bundles | no secrets | 25 gp each bundle |

608 | 3150 | 2d6 | 45 | "a charcoal and white chalk oval drawing depicts a dying holy woman gazing heavenward, attended by her maidservant and two male onlookers" | "DC13 Painting: ""Martyrdom,"" by Law Dresfer work in the Sulduskoon reform style" | 20% as is/100% if known |

609 | 3150 | 2d6 | 45 | "a plain, hinged, wooden box unfolds in the front to reveal a flat surface, several pull drawers, and a few open storage bins. The inside surface is decorated with a pair of women of black & white, lions, stags, unicorns, and dragons." | DC13 Woodcraft: Portable writing cabinet with a lifting lid and drop-front. / DC15 Knowledge Religion: depicted the conflict and duality of the world originating with Shar and Selune. | 4% as is/20% part known/100% if known |

610 | 3150 | 2d6 | 45 | "a silvery skeletal hand with articulating fingers. An ajoure, lace design adorns the plates of the backhand and wrist cuff matches the etched designs on the fingers. Large screws and rivets keep the multiple moving parts together." | DC10 Knowledge Local: This hand belonged to Francan Fireblade who lost part of an arm during the Time of Troubles in Arabel only to lose the prosthetic during an orc raid in Thunder Gap. / DC16 Metalcraft: nickel steel hand with adjustable grip. | 6% as is/60% part known/100% if known | https://ablersite.files.wordpress.com/2013/11/victorian_hand.jpg

611 | 3300 | 2d10 | 30 | a leather gauntlet with heavy metal plates sewn to the back and on the knuckles | DC13 Armorcraft: knuckle-duster gauntlet of masterwork quality suitable for use with medium & heavy armors. | 1% as is/100% if known |

612 | 3300 | 2d10 | 30 | "a metal flower with a long, sparsely-leaved stem crafted of silvery metal and a rose bud forged from purple metal." | DC16 Metalcraft: silvery metal is silver but purple metal is a copper-gold alloy electrum. | 10% as is/100% if known |

613 | 3300 | 2d10 | 30 | a pear-shaped red stone cupped in the bezel of a shiny ring crafted to look like a pair of hands tied at the wrist | "DC16 Jeweler: garnet fancy stone in silver. / DC20 Knowledge Religion: Obviously an object of art related to the faith of Ilmater, sage research will turn up a legend that suggests that this ring is somehow tied to the location of an artifact called the Heart of Ilmater, which is reputed to be a huge garnet the size of a human head with many magical powers. / DC25 Search: if examined closely, deep inside the garnet are natural flaws that, when looked at in the right light or at the right angle, composes a tiny map of a lost temple." | 1% as is/10% part known/100% if known | http://www.nj-pbem.com/data/Gods/humangods/Ilmater.htm

614 | 3500 | 2d6 | 50 | "A bronze statue of a flowing haired human fighter on a griffin. The fighter is sheathed in a breast plate and wielding a long sword. The griffin stands rearing, both forelegs off the ground. A plaque at the base is engraved with letters" | "DC11 Speak Language: Draconic script. Translated from Netherese ""Honored Hero and Defender of Tith Tilendrothael, Trin Koless"". / DC16 Knowledge History: a Netherese Griffon Rider of Tith Tilendrothael, the first people to tame griffons for riding" | 20% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Griffon

615 | 3500 | 2d6 | 50 | a cloak clasp set with three green stone pieces carved in the image of an oak leaf | DC16 Jeweler: luriyl semi-precious stones in gold metal. | 1% as is/100% if known |

616 | 3500 | 2d6 | 50 | a gray metal ewer molded with maidens riding lions trimmed in yellow metal. | DC16 Metalcraft: silver metal with gold embellishments. / DC20 Knowledge Religion: a sacrificial wine vessel to Red Knight from Ankhapur on the Lake of Steam. | 1% as is/60% part known/100% solved | http://www.sourcememory.net/art/thrace/goddesses.html

617 | 3500 | 2d6 | 50 | "a large drinking horn carved with knotwork patterns, etched reciprocal horse design, and set with metal accents. The metal piece at the tip of the horn is molded in the shape of a shark." | DC13 Stonecraft: cattle horn carved in Moonshaes Ffolk style. / DC16 Metalcraft: tin metal forged by Ffolk methods. | 1% as is/60% part known/100% solved | http://www.wulflund.com/horn-products/drinking-horns/sigurd-de-luxe-viking-horn.html/

618 | 3500 | 2d6 | 50 | a large wood carving 5'x 6' x2' showing the dormition of an armored woman in a domestic interior. A man stands at the back holding a book officiating at the sacrament of extreme unction accompanied by ten acolytes. Through a doorway at far right is a depiction of a grieving woman as a belt is dropped into his her by an angel | "DC13 Woodcraft: oak carved by Dambrathan artisans. / DC16 Knowledge Nobility: Death of Queen Cathakay with her niece Melanith convinced of her passing when given her aunt's belt, slain by a a gold dragon DR 1016" | 10% as is/40% part known/100% if known |

619 | 3600 | 2d8 | 40 | "a book with soft leather cover and riveted binding holding the collection of copper sheets together. Embossed into the cover are large runes, with the back cover extending into three elongated flaps that would overlap each other when the book is shut, and a leather thong to tightly tie the binding flaps. If opened, 300 pages have embossed words with inked and painted illustrations on each page." | "Thorass + Auld Thorass: ""Book of the World,"" reading provides an origin for mankind, recounts the Terafall during the Days of Thunder including the beings Asgorath, Zotha, and a dragon called the Renegade. / DC15 Knowledge Religion: a recounting of the myths reveals a pattern of order, usurpation, and need for vengeance that is draco-centric." | 10% as is/25% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Book_of_the_World

620 | 3600 | 2d8 | 40 | "a stone-bound book of marble with stitched binding holds the collection of vellum pages together. Chiseled into the cover are large runes and a leather thong binds the book shut. If opened, the pages are each illustrated with a scene in azure, crimson, and gold, while the letters are started with one beautifully rendered in large strokes of color before continuing in smaller, plainer text of a single, but alternating by page, color" | "Dethek + Shanatan: ""Psalter of Sharindlar for Corallyn Ironfist,"" a reading is full of times, dress, and prayers to show proper veneration to Sharindlar. / DC25 Knowledge History: Corallyn Ironfist was the princess of Ammarindar who died in a boating accident DR -1888 resulting in de facto rulership by her father, Azkulder the Cursed, who was not supposed to inherit the throne." | 5% as is/20% part known/100% if known | http://phasai.deviantart.com/art/Ammarindar-Adamantine-Kingdom-145996047

621 | 3750 | 2d4 | 75 | "a black metal bascinet helm embossed & chased with fierce eyes under bushy eyebrows, horned animals, birds of prey with a fish in beak and a rabbit in its claws. The back and upper edges are embellished with linear designs of rosettes, vines, feathers and scallops. " | DC16 Armorcraft: an alchemical silver helmet suitable for use with light & medium armors. / DC16 Metalcraft: silver metal with Athalantan metal designs. | 2% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.romanianhistoryandculture.com/getaigoldsilverarmor.htm

622 | 3900 | 2d12 | 30 | a 10 ft long lance made of a dull-gray metal with mottled and sparkling patterns along its length. Both ends have wicked looking double fangs instead of a single bladed point and even the hand guard is jagged and sharp. | Detect magic: residue suggest this item was rendered inert or non-magical some time ago. No value added. / DC16 Weaponcraft: a masterwork long spear using iron wrought by drow smiths or slaves. / DC25 Knowledge Local: a death lance invented by powerful drow wizards to protect the city gates and temples in drow cities. | 1% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Death_spear

623 | 4000 | 2d4 | 80 | a blonde furred short cloak with soft black fur trim. Holes for a clasp or cloak pin are present on the collar for the neck and breast of a medium-sized humanoid. | DC16 Leathercraft: soft marten (fitch) & fox fur | 1% as is/100% if known | http://images.cdn.bigcartel.com/bigcartel/product_images/51302511/max_h-1000 + max_w-1000/40s_50s_Blonde_Brown_REAL_FITCH_FOX_FUR_Jacket_Cape.jpg

624 | 4000 | 2d4 | 80 | a brown fur cloak with hood stitched together in V shaped strips. | DC13 Weaving: beaver fur knitted with Sembian style chevrons. | 1% as is/100% if known | https://www.canadianfurcompany.com/images/styles/500x750/700.jpg

625 | 4000 | 2d4 | 80 | "a golden ring, set with three matching pinkish-white cabochon gems" | DC16 Jeweler: rose pearl fancy stones in gold. | 2% as is/100% if known | http://www.pearloasis.com/cgi-bin/catalognew.cgi?IDNUM=20101027190346&COMMAND=detail

626 | 4000 | 2d4 | 80 | "a green stone carving, depicting a four-leaf clover" | DC13 Stonecraft: green jade fancy stone. | 2% as is/100% if known |

627 | 4000 | 2d4 | 80 | "a human-sized chain mail shirt made of a shining, red-brown metal, triple-linked, oiled, and in top condition" | DC20 Armorcraft: made of magnetized meteoric iron + 7 armor but only because it is triple mailed and is quite heavy [heavy armor proficiency move 20 max dex bonus 1] | 25% as is/100% if known |

628 | 4000 | 2d4 | 80 | a small black stone figurine of a rampant lion | DC13 Stonecraft: jet fancy stone. | 2% as is/100% if known |

629 | 4000 | 2d4 | 80 | "a tear-drop shaped stringed instrument with a deep round-backed hollow body carved from yellow wood, a grilled hole, a flush mounted fret board, and 8 strings on a short fretted neck" | DC11 Perform: a lauto lute. / DC11 Woodcraft: carved from a single piece of wood. | 2% as is/20% part known/100% if known | "http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/b0/Lute_%28by_Princess_Ruto,_2013-02-11%29.jpg"

630 | 4000 | 2d4 | 80 | a thick black cloak with brown fur trim & collar. A single strap at the shoulder is the only retaining piece for this garment. | DC16 Leathercraft: dyed suede leather with pine marten fur. | 2% as is/100% if known | http://www.yourdressmaker.com/shop/en/fur-trimmed-suede-cloak-no-846

631 | 4000 | 2d4 | 80 | "a yellow metal mug, cut and chased in a broad ring of crashing waves, the engravings picked out in red enamel. The handle of the mug has light-green enamel, carved in the shape of a djinn." | DC13 Stonecraft: carnelian & chrysoprase semi-precious stones. / DC16 Metalcraft: brass metal with designs & motifs of Calishite origin. | 1% as is/40% part known/100% solved |

632 | 4000 | 2d4 | 80 | an eight-sided metal box with lotus-style filigree openwork designs on all sides and secured by a pendant-style latch. Inside the box is a metal tray with five metal compartments to hold and separate any contained items. | DC16 Metalcraft: silver metal with designs of Kara-Tur's Kuong Empire. | 5% as is/100% if known | http://www.michaelbackmanltd.com/1554.html

633 | 4050 | 2d8 | 45 | "a book with wooden covers and stitched leather binding holding the collection of paper pages together. Carved into the cover are large runes and a twine thread binds the book shut. If opened, there are pages and pages of writing but no flourishes, colors, or illustrations" | "Thorass + Illuskan: ""The Harpell Treatise,"" reading provides an insight into drow methods, motives, and attitudes. / DC13 Bookbinding: the Harpells are a generational arcane wizard family in Longsaddle who researched and published this book to be distributed amongst all leaders and wizards whom have the drow as a common threat." | 10% as is/25% part known/100% if known |

634 | 4200 | 2d6 | 60 | "a necklace of gold-linked ivory beads, each representing the bust of a well-fed gent or maid on one side and a skeleton on the other. The terminals (where the necklace hooks together) are carved full heads of deceased men with half the image eaten away by decay" | DC16 Knowledge Religion: appeasement prayer necklace to Myrkul but also a poignant reminder to live life to the fullest before it ends. / DC16 Jeweler: ivory hard stone and gilded silver chain crafted in Cormyr. | 2% as is/40% part known/100% if known | https://www.pinterest.com/pin/351351208398796622/

635 | 4200 | 2d6 | 60 | "an ankle/length, heavy, brown cloth cloak with cream-colored fur hood and straw-brown fur trim. Straps at the shoulder line tie together to secure the garment on the wearer." | DC13 Weaving: a Hordelands traveling cloak of lanolin applied wool to resist water. / DC16 Leathercraft: corsac fox & fergana stoat (ermine) fur. | 2% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.yourdressmaker.com/shop/index.php?main_page=popup_image_additional&pID=845&pic=0&products_image_large_additional=images/large/Claok_15_grey_aufm_01_LRG.jpg

636 | 4270 | 2d6 | 61 | a colored oil on copper plate painting of a red clad woman and a blue clad woman reposing the body of a gentle looking man. An older man with a flowing beard is treating the wounds of the younger man with a balm and funeral wraps at the base of a pyre mound | "DC13 Painting: ""Staying Up with the Dead,"" a Wetzel Reval work of Oboareskyn influence. / DC25 Knowledge Religion: depicting a mortal origin of Ilmater at his pyre with his father, mother, and lover." | 10% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://www.nj-pbem.com/data/Gods/humangods/Ilmater.htm

637 | 4500 | 2d8 | 50 | a book with a soft leather cover and stitched binding holding the collection of papyrus pages together. Embossed into the cover are large runes and a leather thong binds the book shut | "Espruar + Sindarin: ""A Historical of the Dragon Tyrants by R. Laelithar,"" reading provides a hypothesized origin of the urd, kobold, and gnome races along with the deities Kurtulmak and Kuraulyek during the era of dragon rule. / DC16 Bookbinding: Rhistel Laelithar was a Cormanthan Copper Elf who researched the Time of Dragons." | 10% as is/25% part known/100% if known |

638 | 4500 | 2d8 | 50 | "a golden bird cage shaped like a sphere. The wires of the cage form line-art images of small humanoids care-taking eggs, watching chicks hatch, teaching fledglings to fly, and paying homage to a a red phoenix with wings displayed and elevated carrying a red warhammer in its claws" | "DC11 Knowledge Nobility: symbol of Ironlord Torg mac Sei, King of Earthfast, who brought this canary cage with him to the Battles of the Golden Way where he was slain Year of the Turret DR 1360. / DC16 Metalcraft: gold worked in the artistic style of the Earthfast dwarves." | 20% as is/40% part known/100% if known |

639 | 4500 | 2d8 | 50 | brown metal bracers with coppery inlaid fire motif | DC11 Armorcraft: bronze with gold inlay. / DC15 Knowledge Religion: symbol of Kossuth's Brothers and Sisters of the Pure Flame ecclesiastical order. | 2% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://feral-workshop.deviantart.com/art/Brow-and-gold-tribal-bracer-293351059

640 | 4810 | 2d12 | 37 | a pen and brown ink with colored oils painting of a battle interrupted as cavalry with banners unfurled before the walls of a city is dispersed by heavenly light coming from between the clouds in the sky. An armored humanoid figure with arms upraised is seen in the sky and an unhorsed knight cowers in the light | "DC13 Painting: ""The Conversion of Shiv Sonacker"" Wetzel Reval work of Oboareskyn influence. / DC17 Knowledge Religion: a depiction of Pontiff Shiv (a controversial and failed disciple) receiving a vision from Helm to establish law in his name." | 10% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://www.nj-pbem.com/data/Gods/humangods/Helm.htm

641 | 4900 | 2d6 | 70 | a silvery split shank ring with a large orange stone | DC16 Jeweler: amber fancy stone in platinum. / DC20 Search: a hidden compartment is under the gem | 10% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://www.amber.mj777.com/pic/Luxury%20Amber%20VIP%20-%20Exclusive%20Ring%20with%20Bugs%20Unique.jpg

642 | 4900 | 2d6 | 70 | six matching crystal goblets with rings of black glass for rims. Elliptical patterns are etched into the surface of the clear glass. | DC16 Glasswork: Amnian blown & etched glass with sculpted obsidian ornamental stone rims | 4% as is/100% if known | http://www.alibaba.com/product-detail/high-quality-handmade-glass-wine-cup_1951504720/showimage.html

643 | 4950 | 2d8 | 55 | "a tall, thin book with a white fur-bound wooden cover secured shut by a silvery clasp. The first page is filled with a meticulously painted, finely lined white snowflake on a white bordered gray diamond. The next twenty six vellum pages inside are silver trimmed & scribed with dark blue text." | "Thorass + Illuskan: the writings are descriptions for mostly cruel & debased rituals in the name of the ""Queen of Air and Darkness."" / DC15 Bookbinding: this is a book copy made by the scribes of Candlekeep. / DC19 Knowledge Arcana: pages of arcane instruction appear to be missing from this book but a instructions to summon an ice para-elemental with divine magic remains. / DC25 Knowledge Religion: the Codicil of White is a holy book of Auril created as a tool for Aurilian wizards and sorcerers to gain a better understanding of the faith." | 2% as is/20% part known/40% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Codicil_of_White

644 | 4950 | 2d8 | 55 | "an oil painting of a dead man, terrible wounds on his body, his right hand distorted as though broken, and his dislocated left arm cradled reverently by a woman. A plain, middle-aged woman has apparently fainted over the body. A sheet of pure white is under the body and being wrapped around to shield the blurred onlookers and blazing light of day from the appalling sight" | "DC13 Knowledge Religion: the mortal remains of Ilmater before his ascension. / DC15 Painting: ""The Body,"" a Wetzel Reval work of Oboareskyn influence and perceived shocking insensitivity to the the girl who loved and the mother of Ilmater." | 10% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://www.nj-pbem.com/data/Gods/humangods/Ilmater.htm

645 | 5000 | 2d4 | 100 | "a bracelet made from small stones of lustrous white, shiny mottled black, and velvety gray beads on a silvery chain with a two piece clasp that closes to form a round, feminine face." | "DC13 Knowledge Religion: a man-in-the-moon style graven image of Sharindlar, dwarven goddess of the moon. / DC16 Jeweler: moonstone, onyx, & tabasheer semi-precious stones on silver." | 2% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://wanelo.com/p/10581219/man-in-the-moon-bracelet-with-rainbow-obsidian-white-italian-onyx-and-spotted-feldspar-for-her-for-him

646 | 5000 | 2d4 | 100 | "a copper plate painted in colored oils of a scene of an aged man in armor weeping over a closed stone coffin while seven richly dressed young men are gathered around, some consoling, some whispering, and some creeping closer with daggers behind their backs" | "DC16 Painting: ""True Character of the Heirs,"" by the Gur artisan Doklo Dowdtoc of Athalantar. / DC20 Knowledge History: depiction of King Uthgrael Aumar surrounded by his seven sons at the entombment of his wife, Queen Syndrel." | 1% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Uthgrael_Aumar

647 | 5000 | 2d4 | 100 | a filigree yellow metal belt. It took local craftspeople months to make this belt. The belt has a grape motif on each moveable plate link. | DC16 Metalcraft: silver metal with gold foil of the Shoon Imperium. | 2% as is/100% if known | http://www.busaccagallery.com/gallery_view.php?id=4021&page=photo

648 | 5000 | 2d4 | 100 | a golden ring perpendicularly set with three different sizes of rectangle cut faceted green stones | DC16 Jeweler: green jade fancy stones in gold-leaf on silver. / DC25 Knowledge Local: this ring was stolen from the dragon hoard of Tymofarrar and lost by Deekin Scalesinger before he settled into Neverwinter. | 1% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://toosis.com/products/verticle-three-small-to-large-green-jade-stones-ring

649 | 5000 | 2d4 | 100 | "a golden shield enameled with a scene of an armored warrior riding rampant on horseback, brandishing a curved blade, while enemies flee toward the bottom of the shield. Many castles and maidens are depicted within the border surrounding this scene, presumably possessions won by the warrior." | "DC13 Armorcraft: this shield is both too heavy and too fragile for use as a shield. / DC16 Jeweler: gold metal. / DC27 Knowledge Nobility: a tributory shield to Barrich, Baron Lord of the Inner Sea." | 2% as is/40% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known |

650 | 5000 | 2d4 | 100 | a pair of shiny metal hoop earrings each with a pierced black bead | DC16 Jeweler: black pearl precious stones & gold | as is 10% ea or 30% set/if known 40% ea or 100% set |

651 | 5000 | 2d4 | 100 | a pair of yellow metal bracelets sculpted in the shape of palm fronds curling to touch stem to tip. Hidden hinges and hook & eye clasp allow for easy donning of the bracelets. | DC16 Jeweler: gold of dwarven make. / DC25 Knowledge Local: this item is part of a merchant lord's horde from Sundabar that was lost in the panicked flight to Silverymoon during the attack by Hellgate Keep on Sundabar 1369 DR. | as is 1% ea or 3% set/part known 20% ea or 60% set/if known 40% ea or 100% set | http://www.foxsilver.net/our-work/portfolio/jewelry/palm-leaf-bracelet/

652 | 5000 | 2d4 | 100 | A small leather pouch which contains a set of thin & oddly shaped metal tools. | DC11 Disable Device: thieves' picks and tools. / DC13 Stonecraft: ivory hard stone handles. / DC16 Metalcraft: Masterwork tools that have been lightly varnished to protect them against environmental corrosion. | 1% as is/8% part known/50% mostly known/100% if known |

653 | 5000 | 2d4 | 100 | a soft black hat with a wide brim pinned back on three sides to form three corners. The brim is edged in a stitched brown border and long sandy feathers fan from one of the flaps. | "DC20 Weaving: tri-corner hat of sable fur felt with a pegasus feather ornamentation. / DC18 Search: There are tiny pockets inside the crown of the hat to hide small items (a few coins, choice lock picks, etc…)." | 1% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.medievalcollectibles.com/p-34132-black-felt-pirate-hat-with-ostrich-feather.aspx

654 | 5000 | 2d4 | 100 | "an octagonal table overlaid with finely cut and pierced wood and with a central checkerboard of alternating black & white plaques. The fretwork around the sides have four medallion disks engraved with divine figures infilled with black lacquer highlighting. Meandering floral and leaf patterns decorate the sides, a baluster stem applied with studs, and a base on three zoomorphic carved feet round out the table's features." | DC10 Knowledge Nobility: a chess table meant for manor parlors. / DC16 Woodcraft: sandalwood and ebony wood carved in the Shaar. | 2% as is/60% part known/100% if known |

655 | 5000 | 2d4 | 100 | "an orange metal clad wooden box covered with chased appliques of identical double headed eagles, stylized floral designs, a view of a walled city, and further decorated with colored cabochon inserts. " | "DC15 Knowledge Geography: the gold dwarf holy city of Eartheart. / DC16 Metalcraft: brass metal crafted by the dwarves of the Great Rift. / DC16 Jeweler: waterstar, tremair, tourmaline & alexandrite fancy stones." | 4% as is/20% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | http://www.romanovrussia.com/Russian_Jewelry_Box.html

656 | 5000 | 2d4 | 100 | four irregularly shaped rings that appear similar but are not the same in their wavy/angular loops | DC17 Disable Device: see the pattern & assemble the one ring. / DC16 Jeweler: silver metal puzzle ring of 4 bands. | 1% ea as is/100% set if known |

657 | 5000 | 2d4 | 100 | "three silk brocade tapestries, respectively showing fantastic vistas" | "DC25 Knowledge the Planes: landscapes from the known world, the Feywild, and the Shadowfell" | as is 20% ea or 60% set/if known 30% ea or 100% set |

658 | 5200 | 2d12 | 40 | an open helmet with a full face plate molded in the image of a bearded face with openwork that double as breathing holes. | DC11 Armorcraft: steel full helmet suitable for use with medium & heavy armors. / DC20 Knowledge Local: dwarves of Mirabar still make these functional parade helmets. | 5% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://timeturbine.deviantart.com/art/Details-and-Flaws-409321310

659 | 5280 | 2d10 | 48 | an oil painting of a human in mail armor lifting a crown from the grasp of a moss shrouded skeleton. To the man's left are elves amongst the foliage staring with anger and alarm while to his right are wounded and defeated dwarves gathered in a circle but not looking outwards | "DC13 Painting: ""Left Behind,"" by the Gur artisan Doklo Dowdtoc of Athalantar. / DC20 Knowledge History: symbolic depiction of the rise of Delimbiyran amidst the ruins of Phalorm with the withdrawal of the dwarves and coming conflict with the elves." | 1% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Delimbiyran

660 | 5300 | 2d4 | 106 | "A mirror-polished blade pierces a cabochon black stone rain-guard on this longsword. The blade, crescent shaped crossguard, and hilt have etched coastal scenes with tall-masted ships in full sail." | DC16 Weaponcraft: alchemical silvered longsword of Waterdhavian design. / DC16 Jeweler: jet fancy stone. | 5% as is/30% part known/100% if known |

661 | 5400 | 2d8 | 60 | "a golden metal, lidded round container. The lid has openwork filigree and is adorned with four small white stones and five green cabochons. The sides are chased with rose blooms on vines. Inside are two depressed bins meant to hold something but two shallow for the container. A hole in the bottom matches an unadorned key." | DC13 Disable Device: the key needs to be turned for 10 rounds to prime the device which will play a tune when the lid is opened for as long as the lid is open or 6 rounds of total playtime before needing to be primed again. / DC16 Metalcraft: brass metal of Lantanan design. | 1% as is/25% part known/100% if known | http://www.auntjudysattic.com/product_detail_Powder47.htm

662 | 5400 | 2d8 | 60 | "a gray, patchwork-textured cloak with hood sized for a small humanoid." | "DC11 Weaving: mixed flax & wool, high quality fabrics using gnomish stitching. / DC13 Hide: the color & textures allow the wearer a + 2 circumstance bonus to Hide checks. / DC15 Knowledge Local: a gnomish cloak commonly associated with thieves, brigands, and ne'er-do-wells." | 1% as is/20% part known/40% mostly known/100% if known |

663 | 5400 | 2d8 | 60 | an oil painting of a boy and a girl holding a clawed water bug that has apparently latched a hold of an angry-looking cat's ear. Another bug is under the cat's paw. The children are finely dressed but one of them will surely be scratched soon | "DC16 Painting: ""Two Children Teasing a Cat,"" by the Gur artisan Doklo Dowdtoc of Athalantar" | 1% as is/100% if known |

664 | 5500 | 2d10 | 50 | a chalky stone knife with an ornately engraved cream-colored stone handle. | "DC13 Stonecraft: an unnaturally hard calcified organic stone blade with hyrdophane semi-precious stone handle. / DC16 Knowledge Religion: a sacrificial blade of Karras Stone dedicated to Bhaal, god of Murder." | 1% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://www.realmshelps.net/magic/items/alchemy.shtml

665 | 5500 | 2d10 | 50 | a crescent of red cloth with hood and orphreys of golden thread embroidery. Its ogival carnation design has sprays of stems each bearing a trio of cintamani balls. A central patch depicts a male & female dwarf under a radiant symbol of two interlocking rings. | DC16 Knowledge Religion: a Berronar Truesilver priest's cope. / DC20 Weaving: gold thread & maiden's hair earthsilk of dwarven style. | 1% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://www.nj-pbem.com/data/Gods/dwarvengods/Berronar.htm

666 | 5500 | 2d10 | 50 | "a single transparent, olive-green gem set in a gold scroll set earring" | DC16 Jeweler: peridot precious stone. | 4% as is/100% if known | http://www.karennamarajcollection.com/peridot10

667 | 5500 | 2d10 | 50 | a small white stone statuette of a horned horse. | DC14 Knowledge Arcana: a unicorn sculpture not to be confused as a graven image of Lurue. / DC13 Stonecraft: white jade fancy stone. | 1% as is/40% part known/100% if known |

668 | 5500 | 2d10 | 50 | "a whetstone, set into a handled metal box with removable lid." | DC16 Metalcraft: kheferu iron alloy forged by the Beduin of Anauroch. | 2% as is/100% if known | http://www.realmshelps.net/stores/specialitems.shtml

669 | 5500 | 2d10 | 50 | "a wooden comb with a handle that is gnarled and rooted. Leaves grow from the spine of the comb, green on one side and silver on the other." | "DC12 Knowledge Religion: this is an abomination to Silvanus & nature deities but would be pleasing to necromantic deities. / DC25 Knowledge Nature: living weirwood, which is unheard of since the plant dies when harvested." | 1% as is/20% part known/100% if known | http://www.nj-pbem.com/data/Gods/humangods/Silvanus.htm

670 | 5500 | 2d10 | 50 | "an anklet made from a golden chain and set with transparent, deep violet beads" | DC16 Jeweler: garnet fancy stones on gold chain | 2% as is/100% if known | https://www.etsy.com/listing/228859732/handmade-garnet-anklet-handmade-anklet?ref=market

671 | 5650 | 2d12 | 45 | a black chalk drawing on blue paper of an almost anatomical naked human model but the kegs becoming fish tails. In one muscular arms is a shell pressed to his pursed lips | "DC16 Painting: ""Triton Sounding His Conch Shell,"" by the Gur artisan Doklo Dowdtoc of Athalantar." | 20% as is/100% if known |

672 | 5750 | 2d4 | 125 | "a polished metal mirror with a yellow metal frame, etched with a leaf pattern and inlaid with blue stone flowers" | DC16 Jeweler: blue quartz ornamental stone in gold & polished silver. | 6% as is/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Blue_quartz

673 | 6000 | 2d4 | 120 | a 1qt green glass bottle with a dimly glowing liquid stoppered inside. | DC25 Brewer: aelfengrape wine from Evermeet. | 1% as is/100% if known | http://www.realmshelps.net/magic/items/magicplants.shtml

674 | 6000 | 2d2 | 200 | "a club made of dark varnished wood and set with large, cabochon-cut, green ovals down the length of one side. The wide end of the club flares out into a carved bowl shape and the narrow end has a shiny, yellow metal cap" | DC11 Healing: a peg leg below the knee for a medium humanoid or above the knee for small. / DC16 Jeweler: Kornerupine fancy stones and brass cap. | 1% as is/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Kornerupine

675 | 6000 | 2d4 | 120 | a dozen toasting goblets with metal bases designed to form a heart in the space between two goblets. Crystal grapes hang from the delicately twisting vine-shaped bases. | DC13 Glasswork: crystal flutes of Sarbreen dwarven craft. / DC16 Metalcraft: pewter smithed by dwarves of Runedardath. | 1% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://www.german-toasting-glasses.com/interlocking_heart_goblets/crystal_vine_heart_wedding_glasses.html

676 | 6000 | 2d4 | 120 | a kite shield ringed with metal and studded with a checker pattern of blue & black stones | DC13 Armorcraft: a masterwork large wooden shield with expensive facade. / DC13 Stonecraft: agni mani and bluestone ornamental stones. | 1% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Agni_mani

677 | 6000 | 2d4 | 120 | "a large red gem is set into the center of a golden choker-style necklace of wire design links in the shapes of butterflies, birds, and flowers" | DC16 Jeweler: garnet precious stone in copper of Chessentan style. | 5% as is/100% if known | http://www.aliexpress.com/item-img/2013-New-Arrival-Gold-Charming-Pattern-Artificial-Gemstone-Statement-Choker-Necklace-for-Women/1416610503.html

678 | 6000 | 2d4 | 120 | "a medium oblong box held off the ground by four legs, the cabinet opens to reveal a set of 42 white and black levers and a compartment that has stretched strings." | DC11 Perform: a clavichord | 20% as is/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clavichord

679 | 6000 | 2d4 | 120 | a yellow sculpture of a cat with green stone eyes | DC13 Stonecraft: datchas and aventurine semi-precious stone. | 5% as is/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Datchas

680 | 6000 | 2d4 | 120 | an orange metal ring with lion's head motif set with yellow gemstone eyes | DC16 Jeweler: euclase precious stones in gold metal. | 35% as is/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Euclase

681 | 6250 | 2d4 | 125 | a golden pendant set with smaller purple gems surrounding a white cabochon stone | DC13 Knowledge Religion: bridal pendant venerating Sheela Peryroyl. / DC11 Jeweler: amethyst fancy stones around a pearl fancy stone set in gold | 4% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.artfire.com/ext/shop/product_view/CrystalPearl/3743013/Bridal_pendant_necklace_handmade_pearl_amethyst_purple_lavender/Jewelry/Pendants/Crystal

682 | 6300 | 2d6 | 90 | "a necklace of transparent stones with jade triangles, aquamarine spheres, amber rhomboids, dark blue cylinders, and opaque gold beads. A silk thread can barely be seen past the beading and there is no perceptible beginning, end, or knot to the string permitting only a medium sized humanoid to wear it comfortably" | DC16 Glasswork: crystal craft pioneered by the Netherese before their fall | 10% as is/100% if known | http://baidun.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Necklace2bw-900x598.jpg

683 | 6500 | 2d12 | 50 | "a tiny 4"" vase of dark green glass with an inward folded everted rim, cylindrical neck with a bulge, and long conical body truncated at bottom. Wound spirally from rim to base, marvered into walls, and partially combed into festoons is a white stripe" | DC13 Glasscraft: a Calishite work from the time of Mameluk rule or Seventh Age. / DC11 Knowledge Nobility: Bottle of this shape and size is used for kohl | 2% as is/20% part known/100% if known |

684 | 6600 | 2d4 | 132 | "a medium oblong box held off the ground by four legs, the cabinet opens to reveal a set of 38 white and black levers and a compartment that has stretched strings" | DC11 Perform: a Ottavino | 20% as is/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harpsichord#Ottavino

685 | 7000 | 2d6 | 100 | "a blue-green metal ornamental decoration of woman's face with snakes for hair, two of which are larger and biting a ball from opposite sides to form a handle" | DC16 Metalcraft: bronze applique of Netherese design | 1% as is/100% if known | http://baidun.com/applique-medusa/

686 | 7000 | 2d6 | 100 | "a huge tapestry of coarse woolen threads on sewn-together animal hides. Golden entwining snakes border a scene of a crowned, bearded, noble king spearing a boar from horseback, surrounded by his courtiers. Shining gems fall from the boar's mouth. Nine black doves fly in a circle in the sky overhead" | DC17 Knowledge Nobility: depicted is the Boareskyr family myth. | 5% as is/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Boareskyr

687 | 7000 | 2d6 | 100 | a shiny golden statuette of a mulan human woman dressed regally and gaudilly adorned in jewelry. | "DC11 Knowledge Religion: a graven image of Nephthys, The Lady of Sands. / DC16 Metalcraft: gold metal." | 4% as is/20% part known/100% if known or solved | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Nephthys

688 | 7000 | 2d6 | 100 | a spherical glass bottle with a long neck and wide collar extending like a plate about the lip. The glass has blue rust clinging to the surface in a pattern of splotches but the glass is otherwise an opaque gold | DC16 Glasswork: glass wine bottle of Low Netherese design | 2% as is/100% if known | http://baidun.com/large-roman-glass-bottle/

689 | 7000 | 2d6 | 100 | "a tankard-sized creamy-green stone carving, depicting a comely forest spirit" | DC13 Stonecraft: green jade | 1% as is/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Jade

690 | 7000 | 2d6 | 100 | "a triangular stringed instrument with a clear base, a pillar arm, and a wave shaped neck holding strings crossing the gap to the arm. Molded floral metal plating accent all the flat surfaces and a three metal levers protrude from the foot." | DC11 Perform: it’s a pedalled Full Harp. / DC16 Metalcraft: gold metal flourishes & pedals. | 4% as is/10% part known/100% if known | http://www.paraguayanharps.com/Salvipics/minerva.jpg

691 | 7000 | 2d6 | 100 | a yellow metal torc with contiguous circular designs. | "DC13 Spot: the torc is made of closely interlocked coins of different denominations and nations. / DC16 Metalcraft: gold discs brazed & rolled into a seamless whole. / DC22 Knowledge Religion: a counterfeit of the Torque of Faith, a holy relic of the Tymora's Lady of Favor church in Sevenecho." | 1% as is/20% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Torque_of_faith

692 | 7000 | 2d6 | 100 | an octagonal pipe chased and engraved with scrolling foliage and floral motifs within geometric borders is lashed by 27 metal bands to a smaller metal rod and affixed to a canted wooden handle that has a swollen rounded end. The handle is decorated with silver bands secured with rosettes. A silvery lever is secured by a multitude of metal rosettes and bordered with a rope-twist pattern. | DC16 Metalcraft: alchemical silver & pure silver with mahogany. / DC20 Disable Device: a decorative knob on the rod unscrews to loosen a small rod held in the revealed smaller pipe and the lever is designed to clamp down on a bit and is actually activated by a trigger held flush in the handle. / DC25 Knowledge Arcana: this is a functioning Gondgun. | 2% as is/20% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | http://www.michaelbackmanltd.com/1335.html

693 | 7000 | 2d6 | 100 | "Plate barding for a horse, with rump skirt plates chased in a floral design" | DC16 Metalcraft: blue-steel of Dardathan metallurgy | 30% as is/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/342_DR

694 | 7500 | 2d4 | 150 | "a blue wooden coffer with an inlaid depiction of a dragon in flight on the lid. The hinges, latch, and trimmings are all made of wood." | DC13 Woodcraft: coldwood crafted with Amnian methods. | 2% as is/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Amn

695 | 7500 | 2d4 | 150 | "a convex flask of transparent teal stone with slightly uneven looped handles on either side of the flask’s neck, while the large body below is shaped to an almost perfectly round disc. A pattern of circulating fish swim around the surface of the flask." | DC16 Glasswork: glass pitcher of Low Netherese design | 2% as is/100% if known | http://baidun.com/roman-cobalt-blue-glass-jug/

696 | 7500 | 2d4 | 150 | a golden arrow pattern circlet set with a clear blue gem in the center | DC16 Jeweler: euclase gem in bronze. / DC22 Knowledge History: a Bedine tribal crown from one of the fallen sheiks. | 6% as is/30% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Bedine

697 | 7500 | 2d4 | 150 | a hardwood sword scabbard with black & white stone inlays depicting a night sky. a silver bladed ceremonial long sword has a hilt decorated to match the scabbard | DC16 Weaponcraft: alchemical silver long sword of elven craftsmanship. / DC11 Jeweler: obsidian ornamental stones & moonstone semi-precious stones. | 4% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Moonstone

698 | 7500 | 2d4 | 150 | a white metal ring set with a large gold gemstone surrounded by smaller bluish-white cabochon stones | DC16 Jeweler: orblen and zendalure gem stones in electrum metal. | 2% as is/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Zendalure

699 | 7500 | 2d4 | 150 | a wood and leather 3ft chest that opens in the middle to become a vanity stand with 14 drawers and flip up mirror. | DC11 Woodcraft: cedar wood crafted using Mosstone halfling methods. | 10% as is/100% if known | http://www.jonathancharlesfurniture.com/index.php/en/30/Press + release?print=1&readnews=1&id=58

700 | 7500 | 2d4 | 150 | an aubergine ribbed glass bowl with a flared rim and two incised lines around the body. The glass is otherwise clear though slightly encrusted as though it had been embedded in rock | DC16 Glasswork: Artistic craft of the late Netherese empire | 2% as is/100% if known | http://baidun.com/aubergine-ribbed-glass-bowl/
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501 | 1250 | 2d4 | 25 | a green patina cup with two intertwining serpents comprising the stem and separating at the cup to curve back around the rim. | DC16 Metalcraft: bronze metal of non-human craft. / DC35 Knowledge History: the cup is of Najaran serpent-worshipper origins. | 4% as is/20% part known/100% if known | https://itsallgreek.co.uk/statement-pieces/replica-bronze-serpent-bowl-BO-05

502 | 1250 | 2d4 | 25 | a pink gem with a three intersecting lines of white in the center flanked by black crescents in a black metal triangular pendant | "DC16 Jeweler: star rose quartz semi-precious stone, obsidian ornamental stone, and silver" | 20% as is/100% if known |

503 | 1250 | 2d4 | 25 | a small hammer of mottled gray stone & brassy metal that appears to be too fragile for bludgeoning. | DC16 Search: the hammer's top twists off the handle to reveal a corkscrew. / DC16 Jeweler: fire agate ornamental stone in gold. | 2% as is/80% part known/100% if known | http://www.corkscrewinn.com/corkscrews

504 | 1250 | 2d4 | 25 | a striped-stone bracelet of brown & red inlaid with small pink spiders adorned by asterisks | DC16 Jeweler: star rose quartz semi-precious stones in banded agate ornamental stone | 8% as is/100% if known |

505 | 1250 | 2d4 | 25 | "a yellow metal brooch shaped like an apple, enameled with red & green, and studded with small clear stones simulating a bite taken out of the apple." | DC16 Jeweler: irtios semi-precious stones in electrum. | 4% as is/100% if known | http://www.amazon.com/Teachers-Brooch-Rhinetones-Fashion-Jewelry/dp/B008F4GHBE

506 | 1250 | 2d4 | 25 | "a yellow metal, footed, shallow bowl with raised boss in the centre of a repoussé animal combat scene of three dogs attacking a deer in a floral landscape. The cavetto & exterior of the bowl has deer, birds & lions in cusped arches supported on floral bouquets surrounded by floral vine." | DC16 Metalcraft: silver metal cup of two layers. / DC30 Knowledge History: diplomatic gifts sent from Athalantar to the ruling Obarskyr noble family of Cormyr in the 3rd century DR. | 4% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.christies.com/lotfinder/lot/a-fine-ottoman-repousse-parcel-gilt-silver-wine-5422124-details.aspx

507 | 1250 | 2d4 | 25 | "flat rectangular bars 2 inches thick by 2 inches wide by 10 inches long, of untarnished silver, stamped with a toothed metal cog with four spokes" | DC13 Knowledge Religion: the symbol of Gond. / DC16 Jeweler: silver trade bars worth 25 gp each | 20% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://www.nj-pbem.com/data/Gods/humangods/Gond.htm

508 | 1250 | 2d4 | 25 | "two golden spoon earrings each set with a white-centered, pink stone" | DC16 Jeweler: star rose quartz semi-precious stone in gold | as is 4% ea or 10% set/if known 40% ea or 100% set |

509 | 1250 | 2d4 | 25 | two yellow-brown gems set in worked golden hoop earrings | DC16 Jeweler: citrine semi-precious stone in gold | 2% ea or 5% set as is/40% ea or 100% set if known | https://www.maxandchloe.com/images/product/phptW1307656253.jpg

510 | 1300 | 2d12 | 10 | "a 12ft by 9ft heavy cloth of light blue with a tightly hemmed edge. Geometric patterns in black, white, red, & beige form a Burntwater style design." | DC13 Weaving: wool and cotton rug of Thindolian human design. | 10% as is/100% if known | http://earlycaliforniaantiques.com/large-navajo-rug-blue-a725/

511 | 1300 | 2d12 | 10 | "a finely carved budding rose 12"" long, the leaves are veined green stones and the flower petals speckled blue stones carefully carved into thin shapes. Upon one of the open leaves is a small diamond cut in the shape of a water droplet" | "DC16 Jeweler: electrum metal with greenstone leaves, lapis lazuli petals & zabrina waterdrop ornamental stones." | 10% as is/100% if known | http://www.sadovskyjewelers.com/index.php/component/virtuemart/?page=shop.product_details&product_id=46&flypage=flypage.tpl&pop=0

512 | 1300 | 2d12 | 10 | a lump of yellow glass inside which is a suspended spring rose | DC16 Jeweler: copal amber fancy stone | 10% as is/100% if known |

513 | 1350 | 2d8 | 15 | "a book with soft leather covers and stitched binding holding the collection of vellum pages together. A leather thong binds the book shut when rolled like a scroll. If opened, the pages have many inked words in tightly ligatured blocks." | "Dethek + Damaran: ""The Mysterious Harpers by Alamar Djelmuth,"" a reading reveals organizational practices, personages of note, and safe-havens for the Harpers. / DC15 Knowledge History: This book reveals the methods of operations, captains of the organization, and places to find the Harpers." | 2% as is/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/The_Mysterious_Harpers

514 | 1350 | 2d8 | 15 | a shallow bridge spouted bowl with a flattened base made of red slip ceramic. Six prongs protrude radially from the edge of the bowl’s mouth. One flat handle with three prongs sits opposite from the bowl’s thin bridge spout. | DC13 Claywork: craftsmanship is typical of the Duchy of Indoria | 2% as is/100% if known | http://baidun.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/KB_PT_2910aw-900x598.jpg

515 | 1350 | 2d8 | 15 | "a tiny, oblong, green stone slab with golden feet, trim, and caps covering two holes into the central chamber of the slab. A twin palm frond of gold adorns the front of the slab." | DC11 Bookbinding: an elaborate double inkwell. / DC16 Jeweler: malachite ornamental stone with brass. | 6% as is/80% part known/100% if known | http://www.rauantiques.com/images/products/29-2370/zoom/full/29-2370_2.jpg

516 | 1400 | 2d6 | 20 | "a book with a supple lambskin cover and stitched binding holding the collection of vellum pages together. Embossed into the cover are two circles one within the other and a leather thong binds the book shut. If opened, the pages are each painted with a scene in azure, crimson, and gold, while the letters are started with one beautifully rendered in large strokes of color before continuing in smaller, plainer brown ink text" | "Thorass + Chondathan: ""Manuscript of Her Coming,"" a reading is the instructions given to the Sharran churches of the Sword Coast as contingency plans. / DC15 Knowledge Religion: a view of the apocalypse revealing the end of Selune's dominion and a vision for Shar's new kingdom on Toril." | 5% as is/10% part known/100% if known | http://www.nj-pbem.com/data/Gods/humangods/Shar.htm

517 | 1400 | 2d6 | 20 | "A single bracer made of electrum and worked in mock scales with circular bosses about it, the center of each boss being a claw holding a small (20-gp) bloodstone" | DC16 Armorcraft: alchemical electrum bracer suitable for use with medium & heavy armors. / DC16 Jeweler: bloodstone semi-precious stones. | 5% as is/60% part known/100% if known |

518 | 1400 | 2d6 | 20 | a white slip milk bowl with a single wishbone handle and decorated with a hanging basket pattern in brown. | DC13 Claywork: craftsmanship is typical of the Duchy of Indoria | 5% as is/100% if known | http://baidun.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/KB_PT_9986cw-900x598.jpg

519 | 1500 | 2d4 | 30 | a 6in finely crafted Brass Dragon with purple crystal eyes. It weights about 3 pounds | DC16 Search: its underbelly has a secret compartment / DC16 Jeweler: amethyst fancy stones. | 20% as is/50% part known/100% if known |

520 | 1500 | 2d4 | 30 | "a belt composed of hinged silver squares, inlaid with turquoise" | DC16 Metalcraft: silver metal smithed in Chondathan style. / DC16 Jeweler: turquoise ornamental stones. | 2% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://waddelltradingco.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/MorrisRobinson.jpg

521 | 1500 | 2d4 | 30 | "a blue metal, wasp-waisted, broad bladed dagger, with white stones set into the grip." | DC16 Weaponcraft: alchemical silver pugio broad dagger. / DC16 Jeweler: frost agate ornamental stones. | 2% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://westernleathercraft.com.au/shop/silver-inlaid-melun-pugio.html

522 | 1500 | 2d4 | 30 | "a brassy flexible bracelet with a 1/2 inch groove in which an fine multi-wire braided weave pattern of three distinct channels of yellow, white, and brown metal." | "DC16 Metalcraft: Early Talfirian (pre-Ffolk) design imitated by Western Heartland gnomish smiths. / DC16 Jeweler: brass metal with copper, silver, & gold wire weaves of Ffolk design." | 2% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://www.newagetogo.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=17_74&products_id=4147

523 | 1500 | 2d4 | 30 | "a chess set with board and pieces of lustrous black and white stones. The pieces are carved with armored human infantry for pawns, galley ships for rooks, griffon lancers for knights, guild wizards for bishops, veiled lords for queens, and fat merchants for kings." | DC16 Jeweler: agni mani and frost agate ornamental stones. / DC11 Knowledge Local: the pieces resemble the military and generic political figures of Waterdeep. | 20% as is/60% part known/100% if known |

524 | 1500 | 2d4 | 30 | "a golden cloak clasp, fashioned in two interconnecting parts – a sun and a moon." | DC16 Metalcraft: silver metal of Far Hills dwarven design. | 1% as is/100% if known |

525 | 1500 | 2d4 | 30 | a man-sized long golden tunic with bell sleeves and intricate embroidery is somewhat frayed and age-stained | DC13 Weaving: Cloth-of-gold. / DC13 Knowledge Religion: sakkos vestments marked by symbols of Waukeen. | 20% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://vsemart.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Sakkos.-Russia.-19th-century.-Belonged-to-Filaret-Drozdov-Metropolitan-of-Moscow-and-Kolomna.jpg

526 | 1500 | 2d4 | 30 | a metal drinking stein with a halfling's face carved into the lid. | "DC16 Jeweler: blue zircon semi-precious stones for eyes in silver steins. / DC20 Knowledge History: these steins were commissioned by Bundrigo Dalastarra, a corrupt politician of Ravens Bluff in the Vast." | 1% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Bundrigo_Dalastarra

527 | 1500 | 2d4 | 30 | a pair of supple leather gauntlet-style mittens lined with black fur & a contrasting band of beige fur between the long cuff and the glove. The palm is exposed leather. | DC16 Leathercraft: both winter & summer sable fur on kidskin. | 2% as is/100% if known | http://www.howlingwolffurs.com/mittensandmore/mittens/mittensandmore2.jpg

528 | 1500 | 2d4 | 30 | "a rough, black leather shoulder bag with a leather strap affixed by metal rings and lacing holes to secure the enclosing flap shut." | "DC13 Leathercraft: alligator skin pouch with anti-theft features increases DC to steal by 2. / DC30 Knowledge Local: these bags were made popular by messengers of the Iron Throne by incorporating features that frustrate attempts to snatch, cut, or surreptitiously open the bag in the messengers' charge." | 1% as is/60% part known/100% if known | https://www.flickr.com/photos/88599932@N00/5999245261

529 | 1500 | 2d4 | 30 | a short mace with a shod neck & weighted head etched with floral designs separated by beaded borders. | DC16 Weaponcraft: alchemical silver light mace. / DC25 Knowledge History: dwarven charlatans sold these in the North as mithril weapons of royal quality. | 4% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://arsenalrusse.com/shop/edge-weapon/eastern-european-silver-mace-17-century/

530 | 1500 | 2d4 | 30 | "a small white stone box carved & painted to depict a middle-aged human woman with flowing flaxen hair reclining on a throne in bas relief. Inside the box are many slab plates brightly painted in red, gold, & black." | DC13 Stonecraft: ivory hard stone cards & box. / DC15 Knowledge Religion: a Tymora tarot deck used for fate readings by adherents & pretenders alike. | 2% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.christies.com/lotfinder/lot/thirteen-painted-and-gilded-ivory-4691979-details.aspx?intObjectID=4691979

531 | 1500 | 2d4 | 30 | A well crafted ring appears to be a dragon swallowing its own tail. The scales and wings of the dragon show remarkable detail and the eyes are small gems. | DC16 Jeweler: peridot precious stone in Messemprar crafted gold ring. | 10% as is/100% if known | http://www.jewelrybyemmy.com/img/rings/magic_dragon.jpg

532 | 1500 | 2d4 | 30 | a wheel of 40 carved wooden feathers on a metal & wood hub. | DC13 Woodcraft: maple wood carved in Evereska. / DC20 Knowledge Engineering: a weathervane fan wheel suitable for small water pump work. | 8% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.artslant.com/ew/works/show/295482

533 | 1500 | 2d4 | 30 | a wooden tower shield made from a single plank and carved with a massive face of a crazed sylvan creature filling the surface | "DC13 Armorcraft: fine elvish woodwork. / DC15 Knowledge Religion: graven image of Tappan, the Dancing God of satyrs and the Undying to the korreds." | 20% as is/40% part known/100% if known | https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/98/d0/94/98d0942a5f1f1e424b476aa01c8812bc.jpg

534 | 1500 | 2d4 | 30 | "emerald green tunic with a stand-up collar, black braided trim on the front, fur hems on the edging, & forearm-length fur cuffs. Small black and silver buttons are in each row of the braided trim. The body of the tunic is lined with sheer ivory cloth." | DC13 Weaving: wool tunic with silk lining popular as military dress in Impiltur. / DC13 Leathercraft: mink summer fur | 8% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/MAGNIFICENT-RUSSIAN-TSARIST-MILITARY-TUNIC-MINK-FUR-TRIM-PRE-1935-/331478187268

535 | 1500 | 2d4 | 30 | "scales of carved white stone attached to a thin ebony mount to give the bone support, and gilded metal pans. The crossbar is carved with a pair of addorsed sacred geese (hamsa) figures. The cross bar is suspended from beneath the legs of a squat dwarf figure." | DC13 Stonecraft: ivory & black marble hard stone. / DC20 Knowledge Local: wild dwarves of the Chult peninsula used these when trading anything by weight. | 6% as is/30% part known/100% if known | http://www.michaelbackmanltd.com/2893.html

536 | 1500 | 2d4 | 30 | "two matching golden rings, each set with a red stone" | DC16 Jeweler: star rose quartz semi-precious stones | 2% ea or 5% set as is/40% ea or 100% set if known |

537 | 1500 | 2d4 | 30 | White metal ring with etched weave design | DC16 Jeweler: Illuskan Moonshae design in silver-platinum alloy. | 2% as is/100% if known | http://applesofgold.com/PLAT-CL-E7.html

538 | 1600 | 2d4 | 32 | "a long metal tube with one end open at a 45 degree angle, the other left open, 11 holes running down the length, 1 hole opposite, and ridges lining each opening" | DC11 Perform: a Longhorn (Kaval). / DC16 Metalcraft: silver alloy with fitting joists for easy (dis)assembly. | 5% as is/15% part known/100% if known | http://music.bracker.co/uploads/Whistles/Low-C-B-combo.jpg

539 | 1620 | 2d8 | 18 | an engraving print in black ink trimmed to the plate mark of a slender girl pulling a goliath he-man down kneeling. Behind the two are a young man and woman embraced and looking on the struggle. The he-man is grimacing but the girl is looking back over her shoulder to the couple with a benign expression | "DC10 Knowledge Religion: a depiction of Sune's avatar defeating an incranation of war. / DC13 Painting: ""Love Conquers All,"" by Zam Gurk." | 5% as is/20% part known/100% if known | http://www.nj-pbem.com/data/Gods/humangods/Sune.htm

540 | 1650 | 2d10 | 15 | "an engraving print in black ink trimmed to the plate mark of a distraught human woman looking skyward while a man she is clutching is being pulled from her grasp by an ocean wave filled with toothy sea demons. A close inspection shows the two figures are not quite touching each other, a narrow miss of grasping air and the two figures are standing over a broken crescent moon" | "DC20 Painting: ""Fannel and Tydodines,"" by Zam Gurk. / DC30 Knowledge History: a depiction of the legend of Fannel, a half-elf warned to escape doomed Jhaamdath but was not allowed to save her human son, defied the elven warning and lost her son anyway as well as her elven connection (symbolized by the trod upon symbol of Corellon)." | 2% as is/20% part known/100% if known |

541 | 1690 | 2d12 | 13 | "an engraving print in black ink trimmed to the plate mark of myriad diverse people looking with anticipation, apprehension, disdain, or indifference at a central man holding a block and roller as he strides from a dark cave towards a stair leading into the cloudy sky" | "DC11 Knowledge Religion: a depiction of the pantheon. / DC13 Painting: ""Self Reflection,"" by Zam Gurk as a lampoon of his work reviving older artistic styles and bringing it to world attention and acclaim." | 5% as is/20% part known/100% if known | http://www.nj-pbem.com/data/Gods/humangods/Faerunuan.htm

542 | 1710 | 2d8 | 19 | an engraving print in black ink trimmed to the plate mark of a bearded scholar in the midst of his self-mortification in the wooded wilderness with his head twisted back in agony and surrounded by a halo of light. The books surrounding him are thick tomes of elaborate design but the man wears only a sheet of cloth with no design | "DC16 Painting: ""Penitent Osilli in the Frontier,"" by Zam Gurk. / DC25 Knowledge Religion: a depiction of Osilli of Thaeravel who converted to Silvanus worship and carried the dogma back to the Talfir prior to their fall." | 5% as is/20% part known/100% if known |

543 | 1750 | 2d6 | 25 | "a small, orange metal box engraved with the view of a city full of towers as viewed from above. The sides of the box combine to form streetview scenes that seem to be a complete 360 degree view." | "DC16 Metalcraft: copper metal. / DC20 Knowledge Geography: depicted is the City of a Thousand Spires, Irieabor in the Western Heartlands, and the intersection of the Dusk Road & Trader's Road." | 2% as is/60% part known/100% if known |

544 | 1750 | 2d6 | 25 | a tall spindle flask tapered to small ring base and neck with everted rim. The long handle connects from top of the flask’s body to the neck just below the mouth fully enameled in a deep green hue. | DC16 Glasswork: craftsmanship showing the Netherese style in the Duchy of Indoria | 20% as is/100% if known | http://baidun.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/KB_GL_9975aw-900x598.jpg

545 | 1800 | 2d8 | 20 | "An iron cuirass, scabrous with rust, in the form of a stylized, muscular human torso." | "DC13 Armorcraft: old human craftsmanship, perhaps part of the armor of some Chondathan king. It provides the protection of a normal steel cuirass but is 25% heavier." | 30% as is/100% if known |

546 | 1890 | 2d6 | 27 | "a book with hard leather cover and stitched binding holding the collection of vellum pages together. Embossed into the cover are large runes and a leather thong binds the book shut. If opened, the hundreds of pages pages have figures articulated and natural scenes with the brilliant gold of the sun being a gold leaf upon all the inked and painted illustrations and words. Over 100 pages are richly decorated with keen interest in the natural world and the naturalistic means of representing it." | "Draconic + Loross: ""The Beautiful Hours,"" reading provides directions to venerate the sun. / DC22 Knowledge Religion: a complete book of all the prayers and rituals in the faith of Amaunator, Netherese god of the sun." | 10% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://www.nj-pbem.com/data/Gods/humangods/Amaunator.htm

547 | 1950 | 2d12 | 15 | a purplish ring beaten to resemble a long snake with red stone eyes coiling about the wearer's finger | DC16 Jeweler: two tiny ruby jewels in rose gold (copper-gold alloy) | 30% as is/100% if known |

548 | 2000 | 2d4 | 40 | "a black velvet roll reveals vellum pages held together by a silvery pin through the sheets and shaped into a wheel with gilded lettering along the visible edges). The wheel is multilayered and has an array of windows that reveal symbols and pictures. The bottom layer has a listing of numbers, the next has more numbers, the next has dates, and the final has more numbers. Turning the dials reveals through the windows a beautifully rendered image of an animal, a yellow or blue circle/semicircle, some sort of triangle, and a feature on the head (nose, eye, or ear)" | "DC13 Knowledge Arcana: Volvelle. / DC16 Knowledge Nature + Thorass: recognize a hunting guide for every region based on longitude, latitude, and time of year to hunt the specific animal to feed the number in a party, at what time of day or night, with what type of arrowhead, and what would prematurely spook the beast. / DC13 Knowledge Geography: grant oneself + 5 to Survival checks for hunting food." | 5% as is/20% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known |

549 | 2000 | 2d4 | 40 | "a bottle of opaque, creamy-green glass with molded lizards on either side meant to be hand holds for easier grip of the bottle. " | DC11 Stonecraft: carved from a single piece of green serpentine semi-precious stone | 2% as is/100% if known | http://ancientpoint.com/inf/15692-worth_collecting_chinese_antique_green_jade__dragon__snuff_bottle.html

550 | 2000 | 2d4 | 40 | "a dark brown leather tube, tiny bracer, & thonged thimble-sized pouch are identically trimmed with embossed patterns." | "DC13 Leathercraft: alligator and rothe skin products. / DC11 Weaponcraft: a quiver, inner armguard suitable for use with light or no armor, and a stringkeeper." | 1% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://leatherwall.bowsite.com/tf/lw/thread2.cfm?threadid=172682&CATEGORY=9

551 | 2000 | 2d4 | 40 | a golden belt buckle of a ram’s head side profile with a dark blue stone eye. | DC16 Jeweler: ion semi-ornamental stone in gold. | 1% as is/100% if known | http://www.christopher-ross-collection.com/products/ram

552 | 2000 | 2d4 | 40 | a gray metal multi-strand chain belt with hook & eye closure with two identical bracelets. | DC16 Jeweler: silver metal of dwarven craft | 1% as is/100% if known | http://www.lanebryant.com/plus-size-accessories/new-arrivals/multilink-chain-belt/15834c21310p221469/index.pro

553 | 2000 | 2d4 | 40 | "a grey incense burner, carved to resemble an angel in supplication with wings swept forward to enclose a small bowl. The bowl is scored with black char & stuck ash." | "DC13 Stonecraft: setin spar ornamental stone ruined by a gray-green dye. / DC16 Knowledge Religion: incense burner for worship of Aerdrie Faenya, the Winged Mother, of the elven pantheon." | 1% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://www.figuren-shop.de/gothic-shop/en/Ornaments/Candle-Holder/More/Dark-Angel-Tealight-Holder-Dark-Prayer::10056.html

554 | 2000 | 2d4 | 40 | "a head covering of long, straight, black hair weighted with shiny black and turquoise beads. The hair is square cut at the bangs and centered by a beaded skull cap with a coil of gold wound around the top with one end raised and wrought into the shape of a hooded serpent" | DC15 Knowledge Nobility: a wig signifying a minor Mulhorrandi noble. | 5% as is/100% if known | http://www.costumeideas.com/beaded-cleopatra-headband.html

555 | 2000 | 2d4 | 40 | "a hexagonal metal lantern with lancet arched window panes, chased leaf patterns, and vented onion dome top." | DC16 Metalcraft: silver metal with lead glass panes. | 1% as is/100% if known |

556 | 2000 | 2d4 | 40 | "a large, milky white, cabochon oval stone is set into a tarnished metal armband etched with spade shapes of knotwork designs of leafy vine curls bordered by braised ropes of wire." | DC15 Knowledge Local: the embellishments are Ffolk design of the Moonshae Isles. / DC16 Jeweler: hydrophane semi-precious stone in silver. | 1% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/new-arrive-beautiful-Tibet-silver-black-jade-bracelet-fashion-jewelry-014/908960_1074991043.html

557 | 2000 | 2d4 | 40 | a long dagger with a wide blade and thick cylinder disks at the guard and pommel. Inset into the pommel is an openwork snowflake design and the thin wooden handle has a pineapple rind-like grip. | "DC11 Knowledge Religion: the inset pommel piece is the symbol of the Cold Goddess, Auril. / DC11 Weaponcraft: rondel dagger of Ironstar Mountain dwarven craft." | 1% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.myarmoury.com/feature_spot_rondel.html

558 | 2000 | 2d4 | 40 | "a red stone, stoppered, bottle carved with floral patterns over repeated fretwork patterns." | DC13 Stonecraft: red coral not good enough to count as fancy stone. | 1% as is/100% if known | http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Collectible-Gemstone-Coral-Carved-Fish-Snuff-Bottle/32268772967.html

559 | 2000 | 2d4 | 40 | a rock crystal studded fox fur lining a wooden chest with golden fittings containing six matching crystal goblets. The goblets are etched with a trailing leaf garland design. | DC16 Leathercraft: Archtassel made wooden chest lined with Brethyl Fur. / DC13 Glasswork: Sembian blown glass flutes. | 5% as is/50% part known/100% if known | https://us.amara.com/products/country-garland-goblet

560 | 2000 | 2d4 | 40 | "a set of small shiny gauntlets with golden knuckle dusters and individually articulated fingers. Diagonal ridges make patterns on the back of the hand, finger, & forearm plates." | DC13 Armorcraft: metal gauntlets suitable for use with medium & heavy armors crafted by gnomish smiths of Doblunde. | 10% as is/100% if known | http://www.armabohemia.cz/imgnew/armures/zbroje/pt8v3.jpg

561 | 2000 | 2d4 | 40 | a shabby leather herbal pouch with a carved bone toggle catch and large purple stone surrounded by rings of worn and missing beading | DC13 Stonecraft: boar tusk ivory hard stone. / DC16 Jeweler: amethyst fancy stone. | 1% as is/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Ivory

562 | 2000 | 2d4 | 40 | a silvery mirror-smooth finished open-ended tube with eight holes starting two thirds down its length and one large bore hole at the other end in-line. | DC11 Perform: a flute. / DC16 Metalcraft: silver metal. | 3% as is/70% part known/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flute

563 | 2000 | 2d4 | 40 | a small black statuette of a rearing stallion | DC16 Jeweler: jet fancy stone | 1% as is/100% if known | http://www1.bloomingdales.com/shop/product/lalique-kazak-horse-sculpture-black?ID=607047

564 | 2000 | 2d4 | 40 | "a small leather book binding opens to reveal three thin plates of copper shaped into a wheel, fastened together by a brass rivet, with lettering along the visible edges. The plates are elaborately engraved and enameled with bright colors of blue, gold, and red. The three plates slide easily independent of each other around their riveted brass axis. The top layer has Thorassic lettering in gold but only of two letters repeating ""a"" and ""b."" The middle layer has crimson lettering in Draconic but segregated to not form words. The final layer has azure numbering in Draconic that counts up to 99 which lines up holes of windows to reveal a rune. The wheels are very precise with crafted grooves and catches that audibly click and lock into place" | "DC13 Knowledge Arcana: Volvelle. / DC13 Decipher Script: recognize a cipher that, knowing Thorass + Dethek + Draconic, allows the user a + 10 competence bonus to DC of future coded messages)." | 10% as is/100% if known |

565 | 2000 | 2d4 | 40 | a small metal box of beautiful prismatic inlaid stone and a red wood liner. | DC11 Woodcraft: rosewood liner. / DC13 Stonecraft: iris agate hard stone sheets. / DC16 Metalcraft: silver metal. | 5% as is/40% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known | http://earlycaliforniaantiques.com/mexican-silver-abalone-vintage-box-m263/

566 | 2000 | 2d4 | 40 | a small scabbard inlaid with a checker pattern of blue & white squares | DC13 Weaponcraft: the stone inlay of the scabbard keeps the stored weapon of short sword size or smaller sharp. / DC16 Jeweler: turquoise & sharpstone ornamental stones. | 2% as is/50% part known/100% if known |

567 | 2000 | 2d4 | 40 | "a tapered bladed sword coming to an acute point etched with flame patterns, bearing a deep red stone in the pommel. A ricasso, or unsharpened section, is at the base inside the c-shaped guard." | DC11 Weaponcraft: a cut-and-thrust sword equivalent to a longsword. / DC16 Jeweler: jargoon fancy stone. | 10% as is/50% part known/100% if known |

568 | 2000 | 2d4 | 40 | "an oil painting of a large, sprawling, snow covered city that spills past its walls with an enclosed harbor full of ships in the shadow of a mountain" | DC13 Painting: a Ruben Delgaug painting. / DC20 Knowledge Geography: cityscape of Waterdeep in winter. | 5% as is/10% part known/100% if known |

569 | 2000 | 2d4 | 40 | matching rugs of differing colors but the same square compartment patterns with gul motifs | DC11 Weaving: Turmish make | 3% as is/100% if known |

570 | 2000 | 2d4 | 40 | This shiny device is a disk of interwoven glass tubes in a pivoted pottery clam shell holder capped by an open pipe exposing the topmost reed openings | "DC13 Disable Device: When placed in wind the action of the air whistles through the tubes and the disk spins to change the reeds, creating a tune. / DC13 Perform: Songwheels of the Serpent Hills made by Sembian glassblowers based on devices found in ruins of the Serpent Hills" | 5% as is/40% part known/100% if known |

571 | 2100 | 2d6 | 30 | "a book with a stiff hide cover and sewn leather spine holding the collection of paper pages together. The cover is painted with yellow letters. If opened, the 20 pages have blocks of many words" | "Thorass + Illuskan: ""The Black Spur,"" a reading is a curiously stilted work of fiction purporting to recount the disputes, intrigues, and romances within the sprawling, luxurious household of a fictional noble family of Waterdeep. Has no significance to value. / DC20 Bookbinding: rumored to contain spell fragments, known collectors have been murdered or disappeared, no two copies of this chapbook were alike with paragraphs or individual lines added, omitted, or altered. Many rich and powerful in Waterdeep are seeking copies of this chapbook." | 1% as is/100% if known and sold in Waterdeep |

572 | 2100 | 2d6 | 30 | "a painting of wooded mountain slopes to either side of a river valley done in oil paint. The sky is orange and yellow, the colors of sunrise or sunset" | "DC15 Knowledge Geography: the location is the Sunset Mountains South of Anauroch. / DC20 Painting: the style is late Netherese, perhaps by Sig Jenperjes." | 5% as is/10% part known/100% if known |

573 | 2100 | 2d6 | 30 | "an engraving print in black ink trimmed to the plate mark of a muscular human warrior carrying an old man over his shoulder, shielding a child under his cloak and halding out his hand to a falling woman as the are fleeing through the streets of a burning city filled with dead bodies and toppling buildings" | "DC16 Painting: ""Flight of Loak's Legacy,"" by Zam Gurk. / DC25 Knowledge Local: myth of Loak the Myrmidon who abandoned the futile defense of Shavinar to rescue his family and fled to start a new nation as foretold by the shade of Talfir prince (Iriaebor?)." | 5% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/277_DR

574 | 2200 | 2d10 | 20 | a black leather bound wooden scabbard with metal throat and chape fittings. The stitching forms four sets of concentric diamond patterns with four clear gemstones at their centers. | DC11 Leathercraft: sturgeon fish skin. / DC16 Jeweler: hambergyle semi-precious stones. | 1% as is/60% part known/100% solved |

575 | 2200 | 2d10 | 20 | "a matching set of earrings, necklace, & bracelet with large oval & round layered white/pink beads, clear crystal spacers, metal bead caps, and adjustable toggle clasps" | DC16 Jeweler: hambergyle semi-precious stone spacers between the large Rhodochrosite ornamental stones with silver joiners. | 5% as is/100% if known | http://www.sterlingjewelrystores.com/sterling-silver-Rhodochrosite-Crystal-Necklace-Set.html

576 | 2200 | 2d10 | 20 | a vellum scroll 3ft x 4ft that unrolls to reveal drawings of ships in various states of sail. | "DC13 Painting: ""Sailing the Fallen Stars"" by Dornegan Cooper. / DC16 Sailor: a recognition chart of the war & merchant ship types currently used on the inner seas." | 5% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://hispanofilipino.comoj.com/ExpoManila/p5ima12.jpg

577 | 2250 | 2d8 | 25 | a golden ring with raised shoulder & bezel ajoure designs of a double nautilus cross-section on each face except the single designs on the sides. | DC16 Jeweler: gold smithed by Chessentan artisans. | 4% as is/100% if known | http://www.luxurybazaar.com/items/itemid_143596_18K_Yellow_Gold_Openwork_Seashell_Ring.html

578 | 2250 | 2d8 | 25 | a pair of orange metal earrings with a large honey yellow gems hanging from a floral pivot | DC16 Jeweler: brandeen fancy stone in Unthalass crafted gold earring | as is 10% ea or 30% set/if known 40% ea or 100% set | http://image0-rubylane.s3.amazonaws.com/shops/ferozasjewelry/00450.3L.jpg?32

579 | 2450 | 2d6 | 35 | "a large (2'x3'x4"") book of metal plates bound by silvery rings and with scored wooden covers. If the book is opened, the 100 plate pages appear empty." | "DC16 Metalcraft: the plates are electrum and many show wear and scoring that would not happen to magical metal (not the Tome of the Unicorn). / DC20 Knowledge Arcana: Legends claim that the Tome of the Unicorn was once made by the mage-king of Iltkazar, His Majesty, the most-Mighty Emperor Shoon VII of the Shoon Empire, and the book contains many unique spells, including means to create a permanent gate between planes of existence, the means to construct golem armies, and necromantic spells that could animate & control whole graveyards of undead soldiers." | 10% as is/40% part known/100% if known |

580 | 2500 | 2d4 | 50 | "A 3' by 5' tapestry depicting a sunny, forest glade, while the other side depicts the same glade as seen in the moonlight." | DC13 Weaving: woolen tapestry of Moonsea cultural origin. | 10% as is/100% if known |

581 | 2500 | 2d4 | 50 | A brass bottle shaped like a spired tower with an onion-shaped top and stamped with a seal at the base. The bottle is uncomfortably hot to the touch and sloshes with hidden liquid | "DC13 Knowledge the Planes: Seal of the City of Brass' Grand Sultan in the Plane of Fire. / DC20 Knowledge Arcana: The seal of the bottle is keeping the contents piping hot but breaking the seal releases the magic. / DC11 Profession Winemaker: Efreeti Wine, exported from Calimshan, is a brown wine of many flavors that changes from sip to sip." | 2% as is/10% part known/40% mostly known/100% if known |

582 | 2500 | 2d4 | 50 | "a bright yellow belcher chain and pendant with a bezel set, rose-colored cabochon stone. Geometric engraved details are etched into the bezel." | DC16 Jeweler: Angel's Skin fancy stone in electrum | 4% as is/100% if known | http://www.rubylane.com/item/510967-AHx20-x20Angelx20Coralx20Pendant/LARGE-Angel-Skin-CORAL-Pendant-14K

583 | 2500 | 2d4 | 50 | a brocade tapestry depicting beautiful maidens and men at a fountain in a formal garden. Parallel borders run vertically to frame the scene decorated with flowers and fruits. | "DC16 Weaving: silk, wool, and gold thread cloth. / DC22 Knowledge Religion: the scene shown is the Heartwarder Conclave at Ordulin in Sembia 1008 DR." | 4% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.kodner.com/archives2012.htm

584 | 2500 | 2d4 | 50 | "a cameo of a noblewoman, rendered from green jade and set into a filigreed silver pendant" | "DC16 Jeweler: green jade fancy stone in silver. / DC20 Knowledge Local: the cameo is of Marisong Hawkins, a singer who gained fame and a social following in Westgate though her murder in 511 DR was a shock." | 8% as is/50% part known/100% if known | https://www.zibbet.com/123gemstones/chunky-green-jade-victorian-style-cameo-necklace

585 | 2500 | 2d4 | 50 | a casket of open-work metal panels revealing a pink & blue cloth liner with cord edging. The borders of the slightly domed lid how are filled with foliate scrolling open-work. Small roundels are worked into the sides of the box inset with multi-colored stones. The panels are fitted together using dovetail joints. | "DC13 Weaving: Calishite mussel silk or ""fish wool"" silk. / DC11 Jeweler: the stones are glass with painted foil coloring the ""gems."" No significance to value. / DC16 Metalcraft: brass metal of early Luiren halfling design." | 8% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.michaelbackmanltd.com/1084.html

586 | 2500 | 2d4 | 50 | a delicate yellow metal necklace smithed to look like mistletoe connected by vines with tiny mistletoe berries of white metal | DC16 Jeweler: gold & silver crafted by Korbus Brightjewel of Daggerford | 4% as is/100% if known | http://www.stylesdesign.co.uk/userimages/Gold%20Necklace%201.jpg

587 | 2500 | 2d4 | 50 | a flat board of black wood on which tiny white stones are sporadically embedded with lines intersecting them in odd patterns. | DC15 Knowledge Arcana: a map of the constellations. / DC16 Jeweler: hyaline ornamental stones. | 1% as is/40% part known/100% solved |

588 | 2500 | 2d4 | 50 | a metal barrel (corney keg) filled with a foul smelling liquid. | DC13 Brewer: a honey malt made from ambrosia by the Galena Mountain dwarves. | 1% as is/100% if known |

589 | 2500 | 2d4 | 50 | a necklace of 20 spaced blue beads strung on a golden chain. | "DC15 Knowledge Religion: prayer beads used in worship of the Triad (Tyr, Torm, & Ilmater). / DC16 Jeweler: azurite & turquoise ornamental stones on gold chain." | 1% as is/60% part known/100% solved | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/The_Triad

590 | 2500 | 2d4 | 50 | a pair of vambraces etched intertwining patterns of autumnal leaves | DC11 Leathercraft: rothe leather bracers suitable for use with light armors. / DC29 Knowledge Local: Evereskan Tomb Guards used to wear these as a part of their uniform until the 12th century DR. | 2% as is/20% part known/100% if known | http://wanelo.com/p/9685305/autumn-leaves-leaf-embossed-antique-dark-brown-leather-archery-arm-guard-bow-bracer-larp

591 | 2500 | 2d4 | 50 | a set of 8in golden sticks terminated in metal with mottled dark green and red stone spheres. | DC25 Knowledge Nobility: Hairsticks worn by ladies of the court from Calimshan to Kara-Tur. / DC16 Jeweler: bloodstone semi-precious stones in silver mounts on gilded rods. | 2% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.barefootmaiden.com/sites/barefootmaiden.indiemade.com/files/imagecache/node-gallery-display/bloodstone.jpg?th=paper&bg=FFFFFF

592 | 2500 | 2d4 | 50 | "an off kilter device, this brown metal (bronze) and laquered wood construct has a flat base upon which a board is attached by a gradiant easel for changing its inclination. A brass disc with Thorassic lettering inside rule measures is bolted in place on the board with another disc of brass levered by a brass stand whose base is an arm that is apparently shifted by a tab with an arrow pointing to the Thorrasic lettering of the base disc. The second disc has larger rule measures and the Thorassic lettering seems to compose equally spaced words. Rising from the center of the second disc is a stand upon which a vertical disc is held. Attached to but spaced by bolts an inch off the plate is a half plate. The full plate has rule measures and Thorrasic lettering around the disc while the half plate has radiant lines. Attached to the half plate is a free swinging metal rod with a pointed weight" | DC5 Disable Device: figure out how to assemble/collapse the over 2 foot tall device. DC16 Knowledge Arcana: its a Torquetum | 2% as is/20% part known/100% if known | http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Torquetum

593 | 2500 | 2d4 | 50 | an orange metal amulet with runes encircling a lustrous metallic-black cabochon stone | DC16 Jeweler: samarskite semi-precious stone in gold. | 2% as is/100% if known | http://www.angelpaths.com/apshop/images/big/BG02.jpg

594 | 2500 | 2d4 | 50 | an ordinary straw-packed wooden crate inside which are 132 pieces (a complete service for 12) of white porcelain with yellow floral designs surrounding white orb scenes of strangely leafed trees | DC11 Claywork: Shou porcelain | .25% porcelain piece/3% service set/50% set/x2 known |

595 | 2500 | 2d4 | 50 | four matching white metal goblets withgold lining the inside. Molded and detailed into the surface of the goblets are leaf motifs and dandelions budding into small blue cabochons set around the cup and foot. | DC16 Metalcraft: Elven silversmithing of Evereskan make. / DC16 Jeweler: disthene ornamental stone in silver with gold plating. | as is ea 1% or set 5%/part known ea 10% or set 50%/if known ea 20% or set 100% | http://eliedesign.com/product/131

596 | 2800 | 2d6 | 40 | "a tablet of cream-speckled, dark red stone etched with many lines of lettering." | "Thorass + Illuskan: instructions for hunting practices and directions for the followers of the ""Black-Blooded Pard"" to rectify certain problems. / DC13 Stonecraft: epidote ornamental stone carved and smoothed by claws, not tools or craft. / DC25 Knowledge Religion: a holy decree that applied to all priests of Malar, known as the Gospel of Saernclaws." | 1% as is/5% part known/40% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Gospel_of_Saernclaws

597 | 3000 | 2d4 | 60 | A gold bracelet set with pearls. The pearls are worked as to appear to be the buds of the flowers that the gold is shaped in | DC16 Jeweler: yellow pearl fancy stones with mother of pearl hard stone chips in gold. / DC20 Knowledge Local: dwarves gift these to the mothers of the family to venerate the nurturing of the young. | 3% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://guide.alibaba.com/shop/14ct-yellow-gold-white-mother-of-pearl-flower-bracelet_3407863.html

598 | 3000 | 2d4 | 60 | "a golden torque shaped in the form of interlaced vines, set with a dozen green small leaves carved from green stone." | DC16 Jeweler: chrysoprase semi-precious stones in electrum. | 1% as is/100% if known |

599 | 3000 | 2d4 | 60 | a handful of shiny gray metal goins minted with a grinning dwarven face on one side and a simple runic strike on the other | "Dethek: the number ""1."" No significance to value. / DC15 Knowledge Religion: the face of Vergadain, the Laughing God. / DC16 Metalcraft: mithral metal." | 1% as is/4% part known/100% if known | http://www.nj-pbem.com/data/Gods/dwarvengods/Vergadain.htm

600 | 3000 | 2d4 | 60 | "a large oval 2ft by 1ft platter of white & yellow metal embossed and chased with a few spiral scrolls with large, puffy, liner shaded leaves." | Metalcraft: silver metal with gold embellishments. | 1% as is/100% if known |
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401 | 600 | 2d4 | 12 | a pair of stacking clay tubs with side-mounted door apertures and a ceramic lid all shod with bronze etched with symbols. | DC13 Alchemy: a Furnace of Arcana necessary for advanced alchemy workshops / Thorass + Cormanthan: instructions for use to boil and capture liquids | 5% as is/50% part known/100% if known |

402 | 600 | 2d4 | 12 | a purple tinged metal torc bypass bracelet which terminates in curl-horned rams’ heads. The bracelet has fine filigree in the appearance of chain link between the heads | DC16 Jeweler: electrum metal craft of calishite origin. / DC20 Knowledge History: armlet worn by wandering freemen of the Shoon empire to signify availability as bondsmen. | 5% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.busaccagallery.com/userfiles/cache/000/005/619/5619_19535_med.jpg

403 | 600 | 2d4 | 12 | "a rich red, soft sitting pillow bordered by gold sari-style borders." | DC16 Weaving: silk cloth case with down feather stuffing. | 5% as is/100% if known | http://www.monsooncraft.com/pillow-covers/art-silk-pillow-covers/burgundy-art-silk-pillow-covers.html

404 | 600 | 2d4 | 12 | a salt cellar made of ornately carved pewter shaped like a slumbering mastiff with a cork stopper in the bottom | no secrets. | 100% as is |

405 | 600 | 2d4 | 12 | "a small pear-shaped stringed instrument with a flat-backed hollow body, grilled hole, flat-necked fretted fingerboard, 10 strings, and mechanical tuning." | DC11 Perform: a cittern | 20% as is/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cittern

406 | 600 | 2d4 | 12 | "a tear-drop shaped stringed instrument with a deep round-backed hollow body, a grilled hole, a flush mounted fretboard, and a perpendicular pegbox. Delicate tracery and painted lines adorn the thin wood." | DC11 Perform: a lute | 30% as is/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lute

407 | 600 | 2d4 | 12 | "a trapezoidal stringed instrument, this device has two bridges suspending 15 twinned strings over the spruce sounding board and a pair of oak wood hammers" | DC11 Perform: a dulcimer | 20% as is/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hammered_dulcimer

408 | 630 | 2d8 | 7 | netting of purple & gold braided threaded with dozens of tiny clappered chimes knotted into the cross threads of the netting. Shaking out the netting reveals a slender shape of a medium-sized humanoid body. | DC11 Weaving: wool & horsehair overdress meant to be worn over clothing. / DC16 Perform: a dancers costume meant to play chime pleasantly dancing in specific motions. / DC20 Knowledge Local: a Web-of-Bells costume originating in Thay. | 10% as is/40% part known/80% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Web-of-bells

409 | 650 | 2d12 | 5 | "a figure eight shaped stringed instrument with a curve-backed hollow body, 2 long holes on either side of the 4 strings, and fingerboard extending below the neck" | DC11 Perform: a Viola | 20% as is/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viola

410 | 650 | 2d12 | 5 | "a hollow-bodied stringed instrument with square shape, but one side is rounded, an open hole, and 29 strings 4 of which over fretted a fingerboard" | DC11 Perform: a Zither | 20% as is/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zither

411 | 650 | 2d12 | 5 | a large covered stein carved from pink crystal. Three lines of letters are carved on the handle | "Thorass + Illuskan ""Never with your good arm raising ale, never switch when you should fail, heed these words and you be hale,"" has no significance to value. / DC16 Jeweler: rose quartz semi-precious stone." | 75% as is/100% if known |

412 | 650 | 2d12 | 5 | "a small figure eight shaped stringed instrument with a curve-backed hollow body, 2 long holes on either side of the 4 strings, and fingerboard extending below the neck" | DC11 Perform: a Violin | 20% as is/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Violin

413 | 650 | 2d12 | 5 | "a small pear-shaped stringed instrument with a flat-backed hollow body, grilled hole, flat-necked fretted fingerboard, 6 paired strings, and mechanical tuning" | DC11 Perform: a bandore | 20% as is/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bandora_(instrument)

414 | 650 | 2d12 | 5 | "a small triangle shaped stringed instrument with a flat-backed hollow body, a grilled hole, and 15 strings" | DC11 Perform: a Triangle Psaltery | 20% as is/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psaltery

415 | 650 | 2d12 | 5 | "a trapezoidal stringed instrument with a flat-backed hollow body, a grilled hole, and 9 paired strings" | DC11 Perform: a Square Psaltery | 20% as is/100% if known & maintained | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psaltery

416 | 650 | 2d12 | 5 | an orange metal ring of twisted & soldered wires set with a red & white banded stone | DC16 Jeweler: sardonyx semi-precious stone in gold. | 40% as is/100% if known | https://www.etsy.com/listing/222713788/banded-red-agate-ring-size-55-statement?ref=market

417 | 650 | 2d12 | 5 | two long pieces of bone split from a single shape of a narrow rectangle with rounded edges. A set of metal rings are attached by studs to the bones at uneven intervals but perfectly paired with each other. The bone has a polished surface that is scratched and worn along the sides holding the rings as if great wear was restricted there. | DC16 Weaving: invalid corset busk which was inserted into cloth corsets to withstand the stress of lacing and evenly distributing the tension across the entire length of the corset | 20% as is/100% if known |

418 | 660 | 2d10 | 6 | "a book with a buckskin cover & sewn leather spine holding the collection of paper pages together. The cover has gilt lettering in mannish script &, if opened, 70 full pages of similar script." | "Thorass + Tuigan: ""Yanitsava,"" with writings about all things having their balance. / DC15 Bookbinding: a book copy made by the scribes of Candlekeep. / DC25 Knowledge Religion: the Yanitsava was a holy book of the Padhran religion." | 5% as is/20% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Yanitsava

419 | 660 | 2d10 | 6 | "a conical stem footed, wide & shallow metal cup with decorative floral scrolling around its circumference." | DC16 Metalcraft: pewter metal of Kara-tur's Tabot craftsmanship. | 5% as is/100% if known | http://www.asia.si.edu/collections/singleObject.cfm?ObjectNumber=F1929.16

420 | 700 | 2d6 | 10 | "a large figure eight shaped stringed instrument with a flat-backed hollow body, 2 long holes on either side of the 6 strings, and fretted fingerboard extending below the neck" | DC11 Perform: a Viol | 20% as is/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viol

421 | 700 | 2d6 | 10 | a painted doll with curly brown hair and dressed in elaborately cut and stitched clothes. The face is styled on a human model with calishite features and the features of the doll are detailed with painted nails and fine jewelry molded into the porcelain | DC11 Claywork: bone porcelain of Calishite make | 1% as is/100% if known |

422 | 700 | 2d6 | 10 | a round silver object fashioned to look like an acorn engraved with a false wood grain in the cap and oak leaves on the slightly flattened faces of the nut. A silver bar is attached to a red cloth strip that is dispensed out of a vertical hole on the nut | "DC11 Disable Device: The strip may be pulled out, causing the cap to rotate, until it reaches 6 feet with the cloth having writing on its surface." | 30% as is/100% if known |

423 | 700 | 2d6 | 10 | a stoppered bottle carved from yellow crystal to look like the head of a grinning bearded dwarf | "DC16 Jeweler: dwarf crafted Yellow Fluorspar. / DC25 Knowledge History: a depiction of Immar Fardelver, dwarven artist of Gauntlgrym fame." | 20% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Gauntlgrym

424 | 700 | 2d4 | 14 | glazed white plates with large finely detailed gamecocks painted under the finish and a spiraling rippling of the surface beneath the plate | DC11 Claywork: Iriaeban-alabaster porcelain which is much sought after | 1% as is/100% if known |

425 | 720 | 2d8 | 8 | a tiny silvery triangular plate etched with swooping letters around a crescent moon made of arcane symbols. Each point of the triangle has shiny chains attached with the two at the base connecting to form a circle and the last chain connecting to a silver ring that has more swooping symbols | DC15 Knowledge Religion: an Elven slave hand signifying the wearer as property of Corellon. The base chains are forged around the wrist while the last chain is soldered around the finger to fix the plate prominently on the back of the hand. / DC16 Jeweler: silver worked in elvish fashion. | 5% as is/20% part known/100% if known | http://www.jmdana.es/varios/SG05.jpg

426 | 750 | 2d4 | 15 | a 5ft mirror framed with ornately-carved brown wood | DC11 Woodcraft: black walnut Sembian styled molding. | 8% as is/100% if known | http://www.reproductions.co.uk/mirror-frames/180-large-ornate-gilt-silver-walnut-wall-mirror-56-x-43.html

427 | 750 | 2d4 | 15 | a blue damask brocade tunic with dark blue edging and white trim. | DC13 Weaving: silk cloth. | 4% as is/100% if known | http://daisyviktoria.deviantart.com/art/Blue-Brocade-Viking-Tunic-306786201

428 | 750 | 2d4 | 15 | a braided cascade chain necklace of interwoven orange and yellow metal | DC16 Jeweler: gold & silver of Sembian craft | 20% as is/100% if known | http://ep.yimg.com/ca/I/yhst-82597715119744_2268_3025775890

429 | 750 | 2d4 | 15 | a golden egg-shaped container on a stemmed foot and with a crowned finial to handle the lid. German scrollwork is still barely visible across the entire surface of the object. | DC16 Metalcraft: gilded silver of Untheric design. | 6% as is/100% if known | http://www.asia.si.edu/explore/asia/silkroad/silverGallery.asp

430 | 750 | 2d4 | 15 | a gray metal short chain set with five stones | "DC16 Jeweler: turquoise ornamental stone in silver. / DC11 Knowledge Nobility: anklet worn by slaves, bonded dancers, and indentured servants." | 5% as is/20% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Turquoise

431 | 750 | 2d4 | 15 | "a helmet fashioned with clawed bat-wings and characteristic dragon throat scale motifs. A loose knotwork design is inlaid into the helmet on the facing plates, forehead, and back of the neck." | DC13 Leathercraft: leather helmet suitable for use with light & medium armors made by wood elves from black bear skin & inlaid with golden snakeskin of the Misty Forest | 4% as is/100% if known | http://princearmory.com/gallery/

432 | 750 | 2d4 | 15 | "a hollow-bodied stringed instrument with trapezoidal shape, but one side is rounded, an open hole,42 strings 6 of which over fretted fingerboard, and an extension to which 10 of the longer strings are added on an angle" | DC11 Perform: a harp zither. | 20% as is/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zither#Concert_and_Alpine_zither

433 | 750 | 2d4 | 15 | a lacquered box of shiny striped dark wood with splayed feet and a finial knob that activates an internal hook to secure the lid shut. | DC13 Woodcraft: black walnut and zebrano wood of modern Mulhorandi design. | 4% as is/100% if known | http://www.getwoodworking.com/forums/postings.asp?th=65617

434 | 750 | 2d4 | 15 | a lacquered coffer of mottled brown wood with metal trimming and ball knob feet. A woodland scene in bas relief has been worked into the underside of the lid. | DC15 Knowledge Nature: tortoise shell from the Shaar. / DC16 Metalcraft: Brass metal fittings of dwarfish design. | 8% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.paulfrasercollectibles.com/news/art-and-photography/tortoiseshell-coffer-to-auction-for-61-000/13085.page

435 | 750 | 2d4 | 15 | "A large, ornamental bodice pin 4 inches long of glazed clay worked into the shape of a sleeping unicorn." | DC16 Jeweler: chalcedony semi-precious stone | 4% as is/100% if known | http://eternalcrystals.com.au/selenite-unicorn-horn-15cm-high.html

436 | 750 | 2d4 | 15 | "a small, varnished chest with two drawers painted with a scene of 2 large figures fighting over a city. The sides are carved with trees on the left and a city on the right. The front is a richly carved mountainside with caves while the back is plain" | "DC20 Search: The cave in the bottom right corner is actually a keyhole, good lock quality. / DC11 woodcraft: <national craft for located city>" | 20% as is/60% part known/100% if known |

437 | 750 | 2d4 | 15 | "a triangular stringed instrument with a clear base, a curved arm, and a wave shaped neck holding strings crossing the gap to the arm" | DC11 Perform: a Full Harp | 20% as is/100% if known | http://www.thorharp.com/photos/MiscInlay/Inlay%20options/Vines/crumfullharp45.jpg

438 | 750 | 2d4 | 15 | "a white wood coffer 5ft high by 2ft wide by 3ft long carved with multiple inset cartouches surrounded by carved floral scrollwork & fretwork. The cartouches contain scenes of animals, men on horseback, farmers with tools, and children with teachers." | DC11 Woodcraft: pale wood bleached by age carved with Mulhorandi flourishes. / DC13 Stonecraft: cartouche inserts are elephant ivory hard stones. | 12% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.coinsweekly.com/en/News/4?&id=1732

439 | 750 | 2d4 | 15 | "obsidian buttons, carved with stylized knot-work depicting wolf heads" | DC20 Knowledge Local: Uthgardti design and craftsmanship. | as is 5% ea or 40% set/if known 15% ea or 100% set |

440 | 770 | 2d10 | 7 | a coppery ring with a left hand pointing upward outlined in blue fire in shiny color | DC13 Knowledge Religion: symbol of Azuth. / DC16 Jeweler: gold cloisonne. | 20% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/chogori-yumekoubou/item/tolpangi-6-s/

441 | 770 | 2d10 | 7 | a flared ring of golden metal set with a white stone | DC20 Search: a secret compartment in the ring can be accessed by flipping up the stone on a well-hidden hinge. / DC16 Jeweler: moonstone in gold | 20% as is/40% part known/100% if known |

442 | 770 | 2d10 | 7 | "a pendant, fashioned from brassy metal filigree and set with an apple green, translucent gem" | DC16 Jeweler: stormrock semi-precious stone in gold | 10% as is/100% if known |

443 | 800 | 2d4 | 16 | a 6ft long golden chain of triple-interlaced links which are both heavy and strong | DC16 Jeweler: gold plated iron | 20% as is/100% if known | http://www.ethaigold.com/nl013.html

444 | 800 | 2d4 | 16 | "a large figure eight shaped stringed instrument with a curve-backed hollow body, 2 long holes on either side of the 4 strings, and fingerboard extending below the neck" | DC11 Perform: a cello | 20% as is/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cello

445 | 800 | 2d4 | 16 | a lustrous porcelain tray gilded and affixed to a golden mock-claw base with shiny black nails | "DC11 Knowledge Nature: giant scallop shell, not porcelain. / DC16 Jeweler: obsidian ornamental stone chips." | 20% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Obsidian

446 | 800 | 2d4 | 16 | "a small triangular stringed instrument with a flat base, a curved arm, and a wave shaped neck holding 24 strings crossing the gap to the arm" | DC16 Woodcraft: mahogany wood body & soundboard of Evereskan craft. / DC11 Perform: a half harp sized for a gnome. | 10% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://notewood.com/county_kerry_24.htm

447 | 800 | 2d4 | 16 | "a white stone pendant, carved in the shape of an intertwined anthropomorphic sun and moon. The faces are androgynous but finely detailed in their serene expressions." | DC16 Jeweler: white jade fancy stone | 5% as is/100% if known | https://www.etsy.com/listing/227138383/sun-moon-pendant-carved-natural-bone

448 | 850 | 2d4 | 17 | "a 12in beer stein with golden relief & figural fox handle that depicts huntsmen in the chase, winding horns, and with their dogs harrying a boar." | DC13 Claywork: ceramic body and pewter clad ceramic lid of Daleland design. | 4% as is/100% if known | http://www.rubylane.com/item/766731-RL2218/Vintage-ORIGINAL-GERZIT-GERZ-W-Germany

449 | 850 | 2d4 | 17 | "a single sleeve made out of cloth of gold. The sleeve has pins which resemble laurel leaves, an embroidered cuff that looks like white flames, & letters stitched in black thread." | "Thorass: ""Rorgar Amcathra."" / DC15 Knowledge Local: The Bright Sleeve is a Waterdhavian award to individuals for acts of bravery above the call of duty. / DC22 Knowledge Nobility: a deceased cavalry lord of Waterdeep's noble House Amcathra." | 4% as is/8% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/The_Bright_Sleeve

450 | 900 | 2d8 | 10 | a golden statuette of a flowing-haired maiden riding a rearing unicorn | DC16 Metalcraft: pyrite metal. No significance to value. / DC24 Knowledge Nobility: effigy of Waterdeep noblewoman slain by the Robber Baron of Yarthrain in DR 1278. | 10% as is/100% if known |

451 | 900 | 2d8 | 10 | "a head covering of short, bristly brown hair with a hanging strap of the same color hair braided into a long beard clipped at the and by a double bar of bronze keeping the braids straight. Likewise, a bronze headband with a tightly etched ring of figures covers the band around its full circumference." | DC22 Knowledge Nobility: a wig and beard used by elder dwarves of Runedardath to cover the signs of balding and age. | 10% as is/100% if known |

452 | 900 | 2d8 | 10 | "a small carving of a pyramid with 3 teardrop shapes carved out of each facing, fashioned from a single clear purple stone" | DC10 Knowledge Religion: symbol of Talona. / DC16 Jeweler: violine ornamental stone. | 10% as is/30% part known/100% if known | http://www.nj-pbem.com/data/Gods/humangods/Talona.htm

453 | 950 | 2d4 | 19 | "a bellows with a hose running to the copper bottom of a handheld bowl, this device has seventeen notched and polished reeds of differing sizes" | DC11 Perform: a Zulkoon (Sheng) with air bladder | 20% as is/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sheng_(instrument)

454 | 980 | 2d6 | 14 | a circular engraving print in black ink with snowing showing a slovenly man being fed a constant stream of wine from two nude satyrs bordered by a trellis of grapevines with two more faeries picking grapes and stuffing them into the rhyton vessel | "DC16 Painting: ""Divine Inebriation,"" by Zam Gurk pressed from an engraved chalice he made. / DC26 Knowledge Religion: a depiction of Auppenser in a stupor of excess." | 5% as is/20% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Auppenser

455 | 980 | 2d6 | 14 | a vellum roll marked with brown lettering and a bloody fingerprint. | "Thorass + Tuigan: a declaration by a ""Horselord"" vouching for the honor of the bearer of this scroll. / DC22 Knowledge Local: a paitza, or warrant of safe passage through Tuigan lands in the Hordelands." | 1% as is/10% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Paitza

456 | 1000 | 2d4 | 20 | a 5in golden cup shaped bell with a welded tube of strip metal to hang the bell by rope. Line floral & vine engraving in horizontal bands reveal that the engravings were done prior to the sheet metal beung rolled and riveted into shape. | DC16 Handle Animal: quality prize cow bell awarded to high value dairy cows in Elturel. Only dairy from these belled cows are used to make Elturian grey cheese. / DC16 Metalcraft: gilded brass metal. | 3% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.dandelionpatina.com/woodland-work-space/

457 | 1000 | 2d4 | 20 | a blue brocade baldric with white grapevine embroidery and matching gloves with leather straps to suspend a weapon sheath or hold a hafted weapon. | DC13 Weaving: silk cloth. / DC20 Search: a tiny pocket that can hide away an object up to dagger sized from scrutiny. | 1% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://www.authenticwardrobe.com/Pirate/pirate.html

458 | 1000 | 2d4 | 20 | "a brocade tapestry, embroidered with a sunrise emerging from behind mountains" | DC11 Weaving: Chessentan craftwork | 50% as is/100% if known |

459 | 1000 | 2d4 | 20 | "a cameo of a muscled, bearded man holding a lightning bolt carved into a reddish-white shell." | DC13 Stonecraft: red helmet seashell. / DC15 Knowledge Religion: sacrificial tribute shells dedicated to Talos offered by sailors of the inner seas. | 5% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://www.cameosdirectfromitaly.com/collections/whole-shells/products/handcarved-whole-shell-cameo-s064

460 | 1000 | 2d4 | 20 | a ceramic drinking horn depicting two knights jousting inlaid with silver and shards of blue glass | "DC16 Jeweler: ivory with silver and blue quartz ornamental stones. /DC16 Jeweler: ivory hard stone inlaid with alestone, witherite, iol, mykaro, spodumene, phenalope, boakhar, and aventurine semi-precious stones." | 10% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Ivory

461 | 1000 | 2d4 | 20 | a cloth bag full of shiny golden spheres | DC16 Weaponcraft: alchemical gilded (gold) sling bullets | 1% as is/100% if known |

462 | 1000 | 2d4 | 20 | "a coppery ring with a honey colored gemstone in a raised, square frame setting" | DC16 Jeweler: amber fancy stone in gold metal. | 5% as is/100% if known | http://ambercentre.com/product/ring-j-gr0089/

463 | 1000 | 2d4 | 20 | "a golden ring, carved to look like intertwining leaves holding a green stone carved in the shape of a blossoming flower" | DC16 Jeweler: jade fancy stone in gold metal. | 5% as is/100% if known | http://t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTkAiWWw1i1ZOQ1VIPUhhvPmQdlqqhuSgfHZIofX0vb78GoLAQf9WmNc0VT

464 | 1000 | 2d4 | 20 | a half hundred metal plates with identical stippled mottling etched on one side and unique symbols on the other. | DC10 Knowledge Arcana: non-arcana tarot cards. / DC16 Metalcraft: iron metal etched with dwarfish precision. | 10% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://kevinjingking.en.made-in-china.com/product/YMBEtLvlgdUp/China-RFID-Contact-Metal-IC-Card.html

465 | 1000 | 2d4 | 20 | a long gray metal tube five feet in length. One end flowers into a bell shape while the other has a small bowl. Stippling in the metal forms the image of an angel blowing a horn. | DC11 Perform: a fanfare horn (trumpet). / DC16 Metalcraft: silver metal of Sembian craft. | 4% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.bbtrumpet.com/items.html

466 | 1000 | 2d4 | 20 | "a metal decanter and matching bowl, inlaid with clear crystals" | DC16 Jeweler: white quartz ornamental stones in bronze | 5% as is/100% if known |

467 | 1000 | 2d4 | 20 | a pale stone coffer carved with lettering and a scene of human warriors spying on wolves and humans cavorting in the center. | "Dethek + Shaaran: a riddle ""The fish beat up the seas on to the mountainous cliff; the king of terror became sad when he swam onto the shingle."" This is then answered with the solution ""Whale’s bone."" / DC13 Stonecraft: whalebone ivory hard stone." | 4% as is/20% part known/100% if known | https://www.khanacademy.org/partner-content/british-museum/europe1/medieval-era-bm/a/the-franks-casket

468 | 1000 | 2d4 | 20 | "a palm-sized statuette of a seahorse, carved from mottled red-white stone" | DC11 Knowledge Nature: pink coral. / DC13 Stonecraft: Calimshan style workmanship. | 5% as is/60% part known/100% if known |

469 | 1000 | 2d4 | 20 | a parchment page with a penned drawing of shapes & symbols. Some of those symbols are of mannish script. | "Thorass + Alzhedo: the names of towns, nations, and landmarks are scattered about the drawing. / DC15 Knowledge Geography: a map of Northern & Western Faerun circa 12th century DR." | 1% as is/30% part known/100% solved | https://twitter.com/schley/status/464108268709625856/photo/1

470 | 1000 | 2d4 | 20 | a silvery pendant terminating a fine chain. The pendant is shaped to resemble a heart at one end and an arrow at the other. The necklace is secured by piercing the heart with the arrow. | DC16 Jeweler: electrum metal. | 10% as is/100% if known | https://img0.etsystatic.com/006/0/6541642/il_fullxfull.395091898_5rrw.jpg

471 | 1000 | 2d4 | 20 | "a silvery vase inlaid with bone, depicting a serene scene of game animals in woodlands" | DC16 Metalcraft: pewter inlaid with ivory. / DC25 Knowledge History: Athalantan workmanship depicting Southern High Forest in Summer. | 10% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Athalantar

472 | 1000 | 2d4 | 20 | "a sleeveless surcoat of yellow silk brocade, the front woven with two writhing dragons in profile, amidst polychrome clouds above a sea-wave and mountain border, the back with a single front-facing dragon, trimmed with black silk borders woven with gilt strip." | DC20 Weaving: silk brocade chao gua of Shou Lung padded for winter wear. | 3% as is/100% if known | http://www.christies.com/lotfinder/lot/a-sleeveless-surcoat-4193404-details.aspx?intObjectID=4193404

473 | 1000 | 2d4 | 20 | a studded leather headband with a 3in cabochon of grayish green with a black eye strip in the center. | DC16 Jeweler: variscite ornamental stone. / DC20 Leathercraft: manticore leather with iron studs. | 10% as is/70% part known/100% if known | "http://www.loveitsomuch.com/stores/leather-dragon-headband-fantasy-headband,427563.html/buy"

474 | 1000 | 2d4 | 20 | a war hammer etched with geometric patterns of inlaid silver | DC11 Weaponcraft: well made medium warhammer but not masterwork. / DC16 Search: the handle contains a secret compartment | 12% as is/35% part known/100% if known |

475 | 1000 | 2d4 | 20 | "a white stone carving of a minotaur kneeling, bound, & looking up forlornly." | DC13 Stonecraft: alabaster hard stone. / DC25 Knowledge History: symbolic statuettes from The Vast & Eastern Moonsea celebrating the subjugation of minotaurs after the fall of Grong-Haap in the 4th century before Dale Reckoning. | 5% as is/30% part known/100% if known | http://www.artparks.co.uk/artpark_sculpture.php?sculpture=4592&sculptor=melanie_wilks

476 | 1000 | 2d4 | 20 | a wooden chest with a frieze of alternating male and female dancers connected by held cloths in a ring. Inside the chest are 60 pieces of black metal flat ware (service of 12) | DC16 Metalcraft: tarnished silver in a mahogany coffer. / DC20 Knowledge Local: the revelers are Cormyrans dancing a prudish jig that opens the Festival of Handras. | as is 2% per service or 30% as set/part known 3% per service or 50% as set/if known 5% per service or 100% as set | https://p2.liveauctioneers.com/268/50497/23771341_1_l.jpg

477 | 1000 | 2d4 | 20 | "a wooden coffer with golden fittings, inlaid with golden Uthgardti knotwork accents" | DC16 Woodcraft: rosewood fashioned & painted by Mirabarran dwarves | 20% as is/100% if known |

478 | 1000 | 2d4 | 20 | a wooden toy model of an oared ship. | DC16 Shipwright or Profession Sailor: turtle armor (closed deck) ship. / DC25 Search: something is sealed inside and the boat must be broken to find 100gr of Minddust | 1% as is/10% part known/0% if known (discovered drugs 100%) |

479 | 1000 | 2d4 | 20 | an orange metal cascade braid chain necklace | DC16 Jeweler: gold metal C link chain necklace. | 10% as is/100% if known | http://ep.yimg.com/ca/I/yhst-82597715119744_2268_3025775890

480 | 1000 | 2d4 | 20 | This large device is a disk of tightly wound reeds tied by brightly colored bindings in a pivoted wooden clam shell holder covering all but the topmost reed openings. The clamshell has colorfully painted patterns of geometric shapes | "DC13 Disable Device: When placed in wind the action of the air resonates through the reed and the disk spins to change the reeds, creating a tune. / DC13 Perform: Songwheels of the Serpent Hills made by the Gur based on devices found in ruins of the Serpent Hills" | 2% as is/40% part known/100% if known |

481 | 1000 | 2d4 | 20 | very fine sculpture of a bouquet of flowers centerpiece with each petal delicately thin and distinct of this crafted ceramic | DC11 Claywork: Iriaeban-alabaster porcelain which is much sought after | 50% as is/100% if known |

482 | 1050 | 2d6 | 15 | "a book with hard leather cover and stitched binding holding the collection of vellum pages together. Embossed into the cover are large runes and a leather thong binds the book shut. If opened, the pages have figures articulated and natural scenes with the brilliant gold of the sun being a gold leaf upon all the inked and painted illustrations and words. Over 100 pages are richly decorated with keen interest in the natural world and the naturalistic means of representing it." | "Dethek + Damaran: ""Life Among the Tuigan by lama Koja of Khazari,"" a reading reveals daily life and customs of the author in the ""Tuigan Horde."" / DC16 Bookbinding: the tribes of Taan united under Horselord Yamun Khahan in DR 1358 and were only defeated by an alliance of nations in DR 1360. The lama Koja became a guest of Azoun in Cormyr where he wrote this book in DR 1362." | 5% as is/10% part known/100% if known |

483 | 1050 | 2d6 | 15 | "a ceramic bowl on a one ring-shaped base with a wishbone handle for easy scooping/pouring, and colored in shades of red and brown. A bulge a half inch beneath the lip is painted with laurel leaves imposed on a black band" | DC16 Claywork: craftsmanship showing the Netherese roots of the Duchy of Indoria | 4% as is/100% if known | http://baidun.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/KB_PT_9994aw-900x598.jpg

484 | 1050 | 2d6 | 15 | opaque shiny grey-black stones carved into shield-shaped buttons | DC16 Jeweler: hematite ornamental stones. | as is 33% ea/if known 15 gp each |

485 | 1050 | 2d6 | 15 | shiny metal marbles wrapped in an oiled cloth | DC16 Metalcraft: alchemical silvered sling bullets | 1% as is/100% if known |

486 | 1080 | 2d8 | 12 | a red metal bull statuette with heavy dewlap and wide curving horns | "DC11 Knowledge Religion: an abraxus bull symbolizing the herd leader, strength, virility, and procreation or it stands for a sacrificial animal. / DC16 Metalcraft: bronze casting of Turmish craft." | 5% as is/20% part known/100% if known |

487 | 1100 | 2d10 | 10 | a golden vestment embroidered with red roundels containing images of arcane & elemental symbols. | "DC13 Weaving: cloth of gold embellished with silver and gold wire thread. / DC19 Knowledge History: a vestment worn by a wizard's school proctor magus, this one from the Ulcaster School of Beregost destroyed in 12th century DR." | 3% as is/70% part known/100% if known | http://www.luzarvestments.co.uk/GoldRomanVestment3863.htm

488 | 1100 | 2d10 | 10 | a rust-red metal mask of a horned bovine head with shiny rivets in stylized lines and horns that curl back onto themselves. The mask will completely cover the head of the wearer who sees through the nostrils & mouth of the muzzle. | DC16 Metalcraft: bronze metal with silver rivets not suitable for use as a helmet. / DC25 Knowledge Religion: religious beastlord mask of Arkaiun barbarian refugees in Dambrath. | 5% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://ancientpoint.com/inf/41845-african_magical_animal_metal_male_horn_buffalo_mask_tabwa_dr_congo_zaire_ethnix.html

489 | 1100 | 2d10 | 10 | "a thick golden ring decorated with triangular stamping set with a deep, purple stone" | DC16 Jeweler: amethyst fancy stone in silver with Ffolk stamping designs | 10% as is/100% if known |

490 | 1100 | 2d10 | 10 | a white metal chalice with a blue node stone connecting the stem to the cup. Microbeading filigree borders the accent band and the stone while the stem is hammer marked. | DC16 Jeweler: silver metal and lapis lazuli ornamental stone. | 5% as is/100% if known | http://www.inhisname.com/product.php?product=19446

491 | 1100 | 2d10 | 10 | an ochre ceramic flask 6 inches tall with smooth edges and thin body that complement the image on the base’s front face. Four wide leaves are set at an angle to a cross within a double circle separated by a band of pierced disks. | DC13 Claywork: ceramic of Shoon craftwork | 5% as is/100% if known | http://baidun.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/CR_BZ_1004-1-900x597.jpg

492 | 1120 | 2d6 | 16 | "a 12ft by 9ft heavy cloth of gray with a tightly hemmed edge & corner tassles. Geometric patterns in black, white, & beige form a Teec Nos Pos style design." | DC13 Weaving: wool and cotton rug of Gullykin halfling design. | 10% as is/100% if known | http://earlycaliforniaantiques.com/navajo-rug-a687/

493 | 1200 | 2d4 | 24 | a clay amphora with a way seal on which are carved mannish symbols. A liquid swishes inside | "DC16 Profession Winemaker: Jhuild or thrallwine made by the Witches of Rashemen. A syrupy crimson-brown spicy wine made from the fruits and herbs grown from the magical land of the Urlingwood. / Thorass + Rashemi: ""Urlingwood,"" which is a forest in Rasheman, and a Dale Reckoning year" | 2% as is/4% if region known/100% if known |

494 | 1200 | 2d4 | 24 | a large ovoid metal plate 24in by 18in of embossed & chased with a floral design surrounding two angels holding a crown above a plain heraldic device. | DC16 Metalcraft: silver metal serving plate. / DC20 Metalcraft: human Cormyran imitation of Tethyramaran silver smithing style. | 5% as is/40% part known/100% if known | https://www.bukowskis.com/en/auctions/583/1009-an-italian-early-18th-century-silver-dish-unidentified-makers-mark-venice

495 | 1200 | 2d4 | 24 | a set of clear crystal tulip-shaped vessels carved with pinwheel designs around the bulb and a starburst in the foot. | "DC13 Glasswork: carved, Tethyamaran-style, lead glass." | 5% as is/100% if known | http://www.polartcenter.com/Crystal_Tulip_Wine_Glass_Goblet_Set_of_6_p/9704010.htm

496 | 1210 | 2d10 | 10 | "a gold embroidered black thick coat with velvet collar, cuffs, pocket flaps, and lapels. Thirty-two metal lion buttons fasten its lapels and decorate its cuffs and collar. There are two hip pockets on the outside and a breast pocket on each side of the interior." | "DC16 Weaving: wool woven coat with felt cuffs, collar, & flaps and silk lining the inside." | 10% as is/100% if known | http://www.medievalcollectibles.com/p-28463-versailles-coat.aspx

497 | 1210 | 2d10 | 10 | "a scroll covered with arcane notation, lines, dots, & scripts on the visible portion with the rest hidden inside the roll. The spindle is well made with roller caps at each end extending farther than the medium to offer some protection to the scroll from snags & bumps while rolled." | "Thorass + Illuskan: ""C.t.M.H. by Nighteye"" is the only legible portion as the rest is gibberish. / DC 13 Bookbinding: vellum scroll sheet with spindle made for travelling scribes, spell casters, & functionaries. / DC20 Perform: a series of satirical ballads with scores by Nymbrar Shatterslee which culminated in him fleeing Waterdeep for his life." | 1% as is/5% part known/20%mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Crying_To_My_Harp

498 | 1250 | 2d4 | 25 | "a cushioned wood chair elaborately carved with shells, lambrequin motifs, floral trails, and openwork foliage. Its arched back, scrolling arms, and incurving legs reveal a curvaceous style while the drop-in seat and back allow the fabric to be changed easily." | DC16 Search: a small secret compartment large enough to hold a wand is in the left armrest. / DC11 Woodcraft: pine wood worked in the Cormyran style. | 12% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/works-of-art/1983.526

499 | 1250 | 2d4 | 25 | a dull yellow metal pendant decorated by eight fleurs-de-lis and set with a white stone relief of noble woman. The lady wears six roses in her hair and a forget-me-not flower over her left shoulder. A thin metal chain necklace decorates the cameo with a prominent hexagonal talisman. | "DC16 Jeweler: red helmet shell in gold. / DC33 Knowledge Nobility: Lady Quallem, Matriarch of the leading noble family of Dordrien, a successor state of Jhaamdath that fell -76DR." | 4% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.rubylane.com/item/784332-RL-1204-0007/1920x27s-XLarge-14K-White-Gold-Shell

500 | 1250 | 2d4 | 25 | a green cloth belt decorated with studded leather hip accents. | DC13 Weaving: silk cloth. / DC16 Leathercraft: griffon leather hip accents. | 2% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.sofiaoutletcenter.bg/en/ime-na-produkt-49296
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301 | 360 | 2d8 | 4 | "a book with a stiff leather cover and stitched binding holding the collection of papyrus pages together. Embossed into the cover are large runes and a leather thong binds the book shut. If opened, there are 20 pages of brown ink words bunched tightly together without break." | "Dethek + Damaran: ""A Treatise Against Blood-Metal by F. Icemantle,"" a reading is a moralistic denouncement of ""bane"" weaponry. / DC35 Knowledge History: Fairin Icemantle is a 7th century DR sage and this writing contains the only eyewitness account of the slaughter of Vastar in DR 610." | 5% as is/30% part known/100% if known | http://www.dreamstime.com/stock-image-old-leather-bound-book-image7196791

302 | 360 | 2d8 | 4 | "a foot adornment of brassy chain extends across the top to the toe with mail clusters connected by larger rings form a diamond, emphasizing the shapely ankle and foot. Little bells chime with every movement while fire polished beads add flash and color" | "DC15 Knowledge History: Mulhorandi dancer's anklet, evolved from leg shackles but still carries the stigma of slavery even though it is no longer an official sign of slavery. / DC16 Jeweler: Woodtine ornamental stone beads with brass." | 10% as is/30% part known/100% if known | http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Barefoot-Sandals-Slave-Gold-Mesh-Net-Anklet-Multi-layer-Chain-Toe-Foot-Jewelry-Bracelet/1997869974.html

303 | 390 | 2d12 | 3 | "a flat blue-green patina metal humanoid idol standing with spread legs, arms curled in at the waist, and a sloping bulge for the head without indentation for the neck. The patina has streaks of color from some other source" | DC15 Knowledge Religion: idols such as these were buried with the dead to protect their bodies in death. / DC20 Metalcraft: Jhaamdathan copper work. | 10% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://baidun.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/SI_IN_1001a-674x900.jpg

304 | 390 | 2d12 | 3 | "a tiny, brassy metal plate shaped like a heater shield divided into four quarters by raised bars. Each quarter is embossed and chased with striking iconography - five stars in a tight circle, a crossed shovel & pickaxe, a gauntleted raised palm suspending a corona halo, and a single-masted ship in full sail." | "DC16 Metalcraft: copper-heavy electrum metal. / DC20 Knowledge Local: a Shield of the City medal to be worn on the chest & awarded to members of the city watch for outstanding acts of military service. Occasionally a noble who participated in a battle would receive the award. / DC25 Knowledge Nobility: the icons are an obsolete heraldic symbol from the Vast, this one being from Procampur celebrating its origins in mining, the rise of its navy, the relations between the 5 sister cities of the Vast, and the magic used to save Procampur from lawlessness." | 10% as is/30% part known/60% mostly known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Shield_of_the_City

305 | 400 | 2d4 | 8 | a blackish-green stone statuette of a grim-faced human warrior in heavy plate armor leaning on a great broadsword. Leering skull motifs are on his weaponry and a fur trimmed cape drapes from the massive pauldrons down to the riveted greaves. | "DC13 Stonecraft: serpentine stone hard stone. / DC15 Knowledge Nobility: an image of ""the Pereghost,"" charismatic leader of Darkhold's army who appeared out of nowhere in 1356 DR and earned the respect of the Zhent soldiers." | 5% as is/25% part known/100% if known | http://reddicediaries.com.gridhosted.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/space-marine-statue.jpg

306 | 400 | 2d4 | 8 | "a few slips of paper held together by tabs between the sheets and shaped into a wheel with penned lettering along the visible edges. The paper and lettering is rather plain though the obvious wheel reference is in the words of the top layer being written straight down from the edge in a spoke pattern. The top layer and the middle layer spin on top of the bottom layer to line up certain words, numbers, and symbols" | "DC13 Knowledge Arcana: Volvelle. / DC13 Heal + Thorassic + Chondathan - recognize symptom, age, remedy granting + 1 competence bonus to heal checks vs. sickness and disease." | 1% as is/20% part known/100% if known |

307 | 400 | 2d4 | 8 | a folding tripod of yellow wood (Oak) provides a base for a brown metal (Bronze) device. From the cap of the tripod's supporting staff is a graduated horizontal disk through which a rod rises to the fulcrum of a hanging half circle also marked like a protractor. The half circle hangs under the flat metal piece that attaches it to the fulcrum pivot. The flat metal has two rising cones barely a quarter inch high | "DC11 Knowledge Architecture: a Dioptra Surveying pole, its use grants a + 2 competence modifier for all skill checks during construction of building, wall, & barrier structures." | 5% as is/100% if known |

308 | 400 | 2d4 | 8 | "a grapevine ""tree"" candelabra with seven candleholders rising from the twisted trunk pillar & leaf-festooned base." | DC16 Metalcraft: pewter smithed by dwarves of Runedardath & strengthened with a steel rod. | 5% as is/100% if known | http://nyeandcompany.com/auctions/lrgimg/61/477//

309 | 400 | 2d4 | 8 | a halfling-sized handled mirror decorated with roses and small flowers with scroll work flowing along the edges. | DC16 Metalcraft: polished steel in silver frame of gnome craft. | 2% as is/100% if known | http://www.rubylane.com/item/970248-H181/Sterling-Silver-Hand-Mirror-Foster-Bailey

310 | 400 | 2d4 | 8 | "a handled, bent rod and swiveled cup of golden metal with gold beading & filigree designs, brown enamel for the cup & handle, and small clear white gemstones decorating the grip & designs of the instrument." | DC16 Jeweler: augelite ornamental stones in brass metal. / DC30 Knowledge Religion: candlesnuffer with Siamorphe's lesser known symbols on the bell. | 2% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://www.alibaba.com/product-detail/Antique-Gold-Pewter-Jeweled-Decoration-Candle_2005924817.html?s=p

311 | 400 | 2d4 | 8 | "a long bronze tube curved into a shape similar to an oversized letter ""G"" with a crossbar for support. One end flowers into a bell shape while the other has a small bowl" | DC11 Perform: a cornu | 20% as is/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cornu_(horn)

312 | 400 | 2d4 | 8 | a long copper tube coiled into itself to loop once. One end flowers into a bell shape while the other has a small bowl | DC11 Perform: a Trumpet (Natural Trumpet) | 20% as is/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Natural_trumpet

313 | 400 | 2d4 | 8 | "a long coppery tube with one end open at a 45 degree angle, the other left open, 11 holes running down the length, 1 hole opposite, and ridges lining each opening" | DC11 Perform: a Longhorn (Kaval). / DC11 Metalcraft: brass metal. | 10% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://www.greekfolkmusicanddance.com/forsaleimages/3FloyeraBrass.jpg

314 | 400 | 2d4 | 8 | "a pear-shaped stringed instrument with a bowl-backed hollow body, flat-necked fretted fingerboard, a floating bridge, four pairs of strings, and mechanical tuning" | DC11 Perform: a mandolin | 20% as is/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mandolin

315 | 400 | 2d4 | 8 | a ratchet is etched in relief with dogs chasing hares and the crank drum is etched in intaglio with dancing couples. | DC13 Weaponcraft: a steel cranequin for heavy crossbows up to arbalests of Moonsea craft. / DC15 Knowledge Local: the combination of scenes is a metaphor that hunting and the pursuit of the opposite sex are similar. | 10% as is/50% part known/100% if known | https://twistedsifter.files.wordpress.com/2014/06/acid-etched-metal-art-from-the-renaissance-victoria-and-albert-museum-london-2.jpg?w=800&h=439

316 | 400 | 2d4 | 8 | "a round-bottomed stringed instrument with a flat-backed hollow body, two arms extending up to a crossbar, and 7 strings attached to the crossbar" | DC11 Perform: a lyre | 30% as is/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lyre

317 | 400 | 2d4 | 8 | "a series of short yellow metal tubes with one end open at a 45 degree angle, the other left open, and braised together inline with one end level with the rest. Stippling in the metal makes overlapping patterns of diamonds." | DC11 Perform: a birdpipe (pan flute). / DC16 Metalcraft: brass metal of Sembian craft. | 20% as is/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Eaerlann

318 | 400 | 2d4 | 8 | "a short copper tube with one end open at a 45 degree angle, the other left open, four holes running down the length, and ridges lining each opening" | DC11 Perform: a Shorthorn (Washint) | 20% as is/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Washint

319 | 400 | 2d4 | 8 | a stack of pages bound by twine and glue together as a crude book with flowing elaborate script. | "Espruar + Gnim: ""Quonzar's Comestible Compendium,"" with cooking recipes. / DC24 Knowledge History: Quonzar Durim was a rock gnome master chef of infamy having poisoned four human Barons' families of Netherese descent & lynched in 1126 DR, but otherwise a great cook." | 5% as is/50% part known/100% if known | https://img0.etsystatic.com/000/0/5922027/il_fullxfull.239333424.jpg&imgrefurl=https://www.etsy.com/listing/72967257/antique-coverless-book&h=726&w=1000&tbnid=ZpDztIcE8EHjYM:&zoom=1&docid=LusG4x-4v2-J3M&ei=TWx8VZykA435oASwgIyYAw&tbm=isch&ved=0CEYQMygfMB9qFQoTCNz-qtycjcYCFY08iAodMAADMw" target="_blank">http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=https://img0.etsystatic.com/000/0/5922027/il_fullxfull.239333424.jpg&imgrefurl=https://www.etsy.com/listing/72967257/antique-coverless-book&h=726&w=1000&tbnid=ZpDztIcE8EHjYM:&zoom=1&docid=LusG4x-4v2-J3M&ei=TWx8VZykA435oASwgIyYAw&tbm=isch&ved=0CEYQMygfMB9qFQoTCNz-qtycjcYCFY08iAodMAADMw

320 | 400 | 2d4 | 8 | "a tear-drop shaped stringed instrument with a deep round-backed hollow body, a grilled hole, a flush mounted fretboard, and a perpendicular pegbox" | DC11 Perform: a common lute | 20% as is/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lute

321 | 400 | 2d4 | 8 | "a three foot long brown wood rod has been appended by two branching staffs with a curious half-bow or quadrant arc. The quadrant arc has been split into two parts. The smaller radius arc, with a span of 60 degree, is mounted on the staff closest to the head of the staff and connects towards the middle of the rod. The longer radius arc, with a span of 30 degree was mounted on the rod closest to the foot and arcs to connect there. Both arcs have a common centre. At the common center, a slotted vane is mounted. A moveable vane is on the upper arc while a moveable sight vane is mounted on the lower arc" | DC13 Knowledge Arcane or DC11 Profession Sailor to recognize a Backstaff. Grants + 1 competence bonus to locate one's own position under the open sky | 10% as is/100% if known | http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Backstaff

322 | 400 | 2d4 | 8 | "a walking staff carved with stylized flames, a curved recess near the top for leverage, and a yellow crystal protrusion that is hollow" | DC11 Disable Device: the glass aperture is for a small candle or other light source. / DC13 Woodcraft: rosewood carved by human craft (possibly Great Dale) with a removable glass aperture. | 5% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.manley-design.com/Pontiacstick.jpg

323 | 400 | 2d4 | 8 | a wooden instrument of sturdy spruce construction with coiled steel strings and a neck curling to the side to allow only the tenor strings use of the fretted fingerboard | DC11 Perform: a Yarting | 20% as is/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guitar

324 | 400 | 2d4 | 8 | "large metal basin bowl of squat spherical form rising to the everted rim, the shoulders flanked by two applied animal mask handles with rings, and engraved with eight large quatrefoil cartouches, four small medallions containing various vegetation, a fish scales background pattern, and surrounded by cloud scrolls." | "DC16 Metalcraft: copper cooking cauldron of Shou design. / DC20 Knowledge Geography: the vegetation is plum & lotus blossoms, bamboo branches and chrysanthemum flowers found in Kara-tur." | 10% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.rubylane.com/item/193278-C285/Antique-Chinese-16th-18th-century-Large

325 | 400 | 2d4 | 8 | The 6in x 4in x 3in wooden case has yellow metal hinges and latch that opens to reveal a hollowed piece of petrified wood about 3in long x 1/2in thick set into a 1in gray metal bowl. | DC13 Stonecraft: Petrified Wood Pipe with silver bowl in oak case with brass fittings | 5% as is/100% if known |

326 | 420 | 2d6 | 6 | "a book with a soft leather cover and stitched binding holding the collection of paper pages together. Embossed into the cover are gilded runes, a dragon rampant painted deep purple, and a leather thong binds the book shut. If opened, 36 pages have simple diagrams, line sketches of humanoids holding differing pole weapons, and many blocks of letters" | "Thorass + Calant: ""A Line of Disciplined Steel - Orders and Deployment for Soldiers with Polearms,"" a reading of a military leader's manual on the proper training, use, and maneuvers for heavy infantry based on the type of pole-arm employed versus various enemies. / DC16 Bookbinding: King Azoun IV wrote this book in the 1350s as part of his efforts to quickly bolster his forces of trained knights and bowmen in the face of imminent crisis without the expense of either." | 10% as is/20% part known/100% if known |

327 | 420 | 2d6 | 6 | a rotund porcelain vase with tricolor glaze of men on ships observing birds and landing on a treed island | DC11 Claywork: Shou Porcelain from Kara-Tur | 50% as is/100% if known |

328 | 420 | 2d6 | 6 | a small ceramic figurine of a gravid female humanoid | "DC13 Claywork: the craft is too advanced for barbarian make, likely Netherese craft for trade. / DC13 Knowledge Religion: a fertility idol commonly buried beneath doorposts to ensure the fertility of the women of the household." | 10% as is/50% part known/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Venus_figurines

329 | 420 | 2d6 | 6 | a tapered shank ring of blue metal with a with a single large black stone | "DC25 Search: The gemstone is hollow, perfect for holding poison. / DC11 Weaponcraft: onyx semi-precious stone in silver dagger." | 5% as is/60% part known/100% if known |

330 | 440 | 2d10 | 4 | "a thin, misshapen plate of orange metal what's surface is that of a widened human head with details of the nose, eyes, brows, mouth, & beard clearly present." | DC15 Knowledge Religion: death mask used by some nobility to cover the face of the dead body interred in a crypt or buried. / DC16 Metalcraft: thin gold metal. | 5% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:MaskOfAgamemnon.jpg

331 | 440 | 2d10 | 4 | an enameled round white vase with rose motif molded into the body | DC11 Claywork: bone porcelain of Calishite make | 20% as is/100% if known |

332 | 450 | 2d8 | 5 | a 4 ft wide spoked wheel that has cracked with age | "DC11 History: the steering wheel of the Halruaan Skyship ""Northwind"" which crashed in Ardeep Forest during the Time of Troubles 1358 DR" | 20% as is/100% if known | http://phasai.deviantart.com/art/Ardeep-Realm-of-the-Moon-138528540

333 | 450 | 2d8 | 5 | a form of petrified wood with a more lustrous beauty fashioned into a belt buckle w/ harper's symbol | DC11 Knowledge Nobility: Mistwinter family crest used as the symbol of the Harpers. / DC16 Jeweler: kornerupine fancy stone. | 2% as is/40% part known/100% if known |

334 | 450 | 2d8 | 5 | "a long stringed instrument, this device has four diagonal bridges suspending 5 twinned strings over the spruce sounding board and a pair of oak wood hammers" | DC11 Perform: a half dulcimer | 20% as is/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hammered_dulcimer

335 | 450 | 2d8 | 5 | a metal icon pair of female eyes surrounded by seven silver stars around a white stone center | DC11 Knowledge Religion: Selune's symbol. / DC16 Jeweler: moonstone semi-precious stone in silver metal. | 20% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://www.nj-pbem.com/data/Gods/humangods/Sel%FBne.htm

336 | 450 | 2d8 | 5 | a narrow handled black metal hand mirror with a rose floral pattern | DC16 Metalcraft: silver metal | 10% as is/100% if known |

337 | 450 | 2d8 | 5 | a stack of thin copper plates with animals etched into their surface | "DC36 Knowledge Nature: animals are all extinct creatures of the High Moor (Forest Bison, Aurauchs, Short Faced Bear, Starhorse, Wolfdog, Black Lion, Drop Bear, Firewing Vulture, Naked-Tail Squirrel, White-Belly Thrush, Forlorn Hare, Crystal Quill Porcupine, Feathered Boa, and High Pines Turkey." | 10% as is/100% if known | http://www.heatons-of-tisbury.co.uk/images/buffon/daim.jpg

338 | 450 | 2d8 | 5 | "a tear-drop shaped stringed instrument with a deep round-backed hollow body, a grilled hole, a flush mounted fretboard, and 8 strings on a short fretted neck" | DC11 Perform: a lauto lute. | 20% as is/100% if known | "http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/b0/Lute_%28by_Princess_Ruto,_2013-02-11%29.jpg"

339 | 450 | 2d8 | 5 | "a very long brass tube coiled into itself to loop twice. One end flowers into a bell shape, some tubing slides, and the other has a small bowl" | DC11 Perform: a Sackbut | 20% as is/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sackbut

340 | 450 | 2d8 | 5 | "a wooden wand carved in the shape of a tunic & short pants wearing male with an almond-shaped head, bulging eyes and lips, prominent scarrification on his cheeks and forehead, and an elongated neck. Half his head is decorated with plaited hair & the other half is shaved. An elliptical blue stone is prominently affixed to the top of the wand and a firm grip extends below the feet of the figure." | DC16 Woodcraft: zalantar wood carved in Chultan style with archon hard stone spheroid. / DC20 Knowledge Nobility: a yoruba staff used by great Eshowe warriors to display their military prowess during moots and in social settings. | 20% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://www.michaelbackmanltd.com/2483.html

341 | 450 | 2d8 | 5 | "an undulating, ball footed, engraved saucer with a central boss of acanthus leaves with a leafy and floral border about the rim. A cast flower stem has one large lily bloom and a perforated, hinged egg-shaped container engraved with leafy motifs, surmounted by a bud-like finial." | "DC16 Jeweler: silver metal of Phalorm design. / DC35 Knowledge History: incense burner, one of many gifted to Candlekeep in a failed bid by a silversmith to enter that library in 531 DR, Year of the Lily." | 4% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.michaelbackmanltd.com/1676.html

342 | 450 | 2d8 | 5 | "Bronze cast, this device is a ring 1 foot in diameter that is attached to a pair of retaining arms. Pins of brass can be removed from the crease where the arms join to the ring to allow the ring to swing free on its axis. The device is anchored by a thick plate of bronze cast with the motif of a sunburst on the horizon of a hilly and verdant land" | DC10 Knowledge Religion: to identify the symbology as Lathandar's religion. / DC13 Knowledge Arcana: an Equatorial Ring. / DC13 Knowledge Geography: align the device for proper use | 10% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Equatorial_ring

343 | 470 | 2d4 | 9.4 | a gourd-shaped metal pitcher with a wide strip handle engraved with leaf motifs. The body is decorated with a wide frieze of a head-and-shoulders image of human with cat-like animals on either side amidst luxuriant foliage and against a tooled background. | DC15 Knowledge Geography: the hunting cats and foliage are common to the Chultan Peninsula. / DC16 Jeweler: silver metal smithed and decorated in Tashalar. | 10% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://www.michaelbackmanltd.com/1672.html

344 | 470 | 2d4 | 9.4 | a two-tone glass flask of gold hue accented by a smart pair of purple glass decorations protrude from opposite sides of the bottle and flared at the neck into loops to form finger holes. | DC16 Glasswork: simple flourishes such as these purple designs are what made Shoon glassblowers stand out among ancient human craftsmen. | 10% as is/100% if known | http://baidun.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/GL_BZ_1010-1s-900x597.jpg

345 | 480 | 2d4 | 9.6 | a tapestry of a horsed lord & lady following a pair of huntsman backdropped by a river separating a walled city & a village at the foot of some mountains. The scene is bordered by a grape leaf & summer flowers pattern. | DC13 Weaving: woolen tapestry of Moonsea cultural origin. / DC15 Knowledge Geography: the settlement depicted is the divided city of Phlan on the Stojanow River between the Galena Mountains and the not-depicted Moonsea. | 10% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://castletapestry.com/BERRY.JPG

346 | 480 | 2d4 | 9.6 | "a wooden, triangular shape stick carved on the two front sides with geometric patterns of an anchor, trees, heart and topped with a raised heart design. On the back it is inscribed with runes." | "DC18 Weaving: a Staybusk inserted into a pocket in the front of a corset to prevent leaning forward and reinforce a straight posture / Thorass + Illuskan: ""The Gift is small but Love is All, Marey Oran 1188""" | 10% as is/50% part known/100% if known |

347 | 490 | 2d6 | 7 | a pair of brown metal anklets of four rounded elements arrayed in a clover with well-defined faces on each element. Pierced geometric patterns lay on each side of each head. The four faces on each anklet have been cast with opposed crescent marks on their foreheads. | DC16 Metalcraft: cast bronze of Doblunde craft. / DC35 Knowledge History: the anklets are reforged slaves manacles from when the gnomes were enslaved by Netheril. | 10% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://www.michaelbackmanltd.com/3091.html

348 | 490 | 2d6 | 7 | a pair of dark brown metal cups shaped like the front half of square-toed shoes with the openings flaring out. On the top of each piece is a raised loop of metal designed to mimic lacing. | DC11 Ride: good stirrups required for hands-free mounted riding. / DC16 Metalcraft: bronze metal of Glister crafted in the Ride. | 10% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://www.michaelbackmanltd.com/1085.html

349 | 490 | 2d6 | 7 | a small black lacquer box decorated with cranes in a shallow lagoon. Ivy vine patterns border all the edges of the box in gold paint. | DC11 Woodcraft: pinewood with mother of pearl inlay. | 10% as is/100% if known | http://guide.alibaba.com/shop/mother-of-pearl-inlay-crane-and-moon-design-black-lacquer-decorative-wooden-handcrafted-velvet-jewelry-trinket-keepsake-treasure-box-case-chest-organizer_3552173.html

350 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | a 2ft beige stone statuette in the shape of a halfling woman sitting on a street and rolling knucklebones | DC13 Stonecraft: dire boar ivory | 10% as is/100% if known | http://www.vroma.org/images/raia_images/girl_bones2.jpg

351 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | A belt buckle shaped like a charging unicorn with the horn of the beast being the tongue of the buckle | "DC20 Knowledge History: this buckle was made long ago by dwarves of Dardath as a gift to the elves of Ardeep whom were their friends at the time, made out of everbright steel and silver." | 30% as is/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/342_DR

352 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | a black fur pouch with a black rope hip strap & tassel ties to cinch the pouch flap shut. | DC13 Leathercraft: marten fur & black sheep wool. | 4% as is/100% if known | http://www.master-furrier.com/media/image/thumbnail/2009_11_03_13-24-53-1-675-kleine-nerztasche_720x600.jpg

353 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | a black metal box with bold flower & leaf designs on all sides & the hinged lid. | DC15 Knowledge Nobility: used in Impiltur by ladies to store jewelry and hair ornaments. / DC16 Woodcraft: ebony wood with a distinctive metallic luster. The base is of ebonized wood. | 1% as is/50% part known/100% if known | http://www.michaelbackmanltd.com/2869.html

354 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | a black stone idol carved in the shape of a small snake. Several blemishes of white appear on the polished surface as does a pair of rough patches. | "DC13 Knowledge Religion: a damaged graven image of Sseth as a winged serpent, its wings broken off at some point in history. / DC13 Stonecraft: snowflake obsidian ornamental stone." | 8% as is/50% part known/80% if known | http://www.123rf.com/photo_35621407_carved-snowflake-obsidian-snake-statuette-on-black-background.html

355 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | a bolt of pale indigo floral-print cloth. | DC16 Weaving: silk cloth with almond blossom pattern. | 1% as is/100% if known | http://www.bennett-silks.co.uk/silk-fabrics/interior-fabrics/prints/almond-blossom---limited-stock/1038D157-38X/

356 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | "a book with a stiff leather cover and stitched binding holding the collection of paper pages together. Embossed into the cover are large runes and a leather thong binds the book shut. If opened, the pages have simple diagrams with strange symbols accompanying many words" | "Thorass + Easting: ""The Field of Battle by Hludar Sylem,"" a reading of which reveals information about war craft and battle strategies. / DC12 Knowledge History: the strategies are recounts of historical battles between fairly matched adversaries making the information useful only for military leaders of large forces." | 4% as is/20% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Hludar_Sylem

357 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | "a buckler with a shaped, embossed, and chased head of a bird protruding from the center surrounded by detailed feathers." | DC16 Armorcraft: alchemical silver hand-held buckler shield. / DC20 Knowledge Local: used by bow-troop officers of the Golden Legion. | 30% as is/80% part known/100% if known | http://timeturbine.deviantart.com/art/Birds-of-the-Feather-452897385

358 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | "a celadon green robe with floral roundel medallions woven into the pattern. Trimmed with embroidered colorful cranes, flowers, clouds and bats in black and pastel pink brocade ribbon trim." | DC13 Weaving: silk cloth. | 10% as is/100% if known | http://www.fvstore.com/Antique-Chinese-Celadon-Green-Silk-Damask-Brocade-Crane-Embroidered-Trim-Robe/p1287537.html

359 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | A ceramic pen container made of some silvery red material. The material is incredibly hard and is very resistant to breaks | DC20 Claywork: it has a + 5 bonus to any saves vs. blows or rushing blows. This material is unknown since the days of the dwarven kingdom of Delzuon | 2% as is/100% if known |

360 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | a cloth sash of red with fine gold lines crisscrossing in diamond patterns and hemmed with gold thread embroidery decorated by red ponytail fringe. | DC13 Weaving: silk cloth. / DC18 Search: a tiny pocket that can hide away an object up to knife sized from scrutiny. | 8% as is/60% part known/100% if known | "http://www.osfcostumerentals.org/stock/Accessories/Belts,%20Sashes,%20Baldrics/slides/09036991%20Sash%20Red%20Silk%20with%20Brown%20Pouch%20on%20Silver%20Chain%2027.html"

361 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | a cloth tapestry of a gigantic dragon rearing about on a comparatively miniscule knight approaching on horse-back. The border is a tassel fringe. | DC11 Weaving: painted velvet tapestry of Illuskan craft. / DC22 Knowledge History: the scene is of Klauth confronted by a knight of Ilmater demanding the dragon leave the Crags Mountains near Luskan in 922 DR. Klauth complied after eating the unknown knight & his mount. | 8% as is/50% part known/80% if known | http://www.edbeardjr.com/store/catalog/product_info.php/products_id/538?osCsid=1f0f5524efc5c54be5ba80f1564aa701

362 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | a crystal jar containing ground spices | DC11 Cook: saffron spice | 1% as is/100% if known |

363 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | "a head covering of gray hair, parted at the middle with the tresses pulled into three distinct directions. To either side of the head the hair is curled into three horizontal rolls while the back has five horizontal rolls that extends further from the apex than either side" | "DC15 Knowledge Nobility: a wig worn in courts as part of proper dress, this example is used by wed men to signify they are established at the court and ineligible for marriage." | 10% as is/100% if known |

364 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | a heavy belt buckle of a coiled dragon relief framed by fire | DC16 Metalcraft: silver metal smithed by Runedardath craftsmen. | 2% as is/100% if known | http://www.zivman.com/belt-buckles/2014090912-dragon-belt-buckle.html

365 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | "a hooded cloak of black leather with a rider sewn to the hood, shoulder, and back of a wolf's skin with the ears to snout situated at the apex of the hood. Leather straps cinch the hood separate from the cinch for the shoulders & breast" | "DC13 Leathercraft: silver wolf skin & dyed deer leather. / DC15 Knowledge Local: Worn by accomplished hunters & warriors during the cold months in the Spine of the World, the North, the Great Dale, & the Ride." | 4% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://lupagreenwolf.deviantart.com/art/Coyote-hide-and-deerskin-cloak-343566109

366 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | "a lidded metal can with scrolling arabesques, running animals, and a human procession swinging censers & carrying banners." | DC16 Metalcraft: brass metal of calishite craft. / DC17 Knowledge Religion: the Siamorphe march honoring the crowning of Syl-Pasha Saban el Djenispool as Caleph of Calimshan. | 2% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://media.vam.ac.uk/media/thira/collection_images/2006AF/2006AF6677_jpg_ds.jpg

367 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | a lustrous white stone cameo depicting the protruding face of a human noblewoman with grape leaves and grape bunches decorated in her hair. | DC16 Brewer: a cameo of Arlho of Mistledale's wife. / DC13 Stonecraft: ivory hard stone. | 4% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.antiquecameos.net/ivorybacchante.htm

368 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | "a metal idol of a black skinned, twisted old crone with a scarred face." | "DC20 Metalcraft: silver metal smithed by Netherese methods. / DC30 Knowledge Religion: graven image of the dead goddess Kiputytto, Mother of the Plague." | 4% as is/60% part known/100% if known | http://www.mysticalpassage.com/files/SC854.jpg

369 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | a pair of leather vambraces with golden studs | "DC19 Knowledge Nature: not leather, bulette plates." | 10% as is/100% if known |

370 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | a plain golden chalice | DC16 Metalcraft: gold metal. | 1% as is/100% if known | http://www.sacristanbrass.com/products/gold-plated-chalice-standard

371 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | a post-footed wooden chest of varnished reddish-brown wood. Panels on all facings are carved with rondels and a metal housing on the front allows for the placement of a locking mechanism to secure the lid. | DC11 Woodcraft: mahogany wood. | 4% as is/100% if known | http://www.onlinegalleries.com/art-and-antiques/detail/oak-coffer-with-roundels/182375

372 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | a silver dramatic mask of a laughing human face. The mask is attached to a black cloth hood to completely cover the wearer's head. | DC16 Perform: masks like these were used in the royal plays of the Shoon Imperium. / DC16 Metalcraft: silver metal. | 8% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.tootpado.in/1a000143

373 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | a silvery cathedral-shanked ring sculpted with a suspended dragon's head | DC16 Jeweler: silver smithed in the Cormyran style. / DC17 Knowledge Nobility: worn by pledged royalists of the officer corps before 1352 DR | 10% as is/40% part known/100% if known |

374 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | a silvery ring inlaid with brassy metal in a simple knot design | DC10 Knowledge Local: Ffolk craft symbolizing the nature of marriage as the thread of two lives intertwined into one. / DC16 Jeweler: yellow gold and white gold. | 4% as is/40% part known/100% if known |

375 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | a silvery ring set with a mottled blue gemstone. The raised setting has a scrollwork pattern molded into the collar | DC16 Jeweler: azurite ornamental stone in white gold (electrum) | 6% as is/100% if known | http://crystal-cure.com/pics/ring-azurite609.jpg

376 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | "a small triangular stringed instrument with a flat base, a curved arm, and a wave shaped neck holding 34 strings crossing the gap to the arm" | DC11 Perform: a half harp | 20% as is/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Celtic_harp

377 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | a stone statuette of a half-dressed maiden gripping a bowl on pedestal. | DC13 Stonecraft: alabaster hard stone. | 10% as is/100% if known | http://mythagora.com/photo/gallery14/images/heraklion29.jpg

378 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | a sturdy 6in by 6in oaken box that has no openings but is too light to be solid wood | DC20 Disable Device: the block as a cunning puzzle that requires the user to press the sides in a certain combination for the top to open | 20% Unopened/100% Opened |

379 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | "a tear-drop shaped stringed instrument with a deep round-backed hollow body, a grilled hole, a flush mounted fret board, and a 4' neck holding 4 additional unfretted strings" | DC11 Perform: a Theorbo Lute | 20% as is/100% if known | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theorbo

380 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | a thin flat case of colorfully enameled cloissone metal 4in long by 3in wide. | DC16 Metalcraft: brass cloissone of old Thar design. | 2% as is/100% if known | http://www.romanovrussia.com/KC1916CC.html

381 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | "a white porcelain pitcher with a flared mouth, vase-like octagonal body, a hoop handle extending from the body rising almost to the lip before looping back to the middle of the neck, and a curving spout beginning from the base of the shoulder. Blue patterns of ivy have been painted into separate panels, the central surfaces of the octagon depicting blooming orchids, daffodils with broad leaves extend up the neck, and curling lines along the handle and spout." | DC11 Claywork: Shou Porcelain from Kara-Tur | 20% as is/100% if known |

382 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | an amber patina statuette of a coiled dragon with flames flowing from its limbs | DC13 Stonecraft: dire wolf fang ivory hard stone. / DC15 Knowledge Religion: graven image of the Uthgardti Great Worm. | 5% as is/60% part known/100% if known | https://www.lempertz.com/en/catalogues/lot/1036-1/146-an-interesting-ivory-netsuke-of-a-two-horned-dragon-18thearly-19th-century.html

383 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | an orange metal necklace of fine links | DC16 Jeweler: rose gold (an alloy of copper & gold). | 4% as is/100% if known | http://www.aureejewelry.com/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/650x/040ec09b1e35df139433887a97daa66f/m/a/marylebone-rose-gold-9ct-fine-chain_1.jpg

384 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | "an ordinary straw-packed wooden crate inside which is a beautifully crafted teapot, creamer, and sugar bowl set, made of thin porcelain. Maned, serpentine dragons have been painted on the set" | DC11 Claywork: Shou Porcelain from Kara-Tur | 10% as is/100% if known |

385 | 500 | 2d4 | 10 | This weird device is a disk of tightly wound reeds in a pivoted wooden clam shell holder covering all but the topmost reed openings | "DC13 Disable Device: When placed in wind the action of the air resonates through the reed and the disk spins to change the reeds, creating a tune. / DC13 Perform: Songwheels of the Serpent Hills made by the Gur based on devices found in ruins of the Serpent Hills" | 2% as is/40% part known/100% if known |

386 | 520 | 2d12 | 4 | "a brown statuette of a woman carved with her arms held out before her. She is wearing a multi-layered long garment, her hair is drawn back into a double knot, and a chignon is at the nape of her neck. She is wearing earrings made of golden wire & small turquoise colored tubes, as well as golden bracelets in the shape of snakes twisted around her lower arms. " | "DC13 Stonecraft: bone hard stone of goblinoid craft & carefully painted. / DC20 Knowledge Local: a hobgoblin homage gift, the crafters mean these statuettes as a declaration of courtship." | 10% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.alexanderancientart.com/cat/a0778/a0778.html

387 | 520 | 2d12 | 4 | a clay bottle full of a clear watery that smell faintly of grape wine. | DC17 Brewer: Evermead wine of a good vintage. | 5% as is/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Evermead

388 | 520 | 2d12 | 4 | a cloth tapestry depicting a wizened man with a long gray beard and wearing stag antlers on his head. Halos of magic encompass the man's hands and anthropomorphic plants rise from the forest around him. The border is a tassel fringe. | "DC11 Weaving: painted velvet tapestry of Illuskan craft. / DC14 Knowledge Local: Silent Dorn is depicted, a druid of the Northern Neverwinter Wood that resisted Illuskan designs on the forest but helped lost people find their ways home in the 13th century." | 10% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.edbeardjr.com/store/catalog/product_info.php/cPath/87_88/products_id/514

389 | 520 | 2d12 | 4 | a metal case with a hinged lid and an odd shape that fits comfortable in a medium humanoid's hand. The lid opens on the narrow-depth hinge to reveal metal & wood sticks. The case is decorated with chiseled clusters of military trophies & Rococo scrolls. | "DC11 Knowledge Geography: cartographers' measuring tools useful for interpreting maps (compass, ruler, pen, symbol crib-ruler). / DC16 Metalcraft: steel metal gilded with gold foil." | 5% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.romanovrussia.com/18_century_etui.jpg

390 | 520 | 2d12 | 4 | "four 1-inch, orange metal cubes with circular stamp marks of differing amounts gouged into each side." | DC16 Metalcraft: gold metal dice | 5% as is/100% if known | https://www.giftsaustralia.com.au/men/novelty/gold-playing-dice

391 | 540 | 2d8 | 6 | a suit of black armor with strips of overlapping burgundy brown riveted to the armor pieces and dozens of belts to tightly secure the pieces to the body. | DC13 Leathercraft: well crafted equivalent of studded leather armor made from deer & rothe skin. | 20% as is/100% if known | http://timeturbine.deviantart.com/art/Full-leather-armor-with-slats-187365370

392 | 540 | 2d8 | 6 | a weathered scroll of vellum filled with brown ink marks of swooping calligraphy. Remnants of wax show evidence of this scroll having been sealed but there is nothing left to determine anything more about the nature of the seal. | "Thorass + Calant: this scroll is a rambling account of actions deemed by the author to be true of a culprit, named Duncan Goldfeather, plotting the overthrow of ""the kingdom."" The verdict is forfeiture of all family assets and the culprit be hanged until dead. / DC15 Knowledge Local: this is a court judgment scroll to be acted upon with the authority of the ruling powers of that land. / DC19 Knowledge Nobility: Duncan Goldfeather was the last noble of house Goldfeather, he was executed for treason by King Dhalmass in 1191 DR." | 1% as is/5% part known/40% part known/100% if known | http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Goldfeather

393 | 550 | 2d10 | 5 | 4in gold hoop bangles for wear on the wrists and biceps of a medium humanoid | no secrets | 5 gp value each |

394 | 550 | 2d10 | 5 | a dagger shaped from a single piece of black glass with a polished black stone set into the hilt | DC11 Knowledge Religion: used as a ceremonial weapon by the Church of Shar. / DC13 Weaponcraft: carved obsidian with onyx ornamental stones to make a viable dagger. | 5% as is/90% part known/100% if known | http://www.nj-pbem.com/data/Gods/humangods/Shar.htm

395 | 550 | 2d10 | 5 | "a golden talisman with three human figures molded so they stand on a small blue gemstone and their linked arms making up the sides of the triangle. The head of the ""top"" figure has a ring through which a fine chain necklace may be looped" | DC16 Jeweler: dioptase semi-precious stone in copper of Tharan craft. | 20% as is/100% if known |

396 | 550 | 2d10 | 5 | A thread string of tiny brassy beads with a single eye piece in a silver frame. There is a clip on the other end so that it may be attached to itself forming a necklace of approximately 50 seeds | DC16 Jeweler: seed pearl precious stones | 2% as is/100% if known |

397 | 560 | 2d6 | 8 | "a golden baton with bright red, yellow, & blue beading around the end with the dangling clump of hair." | DC13 Healing: a fly whisk of horsehair with a gold-shod wooden handle decorated by glass beads | 5% as is/100% if known | http://donau-handcrafted-jewelry.ch/Objets_dart_.html#21

398 | 560 | 2d6 | 8 | an orc warrior with all of his regalia is painted on vellum with black ink and colored with natural dyes | "DC13 Painting: unknown style, perhaps an orcish mimicry of human portraits. / DC15 Knowledge History: the symbolism, costume, and props suggest the warlord was from the Western Heartlands. / DC20 Knowledge Local: the orc is the chieftain Wartsnak, also known as the Direlord under Illefarn, who was killed by the Heroes of Daggerford in mid-14th century DR." | 1% as is/10% part known/50% mostly known/100% if known | http://www.candlekeep.com/library/articles/npcs/npcs_fighter02.htm

399 | 600 | 2d4 | 12 | a broken porcelain plate striped by bands of gold and azure. | DC16 Claywork: Iriaeban-alabaster porcelain. / DC16 Claywork: heating the plate reveals an intricate bear design in the center | 0% as is/20% if repaired/100% if known |

400 | 600 | 2d4 | 12 | "a metal belt clasp molded with children picking apples from trees in a grove & a dog running excitedly around them. Five chains hang from the clasp suspending a scissors in a sheath, a miniature bucket, a metal fold pinching cloth, a circular enclosure connected together by a spindle, and a tiny tube - all of which are embossed and chased with elaborate patterns." | "DC13 Weaving: a chatelaine for sewing with scissors, thimble, pin cushion, thread dispenser, and needle case. / DC16 Metalcraft: silver styled in Sembian craft." | 5% as is/40% part known/100% if known | http://www.kalmarantiques.com.au/product/sterling-silver-victorian-chatelaine/

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