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2016 Inventory

a black fel wagon, Room 43, Lich #20307, go fel wagon

Cobbling

Showroom

[Come To Heel, Showroom]
Candlelit globes flicker above ivory-hued silks draped from the top of the wagon, creating softly illuminated panels that gleam across the polished hardwood floors. Silk slippers, velvet-lined fel chopines, and spike-heeled leather shoes are showcased on top of a silvered glass display case in the center of the room across from a spindly ivory-inlaid table, some woven reed baskets filled with vendible items stacked underneath. A large window fixed with a plush velvet-cushioned seat is stationed next to a brass-handled door.
Obvious exits: out
The wares in the showroom are for cobblers to craft high quality footwear.  Settings are in the case, and a variety of trim pieces and plates are on the table, while materials for uppers are found in the baskets.  Dyes are in a tub in the backroom.

On the spindly ivory-inlaid table you see:

Trimmings

a length of frothy lace 3500
some fishing line 500
a set of fibrous tentacles 500
a length of grey squirrel fur 3500
a length of glossy vair 3500
a pair of rainbow glaes plates 1000
a pair of monogrammed ora plates 1000
a pair of stained glass plates 1000
a pair of smoky nacre plates 1000
a pair of cog-fused metal plates 1000
some knitted silk webs 500

In the silvered glass display case you see:

Settings

a set of interlocking gears 2000
some sap-hardened fel knots
some onyx thorns
some silvery fishhooks
some amber-encased dragonflies
some tiny crystal stars
some dichroic glass moths
some lacquered fig leaf settings
some smoky glass lilac settings

In the some woven reed baskets you see:

Uppers

a wedge of spinewood clogs 3000
a roll of moreen
a roll of wool tartan
a square of ostrich leather
a bolt of lyraigne
a block of pearwood chopines
a block of stained walnut chopines
a square of pigskin
a bolt of burnt velvet
a bolt of posy-patterned brocade

Reception

Go door

[Come to Heel, Reception]
A narrow, ivory wool carpet leads from a brass-handled black fel door through rows of carefully stacked boxes to a glass-topped lacquered fel desk in the rear of the wagon. Behind the desk, a wing-backed red leather chair with a matching footstool is partitioned off behind a painted silk screen.
In the Common language, it reads:
The punches in the cabinet are for use by master cobblers only.  They can be used to add your hallmark to cobbled footwear.  A talented merchant can add a custom hallmark, as well as improve the punch to provide additional functionality to your footwear.
                ~~~~
silver punch = laces for boots
metal punch = buckles for boots
ora punch = blood for boots
steel punch = general use

In the dark-stained walnut cabinet you see:

a labeled cream paper box Pocketed: Fairly small (8-11)
any number of items
5000
a string-tied ecru parchment box Pocketed: Fairly small (8-11)
any number of items
5000
a narrow ebonwood sewing kit with a silvered glass lid Pocketed: Medium (20-39)
any number of items
belt-worn
functional
15000
a heart-shaped pink velvet sewing kit Pocketed: Medium (20-39)
any number of items
belt-worn
functional
15000
a slatted haon and fel sewing kit Pocketed: Medium (20-39)
any number of items
belt-worn
functional
15000
an ivory-inlaid steel punch 50000
a blood red ruby-inlaid ora punch 50000
a matte black metal punch 50000
a fel-handled silver punch 50000

In the dye-splattered tub you see:

a vial of pale rose dye       2000
a vial of autumnal orange dye
a vial of pale citrine dye
a vial of pearlescent lavender dye
a vial of murky black dye
a vial of milky white dye
a vial of rose-tinted gold dye
a vial of peacock blue dye
a vial of misty grey dye
a vial of pastel purple dye
a vial of fog grey dye
a vial of off-white dye
a vial of mallow pink dye
a vial of fiery coral dye

2015 Inventory

a black fel wagon, Room 43, Lich #20307, go fel wagon

Showroom

[Come To Heel, Showroom] RNUM: 22513
Candlelit globes flicker above ivory-hued silks draped from the top of the wagon, creating softly illuminated panels that gleam across the polished hardwood floors. Silk slippers, velvet-lined fel chopines, and spike-heeled leather shoes are showcased on top of a silvered glass display case in the center of the room across from a spindly ivory-inlaid table, some woven reed baskets filled with vendible items stacked underneath. A large window fixed with a plush velvet-cushioned seat is stationed next to a brass-handled door. You also see a gilt-framed ivory parchment sign.
Obvious exits: out
The wares in the showroom are for cobblers to craft high quality footwear.  Dyes and settings are in the case, and a variety of trim pieces and plates are on the table, while materials for uppers are found in the baskets.  There are shoeboxes for your cobbled creations through the door, as well as refreshments. ~ Lady Airisu
Cobbling materials

On the Table you see

a set of thick linen fibers 500
a length of ruched satin 3500
some prepared marten fur pelts 3500
a pair of lapis-set gold plates 1000
some flimsy copper plates 1000
a set of bubbled glass plates 1000
a pair of spiky steel plates 1000
a pair of perforated metal plates 1000
some colorful yarn 500
some silk webbing 500

In the Case you see

a vial of pastel pink dye 2000
a vial of platinum dye 2000
a vial of dark cyan dye 2000
a vial of gold-flecked plum dye 2000
a vial of marigold dye 2000
some smoky violet agate settings 2000
some teal sea glass pebbles 2000
some mixed metal crescents 2000
some marbled mint stones 2000
some ivory leaf charms 2000

In the Baskets you see

a wedge of cork 3000
a bolt of paeline 3000
a roll of papyrus 3000
a square of kidskin 3000
a bolt of patterned samite 3000
a block of zebrawood 3000
a block of cypress 3000
a square of quilted leather 3000
a roll of chamois 3000
a bolt of jacquard 3000

Reception

Go door

[Come to Heel, Reception] RNUM: 22514
A narrow, ivory wool carpet leads from a brass-handled black fel door through rows of carefully stacked boxes to a glass-topped lacquered fel desk in the rear of the wagon. Behind the desk, a wing-backed red leather chair with a matching footstool is partitioned off behind a painted silk screen. You also see a wooden cabinet.
Obvious exits: none

In the Cabinet you see

a labeled stark white box Pocketed:Small
any number of items
5000
a raffia-tied green paper box Pocketed:Small
any number of items
5000
a round linden sewing kit painted with silvery wrens Pocketed:MA
any number of items
worn as belt
functional
15000
a silk-covered sewing kit with red floral appliques Pocketed:MA
any number of items
worn as belt
functional
15000
a brass-hinged cedar sewing kit Pocketed:MA
any number of items
worn as belt
functional
15000
a vial of virescent dye 2000
a vial of smoky green dye 2000
a vial of shadowy grey dye 2000
a vial of stone grey dye 2000
a vial of burnt orange dye 2000
a vial of obsidian black dye 2000