Narrow dark walnut cart

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Narrow dark walnut cart is a boutique shop in Wehnimer's Landing. It specializes in erithi clothing, and is located on Taarna Rd. outside the herbalist shop.

[Wehnimer's, Taarna Rd.] RNUM: 321
A small house is set back from the curve in the road, in the midst of a carefully tended garden of strange plants. A twisting path leading to the door is lined with carved wooden pots in which grow many species of pungent herbs. Two modwir saplings entwine over the door, forming a leafy arch. You also see a narrow dark walnut cart framed in delicate bronze nautilus shells with some stuff on it.

Inventory

On the dark walnut cart you see:

a butter-hued raw silk atika folded in softly waved peaks Weight: <1 pound head-worn 10000
an ocean blue muslin atika traced with delicate ivory ammonite shell embroidery Weight: <1 pound head-worn 10000
an ornately folded silken atiki studded with pure gold crane clasps Weight: <1 pound head-worn 10000
a dark auburn linen atiki with sharply folded copper-trimmed edges Weight: <1 pound head-worn 10000
a stiff-collared sable broadcloth isiqiri lined with round carved ivory buttons Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Very small (<2-4)
one item
chest-worn
functional
20000
a layered forest green samite isiqiri cuffed with fine silver and gold threading Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Very small (<2-4)
one item
chest-worn
functional
20000
a bell-sleeved celadon brocade atanika painted with cream lotus blossoms Weight: 8 pounds
Pocketed: Significant (100-119)
cloak-worn
functional
20000
a rich mulberry satin atanika adorned with fire agates down the central opening Weight: 8 pounds
Pocketed: Significant (100-119)
cloak-worn
functional
20000
a russet silk and linen ataniki simply cut with a left-bound front opening Weight: 8 pounds
Pocketed: Significant (100-119)
cloak-worn
functional
20000
an amber-colored heavy muslin ataniki inset with lustrous raw silk bands Weight: 8 pounds
Pocketed: Significant (100-119)
cloak-worn
functional
20000
an elegantly knotted vatanura fashioned from delicate cobalt blue watered silk Weight: <1 pound
Pocketed: Very small (<2-4)
one item
waist-worn (as a belt)
functional
10000
a pale cloudy grey burnt velvet vatanura swept with coiling ivy designs Weight: <1 pound
Pocketed: Very small (<2-4)
one item
waist-worn (as a belt)
functional
10000
a floor-length granite silk velvet robe patterned with broad silver-white leaves Weight: 8 pounds
Pocketed: Significant (100-119)
cloak-worn
functional
20000
a square-sleeved pine green satin robe woven with feathery tree bough silhouettes Weight: 8 pounds
Pocketed: Significant (100-119)
cloak-worn
functional
20000
a niveous marbled silk vatanura streaked with titian ribboning Weight: <1 pound
Pocketed: Very small (<2-4)
one item
waist-worn (as a belt)
functional
10000
a gleaming pewter brocaded silk vatanura Weight: <1 pound
Pocketed: Very small (<2-4)
one item
waist-worn (as a belt)
functional
10000
some gently flared ebon suede nanjir Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Very small (<2-4)
a couple of items of very small size
leg-worn
functional
15000
a pair of billowy silver and alabaster silk nanjir Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Very small (<2-4)
a couple of items of very small size
leg-worn
functional
15000
some slim black silk satin kanjir seamed with tiny cloud agate beads Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Very small (<2-4)
a couple of items of very small size
leg-worn
functional
15000
a pair of slender velvet kanjir finished in green-tinged porraye Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Very small (<2-4)
a couple of items of very small size
leg-worn
functional
15000
a bluish violet samite kanjiqi embellished with thin-cut bamboo disks Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Very small (<2-4)
one item
leg-worn
functional
20000
a gilded brushed leather kanjiqi artfully sculpted into narrow pleats Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Very small (<2-4)
one item
leg-worn
functional
20000
a flowing white sailcloth tunic with oval-shaped ironwood toggles Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Very small (<2-4)
one item
chest-worn
functional
15000
a tailored combed wool tunic colored in shades of indigo and lapis blue Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Very small (<2-4)
one item
chest-worn
functional
15000
some rush-soled walnut leather yatane Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Very small (<2-4)
one item
foot-worn
functional
15000
some low-heeled onyx suede yatane Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Very small (<2-4)
one item
foot-worn
functional
15000


Translations

An atika and an atiki are both headworn shawls. The atika is the headgear of Erithi women, starched in a series of three or more wave-like peaks flowing back from the forehead. Everyday atika are simple--sometimes dyed but never patterned or embroidered. The formal atika is brightly hued and heavily embroidered. An atiki is the headgear of Erithi men; it sweeps back at the crown and folds inward along the edges. Like the atika, formal atiki utilize lush silks and linens in myriad hues and are often heavily embroidered.

An isiqiri is a shirt worn by both Erithi men and Erithi women. Its sleeves always come to the wrist and are cuffed in some manner. Isiqiri have short, stiff and upright collars which are unfolded and rise one to two fingers above the shirt. They are buttoned, often in a matching style to the manner of cuffing, but often the method of buttoning is hidden by an overflap of material. They are generally worn under atanika and ataniki. There is no appreciable difference between the cuts of those worn by men and those worn by women.

An atanika and an ataniki are both robes. The atanika is worn by Erithi women; it is a a multi-layered robe with a center line opening. The ataniki is worn by Erithi men; it is similar to the atanika, but its cut allows for a left-line wrap instead of a center line one.

A vatanura is a sash--a side-tied waist sash.

Nanjir and kanjir are pants. Nanjir are roomy, generally unadorned pants similar to breeches; they are buttoned below the knee and flare at the hips and thighs. Both Erithi men and women wear nanjir. Kanjir are tight-fitting leggings that terminate at the ankle. Erithi women wear them as an alternative to nanjir.

A kanjiqi is a sheath--specifically, a thigh-sheath that Erithi women wear with kanjir.

Yatane are shoes--ankle-length, low-heeled shoes with gently pointed toes.