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These items don't belong in a particular province or to a particular culture. 

"Amorous Giantess" Royal Ensemble Set of bedroom stilts and large furry mittens for enacting the erotic charade "The King and the Amorous Giantess."
"Ancient" Clay Goblet A simple grail thought to be used as a drinking vessel. Any claims it was found in ancient ruins are probably just that.
"Authentic" Dragon Claw This curved object is dark black and has a very sharp point. Rumored to be a dragon claw, its authenticity has not be verified.
"Cavorting Dremora Among the Ruins" This whimsical painting depicts what wealthy citizens must imagine Dremora are like: All smiling and dancing in an unnamed ruin.
"Lusty Argonian Maid" Art Folio A well-worn book of stimulating images illustrating the popular tale of "The Lusty Argonian Maid."
"Shalk Blue" Tattoo Ink Tattoo ink obtained by milking bloated shalks. Slightly more blue than common tattoo ink.
"Skooma Surprise" Canteen A simple tin canteen. When the spigot is twisted three times, it connects to a secondary, much smaller reservoir.
"Stillrise Stagger" Timer Top Elaborate tortoise-shell top spun while playing "Stillrise Stagger" to determine how long a player must hop without falling.
Abstract Silver Centerpiece The sculptor may have begun molding this centerpiece with a specific likeness in mind, but he must have later abandoned it.
Aetheric Lodestone This extremely rare, perfectly round orb is highly magnetic and threaded with veins of glowing blue Aetherium.
Akatosh Dragon Eye "By the eyes of Akatosh" takes on new meaning when you have one of these expensive dragon eye gems blessed to the god.
Akaviri Lord-Marshal's Baton Ivory baton capped with the carved head of a polar bear. The carving indicates a Kamal Akaviri Lord-Marshal's symbol of command.
Alchemist's Measuring Jar A jar with marks on the inside for measuring alchemical powders and liquids, as used at Linnea's Liniments in Bleakrock.
Alchemist's Scale A device for measuring the weight and volume of alchemical components, as used in Scent of Serenity in Riften.
Amber-Encased Torchbug This unfortunate torchbug was caught in a flood of sap a long time ago. Polished to a shine, it is now an amber paperweight.
Ancient Map of Unknown Land This antique map clearly shows a land currently unknown by modern cartographers and explorers.
Antique Sewing Kit Spools of fine thread and an array of steel needles rest inside this polished cherrywood kit.
Antique Sewing Kit with Adamantium Needles Imported netch-leather case containing splendid antique sewing kit, with adamantium leather-needles.
Antique Silver Flatware Four place settings of antique silver flatware set into a velvet-lined wooden box.
Antler Headdress A purely decorative headdress affixed to the heads of statues on holy days.
Area Rug Dark red with an intricate navy pattern sewn into the border, this medium rug is soft to the touch.
Aristocrat's Alabaster Perfume Bottle Alabaster perfume bottle with squeeze bulb and brass atomizer, half full of "Eau de Boar Bacon."
Arkay Meditation Beads These meditation beads are often used by Priests of Arkay when consecrating the dead.
Arkay Mourning Shawl A dark-colored shawl worn to honor the dead, as per the traditions set forth in the "Cycles of Arkay."
Arkay's Undead Repellent A small pouch containing items blessed by a priest of Arkay, it is said to ward off all sorts of undead creatures.
Artificer's Hand Drill A miniature, hand-cranked mechanical drill used for extremely intricate work on clockwork mechanisms.
Artificer's Loupe A finely made type of jeweler's loupe, this magnifying device can clearly reveal small details.
Ash Drinking Cup A simple and elegant cup, carved from a single piece of heartwood.
Baan Dar Whittling Knife Ostensibly designed for whittling, Khajiit and Wood Elf alike are known to employ these blades in popular tavern games.
Bag of Gemstones These gemstones should sell nicely on the black market.
Barkbite Ever-Burning Dark Lanthorn Exquisitely-forged lantern with painted, sliding shutters, containing a firebowl of ever-burning "Nirnpith Kindlepitch."
Beachcomber's Basket A tightly woven basket filled with polished shells and seaglass, collected from the coast.
Bear Skin Rug The bear's head is remarkably preserved. There can be no mistake: this rug is looking at you with its beady glass eyes.
Bear-Claw Parchment Clasp A clasp cleverly crafted from the claw of a snow bear to hold sheets of loose parchment together.
Bed Warmer A round metal contraption for warming the bed with hot coals on frigid winter nights.
Bedside Fertility Censer Silver bowl decorated with symbols of Mother Mara, for burning incense said to encourage conception.
Beeswax Heart This beeswax heart details the long life of a loving couple. A fence could melt it down and resell the fine wax to forgers.
Beetle Drippings Thinking Oil A bottle of pungent oil rubbed into the scalp. The vapors are said to help concentrate on repetitive tasks.
Beetle Shell Cheese Plate A plate designed to serve cheese, made from the shell of a giant beetle.
Beetle-Be-Gone Guaranteed to keep biting insects out of your bed linens. It works great if you don't mind your bed smelling like rotten limes.
Beetle-Leg Clothes Hanger A sturdy clothes hanger fashioned from the leg of an assassin beetle.
Beetle-Scale Throw Rug A small rug used to cover a portion of a bare floor. The spongy nature of the beetle scales makes it particularly comfortable.
Bejeweled Eye-Patch Scraper A fancy, specialized tool to keep one's eye-patch clean. Perfect for the fashionable privateer on the go.
Bilboquet This wooden children's toy consists of a wooden cup on a handle and a ball attached by a string.
Bird-of-Paradise Writing Quill Elaborately-plumed quill with silver nib and tooled-hide hip-belt quill-holster.
Bizarre Daedric Text Attempts to read this book leave the reader nauseous and disoriented. The runes constantly shift and change.
Black Lace Kerchief This kerchief has the faint smell of wood smoke, as if from a pyre.
Blacksmith's Hammer A sturdy hammer for crafting metal.
Blank Leatherbound Journal The pages of this well-bound book are stiff and empty.
Blessed Spade This digging spade is decorated with semi-precious stones and was blessed by a priest of Zeht.
Blood-Orange Peeler A double-bladed tool for peeling the skin from a blood-orange or other fruits with hard rinds.
Bloodgutter Tattooed Tambourine Tambourine with silver zils. The tanned skin drumhead sports a tattoo of a pirate ship and the words "Bloodgutter Bosun."
Bloodsport Pass A small wooden plaque, bearing the symbol of the Hammerdeath Arena, provides entry to the bloodsport events.
Blue Satin and Velvet Caul Patterned hair-snood of bright blue satin and darker blue velvet, with a light crespine to hold it on.
Boar-Bladder Hand Warmer An enchanted triple-sealed bladder. When squeezed, the fist-sized bulb warms rapidly.
Boarbristle Brush This simple brush is surprisingly stiff. It could just as easily be used to brush a mount.
Bolt of Red Fabric Soft to the touch, only a small square has been cut from the corner of this bright red fabric.
Bone Knitting Needles These knitting needles are sturdy and exquisitely-carved.
Bone Knitting Needles These knitting needles are sturdy and exquisitely-carved.
Bone Ship Carving The details of this ship are as pointed as the jagged bone that forms it. It was probably created by a skilled craftsman.
Bottle of First Era Golden Wine An extremely rare vintage, considered to be an antique. The symbol of three coins is etched into the bottle.
Bottle of First Era Sancre Tor Red An extremely rare vintage, quite valuable to collectors. A symbol of a runestone is etched into the bottle.
Bottle of First Era Snowfire Wine An extremely rare vintage, considered priceless by some collectors. The symbol of a flame is etched into the bottle.
Bottle of Five-Filtered Eel Unguent Fancy green-glass bottle of eel unguent filtered five times through cheesecloth for purity.
Bottle of Torchbug Ink Bottle of glowing ink that, when applied to parchment, draws greenly luminous letters.
Braided Feather Ornament An elaborate ornament featuring a splash of feathers, cowry shells, and dyed reed ribbons.
Bramblebreach Pipe A long and heavy pipe, constructed of smooth wood. The skilled craftsmanship sets it apart from others of its kind.
Brandy Snifter A glass curved to trap the aroma of brandy. Alas, it is empty.
Brass Calipers These simple handheld calipers can be used to measure, grip, or hold down loose papers.
Brass Candelabra This candelabra stands empty, its three branches devoid of candles or any leftover wax residue.
Brass Candelabra This candelabra stands empty, its three branches devoid of candles or any leftover wax residue.
Brass Candle Snuffer Although a little sooty inside, this polished candle snuffer is the perfect size for putting out small desk candles.
Brass Candlestick Holder Shiny and functional, these candlestick holders are extremely versatile, able to hold both candles and candle-shaped things.
Brass Hourglass Alarm A brass hourglass with a pressure-sensitive plate inside that triggers a wind-up bell when a certain amount of sand falls on it.
Brass Navigator's Quadrant Brass device used by a ship's navigator to help determine its location; engraved with the name "Albatross."
Brass Oil Lamp This simple brass oil lamp can provide light for hours. With a little polishing, it would be as good as new.
Brass Ship's Sextant A finely made nautical sextant of polished brass.
Brass Spyglass There's hardly a dent in this beautiful spyglass.
Brass Wedding Pin This simple pin symbolizes an eternal bond of love. If its bestower wasn't so cheap, it would be worth more for resale.
Brass Windup Clockwork Frog Windup clockwork amphibian that croaks and shoots out its tongue at the sound of a certain tone.
Brewer's Flask This sturdy glass flask is used to mix yeast when brewing.
Bright Butcher's Cleaver A fat cleaver with a notch designed specifically for scraping meat from bones.
Brightly Colored Scarf A striped, multicolored, knitted winter scarf that seems absurdly long.
Broken Akaviri Hoplite's Helm Akaviri spearman's steel burgonet, broken and missing its visor, a souvenir of the recent invasion.
Buca's Tasty Tooth Polish Paste made from torchbugs and other natural ingredients, formulated to clean and polish teeth. Available at The Subtle Philter!
Burgundy Kerchief This fashionable pocket cloth is extremely soft and dyed a rich burgundy.
Burnished Silver Handle Does a wardrobe really need a handle? Not when a fence can resell it for silver scrap.
Burnished Spyglass A finely polished collapsible telescope.
Calf-Skin Baby Shoes A pair of baby shoes, never worn.
Calf-Skin Hand Warmer A muff purportedly created by "indigenous tribal crafters" and sold exclusively in high-end shops throughout Tamriel.
Camoran Banner A tall and tattered banner that's obviously seen battle. It still stands proudly, and could be useful to smugglers.
Canary Down Neck-Pillow A small, soft pillow that makes sleeping out in the wilds almost feel like home.
Candles of Mara Used to celebrate the passing of another year of marriage, these candles are a symbol of love and devotion.
Canteen Cozy Used by travelers and soldiers alike, this simple cozy will keep a canteen's contents warm for hours.
Caravan Master's Scale Merchants claim this type of scale features a degree of accuracy that lesser instruments do not.
Caravan Minder's Mirror This is a small mirror carried by caravan guards and used to keep an eye out for any ambushes coming from the rear.
Caravan Schedule These simple maps and notes appear to reveal a future caravan's route and schedule. A fence could resell these to bandits.
Caravaneer's Canteen A sturdy steel canteen, emblazoned with the caravaneer's guild heraldry. A valuable tool in trade negotiations.
Carved Dragon Figurine A devotional carving representing the dragon-god Akatosh.
Carved Ivory Lotion Bottle Ornamental carved ivory bottle labeled "Green Witch Brand Wrinkle Remover" and containing a glowing chartreuse unguent.
Carved Mahogany Walking Stick An elegant walking stick. Perfect for a low-impact Sundas stroll—or for making an impression at parties.
Carved Pumice Stone This block of abrasive rock has been carved to fit the hand, making it easier to erase ink from parchment.
Carved Shell Dish This intricately carved seashell can be used as a tray to hold jewelry.
Celestial Mirror This ancient mirror is framed by images carved into its surface resembling the celestial constellations.
Celestite Drinking Glass A finely-wrought drinking glass made from a cool blue geode.
Ceramic Dibella Figurine Fingerprints cover this well-worn but masterfully crafted statue.
Ceramic Urn An urn painted with idyllic scenes of farm life in Tamriel. It should resell nicely once the ashes are dumped out.
Ceremonial Cauldron-Stirring Hand-Spoon Ceremonial long-handled cauldron-stirring spoon shaped from a skeletal forearm and hand encased in beetle-amber.
Ceremonial Decanter A porcelain vessel emblazoned with the symbols of the Eight Divines.
Charmed Crystal Decanter This crystal decanter is magically charmed to heat or cool liquor to its optimum drinking temperature, based on its type.
Chaste Harpy Keepsake Pillow The infamous Chaste Harpy fest hall gifts these plush pillows to discerning guests upon the conclusion of their visit.
Cheaply Bound Journal This journal contains private thoughts and personal details. A fence may be able to resell it to a blackmailer.
Cherrywood Morsel Bowl A small, wooden bowl, usually filled with tiny nibbles and set beside the bed for late-night snacking.
Chicken-Mudcrab Thing Why anyone would attach the head of a chicken to the body of a mudcrab is anyone's guess, but somebody will probably buy it.
Child's Drum Though incredibly common, simple drums such as this one are still in high demand among bandits in need of inexpensive signals.
Children's Wooden Bowls These small glass bowls are adorned with cute little monkeys playing in the trees.
Chipped Imperial Tea Cup An exquisite tea cup from an Imperial tea service setting, marred by a tiny chip in the porcelain.
Chitin Box with Toothpick Collection Box of thunderbug chitin containing a collection of 341 toothpicks: ivory, bugshell, bone, imported wood, and even flint.
Chitin Soup Bowl This finely crafted, large bowl holds enough soup to be shared between three to four people.
Chrysamere Letter Opener This solid gold letter opener is an miniature replica of the ancient Paladin's Blade "Chrysamere."
Clay Cup This simple clay cup is in perfect condition. There are no nicks or blemishes.
Cloth-of-Gold Torchbug Hair-Cage Glittering cloth-of-gold net with flexible band; it is snugged over one's hair, and then filled with a dozen winking torchbugs.
Club Insignia A small pumice worry-stone, carved with the symbol of an exclusive club of merchants and traders.
Coffer of Light from the Dawn Era Sealed jade box, said to be lined with mirrors and containing an eternally-reflected gleam of light from the Dawn Era.
Collar of Bones This strand was taken from the neck of the Child of Bones. It's surprisingly cold.
Collection of Belaying Pins Curious collection of sailing ship belaying pins, each one labeled with the name of a shipwreck.
Collectors' Sload-Carved Leviathan Tooth Rare Eltheric leviathan tooth, even more sought-after due to it being carved with looping, untranslatable Sload script.
Colorful Tapestry An elaborate woven tapestry depicting scenes of knights and mages doing battle with mudcrabs.
Colovian Reserve Wine A vintage bottle of wine that will only get better with time, if you can avoid drinking it.
Combination Letter Opener and Rodent Skewer Small slim blade the length of an index finger, weighted for throwing across the room, but harmless to all but small rodents.
Commemorative Spyglass An expensive spyglass, handed out at a noble's party as a gift to favored guests.
Common Buckle There is nothing flashy about this buckle. Its previous owner was likely of modest or practical temperament.
Compilation of First Concerns A list of the day's priorities, in order of importance. The reverse is blank, and could be reused.
Concealed Alabaster Skooma Pipe An imported marlwood box labeled "Spatula Set (Extra)" holds an elaborately hand-carved alabaster skooma pipe.
Concealed Valuables Pouch A black silk pouch with attached hooks and wires, allowing it to be hidden within a variety of furniture.
Constellation Guide A handsome reference book about the constellations. The Star-Gazers issue these to senior members.
Copper Measures This set of fine copper measures is often used by merchants to charge by weight.
Copper Soup Ladle A copper ladle for serving soups and sauces.
Copper Spice Grinder The teeth of this copper spice grinder are still sharp while a soft squeaking emanates from the turn handle.
Corundum Drinking Flask A strangely shaped flask made from corundum.
Creepy Monkey Puppet This hideous grimacing puppet is likely used to scold misbehaving children. The brass castanets could be resold.
Cricket Cage A small weasel-bone cage, lovingly crafted and occupied by a single cricket. It remains eerily quiet.
Croc-Tooth Dice and Dice Cup Hardwood dice cup containing a set of dice made from crocodile teeth, from Fishcatcher's Inn.
Crow Feather Quill This quill is made from the large feather of a crow.
Crow Mother Cursed Quill Pen Writing plume from Crow's Wood that will write only curses, blasphemies, and vile oaths.
Crystal Candleholder These candleholders are perfect for an elegant table setting.
Crystal Candlestick Holder The crystal of these candlestick holders casts a brilliant pattern of light and shadow when the candles are lit.
Crystal Punch Bowl Complete with ladle, this crystal punch bowl can hold a lot of liquid.
Crystal Sweetroll Whomever carved this trinket clearly had a deep love and appreciation for sweetrolls.
Crystal Wine Decanter A stoppered wine decanter of fine crystal.
Crystal Wine Glass This glass has a tiny maker's mark etched into the base.
Curious Family Portrait A painting of an unnamed ancestor of a wealthy family, the eyes seem to follow you wherever you go.
Curious Parchment This parchment bears a disturbing resemblance to human skin. It's probably just calf-skin. Right?
Cutting board A solid cutting board with only a few knife nicks in the wood.
Cyrodiil Badge of Honor A prestigious gold medal given to warriors wounded in the Three Banners War.
Cyrodiil Battle Tassel The distinctive tassel is often worn for luck by warriors preparing to enter battle in war-torn Cyrodiil.
Cyrodiil Combat Canteen An ornate and rather ostentatious drinking vessel provided to those who volunteer to fight in the Three Banners War.
Daedric Candlestick This candlestick, decorated with dancing scamps and banekin frolicking in a Daedric circle, might be a novelty—or cult fetish.
Daedric Tarot Cards A set of hand-painted Tarot cards featuring depictions of the various Daedric Princes.
Dark Den Remembrance Pillow The infamous Dark Den fest hall and brothel gifts these plush pillows to discerning guests upon the conclusion of their visit.
Decorative Cheese Crock A heavy, earthenware crock tinged with gold, designed to store strong and pungent cheeses for later consumption.
Decorative Ink Well This finely etched vessel is full of fresh ink.
Deerbone Comb This simple comb is well-polished. None of the teeth are missing.
Deerskin Dustpan This dustpan was made using multiple layers of deerskin so that it's both flexible and sturdy.
Deerskin Gold Pouch A small pouch made of embroidered deerskin, designed to hold gold or other valuables.
Delicate Brass Birdcage Fanciful birdcage of brass wire, with a chain and eyelet for hanging, labeled "Sabir's General Goods" underneath.
Deluxe Desk Blotter A deluxe version of a common desk blotter for the desk of a wealthy patron, perfect for absorbing excess or spilled ink.
Desert Cologne Opening this gilded and polished bottle of liquid releases an overwhelming smell. At least you can sell the bottle.
Desktop Concentration Censer Bronze desktop censer for burning sandalwood incense, said to help sharpen concentration, in a package labeled Starfall Arcana.
Desktop Nine-Holes Game Desktop nine-holes set, base made of thunderbug carapace, with finely-carved bone pieces.
Diamond-Studded Julianos Lapel Pin An exquisite lapel-pin, in the shape of Julianos' triangle and studded with diamonds, is a favorite accessory for any mage.
Dibella Napkin Holders Each of these fashionable napkin holders was molded into a voluptuous depiction of the goddess of beauty.
Dining Table Dung Beetle House Small pearl- and agate-studded pod-house used to contain the large dung beetle released to clean up the table between courses.
Disquieting Family Portrait A somewhat disturbing portrait. Perhaps it's the way their eyes follow you. Or the rictus grins. Or the additional tail.
Disreputable Correspondence A collection of scandalous correspondence between rival merchants attempting to defraud their Alliance.
Disreputable Dispatches A collection of dispatches revealing two competing merchants and their conspiracy to fix prices.
Disreputable Memorandums A collection of memorandums detailing a merchant's attempt to cheat a rival merchant out of a price-fixing scheme.
Dog Training Pamphlet Excessive barking? Running away? Chasing the cat? This pocket-sized pamphlet will help you train your problem dog!
Downy Pillow This pillow is made of high quality duck down.
Dowsing Femur This expertly carved divining rod is a popular tool for luckless hunters.
Dragon Paperweight A small, heavy dragon of shaped glass, used to keep papers and other documents from scattering in a strong breeze.
Dragonbone Comb This comb, seemingly made of dragonbone, is carved as a stylized dragon head with the comb's teeth coming from its maw.
Dragonscale Purse This small purse, purported to be made of real dragonscale, features a silver clasp in the form of a stylized dragon.
Dragonstar Caravan Company Bill of Lading Transportation charges with a summary of cargo and weight for a single delivery. It could be valuable to smugglers.
Draugr Dice A set of dice carved from mammoth tusk ivory, used for the popular game "Draugr, Draugr, Lich."
Dremora Ragamuffin Doll It seems someone thought this scary, raggedy doll would be popular with children.
Dreugh Wax Crescent Candles Pair of disc-shaped candles, one pink, one blue; when burned they melt away to a crescent shape.
Dreugh-Claw Paring Knife This small cooking knife appears to be an antique.
Driftwood Flummery A chunk of driftwood carved into the shape of a sweetroll and mounted to a small block for display.
Dwemer Compass Made of simple copper, this dwemer relic is used to measure or maintain orientation.
Dwemer Grocery List This old list contains various ingredients that can no longer be found in Tamriel but may still be of interest to a historian.
Eagle Feather Quill This fine feather would be of great value to collectors.
Eagle-Bone Chopsticks A set of polished eating utensils, made from carved eagle bones.
Eagle-Shaped Gravy Boat A simple, themed gravy boat. Useful and aesthetically pleasing.
Eagle's Gaze Monocle A corrective lens used to enhance the vision in only one eye, enchanted to increase it's magnification a dozen-fold.
Earthenware Jar This earthenware jar is surprisingly sturdy.
Ebony Mephala Idol This priceless little idol is shaped like a spider and used in the secret worship of the Daedric Prince, Mephala.
Ebony Spoon It's hard to imagine who would waste ebony ore to forge a spoon, but that doesn't make it any less valuable.
Ebony Vessel of the Abyss Conical black vase used for meditation; a look into its interior is like peering into an endlessly-deepening black nothingness.
Ebony Wood Musical Calliope A hand-cranked musical calliope of exquisite craftsmanship. Its construction is of a rare ebony wood.
Elaborate Feather Lure This huge fishing lure looks far too large and ungainly to use. It's covered in beads, feathers, mirrors, and large steel hooks.
Elder Down Pillow This supple leather pillow is filled with the downy feathers of an aged duck.
Elegant Waterskin A supple leather pouch that boasts silver engravings. It can hang at your side, fit in your pack, and quench your thirst.
Embroidered Pot Holder A quilted pot holder with an intricate embroidered floral pattern.
Embroidered Purse A supple leather pouch with a fish embroidery stitched in fine blue thread.
Enchanted Broom An otherwise unremarkable broom, enchanted to sweep an entire room by itself when its owner claps thrice.
Engraved Stein A polished steel stein featuring an elaborate engraving of a man fighting a bear.
Errinorne Valet's Two-Way Hand Mirror Silver-chased hand-mirror, devised so a valet can see from its back what it's reflecting in the front, for proper holding.
Etched Iron Tenderizer A heavy kitchen tool used to prepare meat. The handle features a stylized wolf skull engraving.
Etched Silver Decanter This is one of several extremely valuable decanters personalized for the merchant-lords of Tamriel.
Etched Steel Bridle A sturdy and well-crafted harness.
Everburning Spice Candle A candle enchanted to release the pleasant aroma of spices while burning "forever," according to the tiny label.
Exquisite Bone Stylus An antique writing tool carved from a wolf's mandible.
Faded Wanted Poster A wanted poster from a distant city with exceptional artwork. A fence may purchase this as decoration for an outlaws refuge.
Falcon Feather Stylus A writing stylus made from the sharpened plume of a falcon feather.
Falcon's Hood A high-quality leather hood designed to fit over the head of a trained falcon.
Falconhead Work-Hammer The steel head of this work-hammer is molded into the shape of a broad-billed river falcon.
False Eye Made of roughly carved glass, this garishly painted eye could never be mistaken for the real thing.
Fancy "I Hate Morndas" Kaveh Mug Insulated mug for hot beverages, made of turtle shell inlaid with a mother-of-pearl epigram.
Fancy Desk Blotter A fancy version of a common desk blotter, perfect for absorbing excess or spilled ink. The ivory handle is made from whalebone.
Fancy Porridge Bowl An extravagant and finely decorated bowl that seems almost too fancy for serving simple porridge.
Fancy Royal Tablecloth Most households don't usually fuss with such things, but when they use a tablecloth, one depicting favored royalty is preferred.
Fancy Waving Octopus Jewelry Stand Jewelry and ring stand, a taxidermied octopus waving all eight tentacles aloft, with jeweled eyes and silver beak.
Fang Polishing Kit A kit of specialized tools for cleaning, sharpening, and polishing vampire fangs.
Fanisea Kwama Egg A kwama egg of porcelain and gem stones, crafted by the artist Fanisea. Not one of her fancy works, but beautiful all the same.
Farziseh's Harpy Egg A harpy egg of porcelain and gem stones, crafted by the artist Farziseh. Not one of her fancy works, but beautiful all the same.
Fast-Running Hourglass A common time-keeping device. This one's sand runs a bit fast.
Feather Pillow This long, fluffy pillow looks brand new, like no head ever rested upon it.
Fermenting Jug A jug used to ferment homemade alcohol, usually decorated with animals native to specific parts of Tamriel.
Festive Fingerbone Mouth Harp Musical instrument, a set of reeded pipes of varying lengths carved from fingerbones and painted with bright festival hues.
Fig Slicer An unnecessarily complicated contraption. Almost certainly a wedding gift.
Filigreed Ash Urn with Portable Altar Ancestral ash urn, pewter with gold filigree, with folding altar stand to enable worship on one's travels.
Filigreed Serving Spoon A spoon for serving very fancy puddings, stews, soups, or casseroles.
Finds' Whiskey Distiller A device for making potent almost-a-poison whiskey in the comfort of your own home, it has Finds-Fine-Drinks' stamp of approval.
Fine Crystal Pitcher Light striking this crystalline pitcher breaks into myriad directions and a spectrum of colors.
Fine Leather Coin Purse Someone spent a great deal of gold here. Judging by the state of the linens, it's best not to think about what they spent it on.
Fine Leather Waterskin An empty waterskin made of supple leather and stoppered with a cork.
Finely-Crafted Violin Crafted from the finest spruce and maple and stained to a luxuriant reddish-brown, this is a fine instrument.
First Era Illuminated Manuscript A gorgeous illuminated manuscript from the First Era, decorated with gold and silver leaf, containing prayers to the Divines.
First Era Replica Tea Service A tea service modeled after one from the First Era, obviously a family heirloom.
Fish-Bone Shears This pair of fish-bone shears are remarkably light and very, very sharp.
Fish-Skin Parchment The pages of this catfish-skin parchment are remarkably wide. The beast must have been massive.
Flat Brass Rotating Lunolabe Device with rotating brass rings for figuring the phases of the moons on any day of the year.
Flatiron This simple flatiron can be used to press clothes. In a pinch, it can squash a skeever flat.
Floral Vase Form follows function. This vase is used to hold flowers and it has flowers painted on it.
Folding Lean-To A small, portable shelter with three cloth walls and a roof, used to create a quick camp in the wilderness.
Folding Leather Tent This leather tent has been folded carefully to make it easy to transport.
Four Imp-Repelling Pinwheels When placed in the cardinal directions around a camp, these elaborate pinwheels are said to repel imps from the area within.
Four-Jar Spice Rack Wire rack holding four empty glass jars, each labeled a different mineral spice: sea salt, kindlepitch, verdigris, and rust.
Fox-Bone Chime These hollow bone chimes sing a soothing song when blown by the wind.
Foxtail Book Marker A thin sliver of fine wood used to mark one's place in a book, this one also has a fox-tail attached at the top.
Fragrant Perfume Bottle The bottle says this scent is called "Brooding." It smells like rotting crabapples.
Fresh Vellum The pages are fresh-cut and smooth to the touch.
Fruit Jar full of Goblin Teeth Jar for preserving fruit containing a collection of several hundred Goblin teeth.
Gargoyle-Skin Wallet Fashioned from the hardened skin of a gargoyle, this wallet could stop an arrow from piercing one's heart.
Gem-Studded Snowflake Hat Pin An exquisite hat-pin, shaped like a snowflake and studded with fine gems, is the perfect accompaniment to any bonnet.
Gem-Studded Triquetra Hat Pin An exquisite hat-pin, shaped like a three-sided knot and studded with fine gems, is the perfect accompaniment to any bonnet.
Ghost Orchid Perfume A crystal vial of perfume scented with ghost orchid, one of the rarest and most coveted flowers in all of Tamriel.
Giant Bat Kite A kite shaped and decorated to resemble a giant bat, perfect for flying on the breeze on warm, sunny days.
Giant Wasp Thorax Shoehorn Fancy and flexible shoehorn fashioned from the thorax of a giant wasp, with a long wasp-leg handle set with a blue zircon.
Gilded Conch A prodigious shell trumpet, polished and lined with gold leaf.
Gilded Eagle Lamp A brass lamp with gold accents, shaped to resemble a screaming eagle in flight.
Gilded Soup Bowl A kingly bowl, perfect for expensive soups served at extravagant parties.
Gilded Terrarium A glass bowl with a shining, golden rim that could serve as a home for tiny animals or insects.
Glass Bone Saw Because sometimes amputation is the only option.
Glass Cupping Set Typically used by doctors, these cups are coveted by vampires as a means of collecting and transporting meals.
Glass Eye of Distinction A glass eye stored in a fine wooden box. The color of the iris changes based on the mood of the possessor.
Glass Owl Curio This clear glass owl is small, but fine detail shows each feather and talon.
Glass Pedestal Cake Stand Complete with a glass dome to keep unwanted pests away, this pedestal cake stand is perfect for displaying fresh cakes or pies.
Glass Pickling Jar A blown glass jar used for pickling ... something.
Glass Serving Tray This tray is carefully placed and bears a thin layer of dust.
Glazed Jug This glazed jug has a thick sheep's bladder stopper that can keep its contents sealed.
Goat-Hair Butterfly Net A net, woven from the finest goat hair, designed to catch butterflies.
Gold Astrolabe This instrument is worth its weight in gold to the merchants of Tamriel. Also of use to astronomers or mages.
Gold Censer A censer that gleams with a polished surface. It's fit for religious use or as an expensive paperweight.
Gold Leaf Stationery A mere glint of light turns this gilded stationery into a shining parchment.
Gold Plated Bowl A bowl that looks like the noontime sun under full lighting. It's difficult to stare at until one fills it with food.
Gold Tassels These tassels would look good in any room. They would sell well to the right buyer.
Gold-Blink Torchbug-Dance Pinwheel Silver pinwheel with blinking gold-glow finial that attracts dozens of torchbugs, enchanting them into a circling dance.
Gold-Filigreed Compass This compass fits neatly into a pocket or pouch, and gleams like a guiding star.
Gold-Flecked Ink The flecks of gold in this ink make it valuable to those looking to make an impression. Or forgers, pretending to be them.
Gold-Plated "Roasting Fruit" Gold-plated sculptural pear placed in the mouth of roast suckling wild boar during the Rain's Hand Revels.
Golden Candle Holder A family heirloom, no doubt. It is both light and well-polished.
Golden Cow Bell A cow bell of solid gold. One of several created by Tuvor the Goldsmith for the finest of Lord Hannudra's prized cattle.
Golden Goblet The perfect cup for someone with too much gold and not enough places to pour their wine.
Golden Gorapple Replica An exact replica of the rare specimen of fruit, sculpted with the utmost care.
Golden Pill Tin A pill tin plated with solid gold, it must belong to a very wealthy sick person.
Good Body's Unsightly Unguent A popular ointment that treats numerous bodily ailments, sold exclusively by a traveling merchant who arrives once every season.
Good Luck Charm A talisman sold in back alleys and shadowy stalls. It is said to protect the possessor from ill fortune and bad luck.
Gorapple Peeler A double-bladed tool for peeling the skin from a gorapple or other fruits with hard skins.
Granite Wash Basin The cut and polish of this stone is impeccable ... but that doesn't make it any less heavy.
Green Clay Eyepads Eyepads placed over the eyes at night to help prevent wrinkles. Less expensive than the magicka-infused variety used by nobles.
Guar Sun Catcher Colorful pieces of transparent glass have been carefully shaped into a small guar.
Guardian Stones Three alabaster stones depicting the three guardian constellations.
Hand-Crank Butter Churn Just add cream to this small glass butter churn and turn the crank for a delicious buttery spread.
Hand-Drawn Constellation Map A meticulously detailed map of the stars. The Warrior, Mage, and Thief are the most prominent constellations.
Hand-Stitched Flag A heavy woolen flag. A giant serpent with the head of an Orc is skillfully embroidered onto the cloth.
Handheld Loom This loom's small size makes it easily transportable, and the needle is constructed of a valuable ebony.
Helga's Actual Polish A jar of polish, specifically formulated for use on refined metal objects. "The shine is literally spectacular!"
His and Hers Makeup Case Hand-tooled leather makeup case containing matching maquillage tools for him and her.
Hoarvor-Sac Bagpipes Musical instrument, fine bagpipes made from a hoarvor's bloat-sac and probosces, decorated with parrot feathers.
Holiday Antler Circlet, with Bells Child-sized birthday wear: a croc-leather brow circlet mounted with forehead antlers, and a silver bell hanging from each point.
Hoops & Holes Mallet Set A custom set of long-handled wooden mallets in a fine deerskin bag, used to play the noble's game "Hoops & Holes."
Horrible Mummified Banekin Grotesque mummified body of a small humanoid Daedra; a label around its ankle reads "Proof of the existence of Broken Tusk!"
Houndsman Wolf Whistle Brass whistle on a gold chain, engraved with a howling wolf and full moons. It seems to make no sound when winded.
Household Napkin Holder A metal band displaying a family motif to decorate and identify the owner of a particular linen napkin.
Hunter's Golden Charm This small golden bear figurine is said to have been blessed by Hircine himself.
Ill-Gotten Daedric Candle A thick, red candle, nestled atop a bone tray. Covered with embossed Daedric runes and symbols of bats.
Illustrated "Vade Mecum of Love" Brochure "The Vade Mecum of Love," a wordless brochure on gilt-edged vellum illustrated with inspiring and instructive engravings.
Imitation Elf Ears These imitation High Elf ears would sell well as part of a disguise.
Impassioned Messages from Auridon Romantic letters exchanged between star-crossed paramours in opposing alliances. Either that, or coded messages from spies.
Imported Cheese-Toasting Fork Steel two-tined fork with a long haft and a mahogany handle, metal blackened at the end.
Indistinct Marble Bust This marble bust appears to be of a bald Elf. The features are too generic to make out who it is.
Invisible Ink The label says "invisible ink." The bottle looks empty.
Invitation: Drinks with the Neighbors An invitation to attend a casual gathering with neighboring nobles. It appears drinks and small bites will be served.
Iron Citrus Juicer This sturdy iron juicer still has a faint lemon scent about it.
Iron Lizard Crate An iron cage designed to hold pet lizards and train them to empty their bladder outside.
Ivory Comb An ornate comb, carved from a horker tusk.
Ivory Doll A doll dressed in a handmade floral dress, with yarn for hair.
Ivory Egg Peeler This bizarre device peels eggs of every size and shape with the greatest of ease.
Ivory Hairpins These hairpins are made from mammoth tusk and have a decorative tassel on each end.
Ivory Hircine Totem A small white figurine, carved to resemble Hircine, flanked by a stylized wolf.
Ivory Lamb Skewers A pair of long steel skewers used to prepare kabobs. The handles are made of genuine horker tusk, carved to resemble sheep.
Ivory Lapel Pins These delicate lapel pins have strange symbols carved into their delicate curves.
Ivory Mixing Bowl A polished mixing bowl carved from a young mammoth's tusk.
Ivory Quill The shaft of this quill has been encased in ivory mammoth tusk, the colorful plumage sticking out of the top.
Ivory Shoehorn An expertly carved mammoth-tusk shoehorn.
Ivory Teeth Someone is missing their false teeth.
Ivory Three-Hole Spine Sharpener Hollow ivory paperweight with three tapered sharpening-holes of different diameters.
Ivory Wood Noddy Peg Board A carved peg board of rare pink ivory wood, bearing the signature of the woodworker Yana, used to play the card game "Noddy."
Ivory-Gripped Honing Steel The ivory used in this tool's handle is curious. Perhaps it was taken from one of the great beasts of the Abecean Sea?
Ivory-Handled Eel Flensers Set of razor-sharp ivory-handled eel knives for tableside skin-flensing; in a handsome presentation box.
Ivory-Handled Plume Trimmer A small, slim pair of scissors that fold into a handle of timber-mammoth ivory.
Ivory-Handled Reading Glass A well-maintained glass lens with an ivory handle.
Jade Finchbone Toothpick A jade toothpick carved to look like a finchbone. Perfect for picking meat from between one's teeth.
Jade Fish Hook Despite its beauty, this fish hook has definitely seen some action.
Jade Serpent Figurine A serpent-shaped statuette covered in a light dusting of red-orange specks.
Jade Vase This wide vase is delicately carved with small flowers. It has a distinct green coloring to it.
Jar of Frog Ink A glazed clay jar filled with frog ink. How the ink was extracted remains a mystery.
Jar of Fungal Grotto Mushroom Unguent Ornamental limeware jar of fungal emollient; exudes a heady fragrance redolent of deep grottos.
Jar of Live Centipedes A green glass jar containing four large live centipedes with a bow around it.
Jar of Scrib Why someone would collect a jar full of dead scrib is unknown, but the untarnished glass might be worth something.
Jar of Sun Cream A jar of thick white paste. According to alchemists, daily application can lessen the effects of Aetherial exposure.
Jester's Day "Platform Boots" Hilarious attachable prank stilts for standing in deep puddles to make them seem shallow. "Gets 'em every time," says the label.
Jester's Day Ox-Hoof Cleats When attached to boots, these cleats leave prints like oxen for Jester's Day pranks; they still smell slightly of ox-dung.
Jeweled Dice Box This splendid gem-encrusted box is inscribed "Administrative Decision Makers" and contains two golden, gem-pipped dice.
Jeweled Elven Ear Cuffs Long ear cuffs of silver wire with small topaz accents.
Jeweled Goblet Made from silver, this goblet has a handful of small red jewels attached to the cup.
Jeweled Kaleidoscope A beautifully ornate kaleidoscope, trimmed in gold and encrusted with multicolored gems.
Jeweled Lensatic Egg-Sculpture Strange heartwood sculpture of a lens-shaped egg inlaid with veins of copper and stones of orange chalcedony.
Jeweled Toothbrush A gaudy toothbrush, encrusted with valuable jewels, commissioned by foreign royalty.
Jeweled Treethane Castanets Gem-studded carapace castanets, two pair, used by treethanes in a glittering staccato flurry to call a meeting to order.
Jungle Camouflage Skin paint. Perfect for blending in with heavily foliaged terrain. It would be highly useful to an adventurer or mercenary.
Kindlepitch Pouch A pouch of kindlepitch, for igniting fires when you don't feel like using steel and flint.
Knotted-Rope Frame The pieces of knotted rope set in this small frame depicts various types of nautical knots.
Lady A's Amorous Articles Romantic pamphlets secreted away for a noble's lonely nights, written by the anonymous Lady "A."
Lamb's Wool Blanket A high quality blanket made of lamb's wool.
Lamia Singing Stone A small, egg-shaped stone that is smooth to the touch. A faint glow hints at some magical potency locked within.
Lamia-Scale Moon-Sugar Pouch A pouch used for keeping moon-sugar safe and dry. Its Lamia-scale construction is illegal throughout most of Tamriel.
Lead Sieve This lead sieve is used to strain liquids when cooking. A fence could resell it to skooma brewers.
Leather Bouncing Ball This large leather ball is inflated with air so that it bounces. It's a popular toy for children.
Leather Dice Cup A gambling dice cup, made from carefully stitched, cured leather.
Leather Pouch Typically used to hold coins, this pouch has already been relieved of its contents. The fine leather might be worth something.
Leather-Bound Sketchbook A small, tightly bound sketchbook. It is full of charming charcoal drawings of common woodland animals.
Lefthanded Pincer-Crab Claw Scissors Scissors made from the howdy-claw of a Striped Pincer Crab, left-handed, with child-safe tips.
Lifelike Stuffed Dog A prized pet dog, stuffed and mounted for display, shows how far wealthy citizens will go to keep memories alive.
Linen Tablecloth A simple tablecloth, excellent for picnicking.
Lion's Mane Candelabrum A weighty iron candle holder, bearing the shape of a lion's head.
List of Priorities A list of the day's priorities, peculiar to the author.
Little Black Journal A book filled with the names and addresses of both men and women. There is a 1 to 5 star rating system.
Lizard-Leather Fishing Creel Bag of waxed lizard-leather with shoulder strap for holding fresh-caught fish.
Lizardskin Wallet A wallet crafted from soft, fine lizardskin.
Lucky Nereid's Foot Blue-skinned and web-toed nereid's foot, expertly taxidermied, reputed to bring its owner good luck.
Lucky Wolf's Foot A huge wolf paw affixed to a sturdy iron chain. It would be worth much to bandits and other tacky dressers.
Luminescent Bookbinding This netch-skin bookbinding was obviously imported and still retains a cool blue glow.
Luxurious Pony Guar Grooming Set Splendid ivory-handled set of implements for grooming a pet pony guar, including scale picks and chamois buffing spoon.
Magistrate's Certificate This certificate verifies the credentials and authority of the local magistrate. It would be valuable to a forger.
Magnificent Leatherbound Blank Oghma Blank life-journal of gilt-edged, bleached vellum pages. The hand-tooled gargoyle leather binding is from "Remarkable Leathers."
Magnus Cult Wicker Effigy A traditional statue made of wicker, used as a stand-in for the owner in certain rituals performed by followers of Magnus.
Mahogany Lawn Bowling Set Leather case containing balls of imported mahogany for lawn bowling, with a note reading "Game next week at the Run Inn."
Malevolent Cultist Candle A thick, dark candle, nestled atop a bone tray and engraved with Daedric runes. A fence will pay well to attain this.
Mammoth Snout Surprise Snorkel A rubber-lined mammoth snout snorkel. A label reads, "Delight your friends with Doubts-the-Moon's submerged mammoth surprise!"
Mammoth Tusk Jewelry Box An intricately-carved jewelry box crafted from an enormous mammoth tusk.
Mammoth-Ear Suede Coverlet A suede blanket made from the finest chamois timber-mammoth ear. Embroidered script reads "Silver Moons Honeymoon."
Mammoth-Hide Falconer's Gage A well-made falconer's glove made of finely-stiched mammoth leather.
Mara's Hands Vase This porcelain vase was molded to look like a pair of clasped hands nurturing the flowers within.
Masser's Hour Clock The glass bulbs of this hourglass are encased in a silver stand. The sand within is a dark red, and measures an hour's time.
Master Painter's Set An ornate wooden box inlaid with ivory, containing a set of oil paints, fine brushes, a painting knife and a palette.
Matching Troll Bookends These bookends, modeled after the nightmarish creatures known as trolls, so frightened customers that few sets still exist.
Measuring Wand A small length of tapered wood featuring incremental slashes used for determining the measure of things.
Meat Strip Drying Rack When the wealthy brave the wilderness, they bring along a drying rack to make their own jerky in the wild.
Memento Mori A collection of personal mementos: a lock of hair, a small chip of bone, a scale fragment, and other sentimental items.
Memorial Broken Arrow Plaque A broken arrow mounted on a mudcrab-shell wall plaque. "In Loving Memoriam" is burnt into the shell.
Mephala Spidersilk Prayer Shawl Spun from expensive spidersilk, this prayer shawl is used in rituals honoring the Spider God, Mephala.
Metal Back Scratcher A back scratcher for taking care of those hard-to-reach itches.
Metal Decanter The craftsmanship on this decanter is simple, but precise.
Metal Meat Skewers Long, thin skewers of steel and brass, designed to impale chunks of meat and vegetables to cook over an open fire.
Metal Shovel A sturdy metal shovel, useful to any serious adventurer.
Miner's Blanket A thin, light blanket is perfect for covering rocks or hard ground. It provides miners a clean place to sit.
Miniature Abacus A small wooden counting frame, used to make simple mathematical calculations.
Miniature Chalice of Mara These tiny, bejewelled facsimiles of the famous relic were given out as prizes for winners of the Mid-Year Festival Games.
Miniature Crystal Wine Bottle A limited-edition tiny wine bottle produced for a local winery's hundredth anniversary.
Miniature Tavern Some wealthy citizens collect models fashioned after actual taverns and inns found throughout Tamriel.
Mirror of Youth This ornately-framed mirror is magically charmed to show a more youthful image of the person peering into it.
Monkeybone Fruit Peeler A thin, curved tool made from monkeybone and designed to peel fruit.
Monocular Loupe Perfect for the appraiser of fine art and jewelry. Lacking a chain, it is not recommended for the easily shocked.
Moon Pool Hand Mirror This mirror is actually a shallow, shimmering pool of water magically contained within its oval, opalescent frame.
Moonstone Cabinet Guardian A small warrior figurine made of moonstone and placed by superstitious homeowners inside their cabinets to ward off thieves.
Moonstone Washbowl A polished basin, filled with fresh-smelling rosewater.
Mosaic Glass Bowl The tiny stones that make up this colorful bowl take the shape of a redwort flower.
Mother-of-Pearl Incense Box Box of carved mother-of-pearl containing a selection of incenses: myrrh, sandalwood, and frankincense.
Mounted Bat's Head A massive bat head, mounted on a stone plaque. The fangs are still sharp.
Mounted Gargoyle Head As difficult as killing a gargoyle may be, removing one's head is even harder, making this noble's trophy extremely valuable.
Mounted Stag Head Inanimate, but still imposing. It would make an excellent decorative piece on any mantle.
Mounted Troll Head Though it makes an unsightly trophy, someone was clearly very proud of killing this young she-troll and mounted her head.
Mounted Trophy Slaughterfish This large slaughterfish is displayed on a simple wooden mount. A plaque underneath claims it to be the largest ever caught.
Mournhold Folding Fan A decorative hand fan. Unfolding it reveals a scene of the Lord, the Mother, and the Wizard in all their glory.
Mudcrab Claw Memorial A serrated mudcrab claw, mounted to a decorative board beneath the inscription, "It Got My Toe, I Got Its Claw."
Mudcrab Serving Platter This broad silver platter has several indentations for propping up steamed mudcrabs.
Mudcrab-Shaped Dustpan A short-handled shovellike utensil used to remove dust and dirt, shaped like a mudcrab and crafted by Sanabi the Carpenter.
Multicolored Sea Glass A fair-sized piece of colorful sea glass set on a small stand and displayed as a household ornament.
Mummified Finger A finger gnarled in a way to suggest the hand it belonged to was gripping something.
Musk-Scented Sealing Wax A stick of pink insect wax with a pronounced musky aroma.
Natural Hand Soap A bar of sweet-smelling soap, used throughout Tamriel to wash hands and other particularly grubby body parts.
Nedic Cup An ancient stone cup—still in use. Faded Nedic motifs are just barely visible on the base.
Nedic Snake Fetish This aged figurine depicts a coiled snake in the Nedic style. It is in remarkably good condition.
Netch-Hide Quill Holder A stylish desk accessory that holds up to a dozen quills, crafted from genuine netch hide.
Nix-Guar Thing Why anyone would attach the head of a nix to the body of a guar is anyone's guess, but somebody will probably pay gold for it.
Noble's Fancy Compass The previous owner of this ornate compass took good care of it, as evidenced by its glossy surface and glistening display.
Nocturnal Musings Other than a boldly written title within the front cover, the pages of this journal are empty.
Nord Cheese Chopper A polished metal chopping blade designed to slice chunks from massive cheese wheels. The hilt is carved to look like a dragon.
Notched Candle The notches carved into the side of this candle indicate how much time has passed.
Obsidian Orc Lamp A polished obsidian lamp, carved to resemble a snarling Orc.
Oil Paints These small tins contain the medium of an aspiring artist, mixed with care.
Onyx Serpent Carving A carving that's dark as the night, and cool to the touch.
Opulent Family Funerary Jar This expensive container, which harkens back to a style popularized in the First Era, can be found in many affluent households.
Orichalcum Work-Hammer A worker's hammer crafted from Orichalcum for extra durability.
Ornamental Bone Saw A bone saw with an imported blade and an elaborate ivory handle inscribed "In Loving Memory."
Ornamental Crocodile Skull Superb decorated crocodile skull, ornamented with golden fangs, amethyst-geode eyes, and bird-of-paradise feathers.
Ornamental War Horn This ornate war horn was given as a gift to a retiring general.
Ornate Ink Blotter A fine oaken blotter, capped by a brass lion handle.
Ornate Place Setting The embroidery on this place setting is extraordinary. It appears to use a mix of fine gold and silver thread.
Ornate Vellum Stationery This gold-flecked stationery is smooth to the touch, and would serve as a fine writing surface.
Otter-Skin Cheese Strainer This finely stitched sling has seen a lot of use in the making of rodent cheeses.
Out-of-Tune Theorbo 14-string bass theorbo with ivory pegs and soundboard, badly out of tune.
Outdated Map of Tamriel This map of Tamriel was drawn before the Alliance War began. However, it still accurately depicts geography and distance.
Outdated Military Documents While these documents are no longer useful for military strategies, a historian might find the papers intriguing.
Oven Mitts A pair of novelty oven mitts fasioned to look like cats' paws.
Over-Sized Tavern Dice A pair of over-sized dice from a tavern somewhere in Tamriel.
Oyster-Shell Drawknife This woodworking tool was deftly constructed. Its nacre blade shimmers in the light.
Packet of Envelopes Untarnished envelopes perfect for keeping prying eyes at bay when secured with sealing wax.
Packet Of Moon Ripened Squash Seeds A packet of enchanted squash seeds. When planted under moonlight, they will grow fully by the next day's dusk.
Painting of the Unknown Queen A hauntingly beautiful woman stares out from this painting, known only as the Unknown Queen. Every wealthy household has a copy.
Parrot-Feather Shawl Light chamois shawl decorated with hundreds of parrot feathers woven in a floral design.
Peacock Plume Writing Quill This exquisite writing quill has a gold-chased adamantine nib that never blots or needs sharpening.
Perfumed Letter This heavily perfumed scroll contains a very suggestive missive from one noble to another. It is signed with a kiss.
Pewter Beer Stein This stein could hold a substantial amount of refreshing liquid.
Pewter Decanter This pewter decanter smells faintly of spoiled milk.
Pewter Gravy Boat This gravy boat is shaped like an actual boat.
Pewter Paperweight It's heavy and it just sits there—the perfect paperweight.
Pewter Portrait Frame This small pewter frame can hold a miniature portrait or drawing.
Pewter Seal The owner of this seal probably feels very important when he uses it to stamp his initials into the wax that seals his letters.
Phial of Lamp Oil A ceramic cask filled with pure oil.
Pilferer's Ward A small charm placed with valuable objects to repel thieves, burglars, robbers, and other criminal elements.
Pink and Green Finger-Trap A children's novelty toy made from multicolored twine.
Platinum Calligraphy Set An exquisite calligraphy set containing platinum nibs, graht-oak nib holders, and a crystal ink vial.
Plumed Quill A quill made from a colorful feather. It's hardly been used.
Plush Hagraven Doll This doll is in near-perfect condition because children found it difficult to love.
Pocket Knife Too small to be used in combat, this small knife would be perfect for general daily use while out and about.
Polished Harvest Jug A heavy, but lovingly polished ceramic jug. It smells like a mix of fine whiskey and cheap jagga.
Polished Marble Comb The teeth on this shiny marble comb are surprisingly strong.
Poplar Bark Headache Strips A bottle of chewable strips of poplar bark, designed to relieve headaches. It's increasingly poplar!
Porcelain Bowl This porcelain bowl has a lovely irridescent color.
Porcelain Sheep Tureen The top of this well-crafted porcelain sheep can be removed to reveal its use as an elaborate serving dish.
Porcelain Stew Bowl A fine porcelain stew bowl, used to serve venison or rabbit stew.
Porcelain Teacup This dainty teacup rests comfortably in the crook of one's finger.
Porcelain Teapot A unique mixture of clay was heated until it became smooth and translucent and then meticulously painted to create this teapot.
Portable Chamber Pot A chamber pot of rich earthenware, designed for use in the great outdoors when a tree just isn't good enough.
Pouch of Bronzed Acorns While it's not clear what purpose they served, this handful of acorns is secured by the drawstring of this satin pouch.
Pouch of Candied Gorapples The contents of this pouch are pungent and inedible. Some thieves use them to throw off the scent of pursuing animals.
Pouch of Thumb Tacks This pouch of thumb tacks can be used to post handbills, keep maps in place, or cause great amounts of posterior distress.
Precious-Color Eye Shadow Maquillage Case Bright frogskin makeup case containing shiny "precious-color" eye shadow of crushed pearls and gold dust.
Prettifying Night Cream Imported from distant lands, this expensive moisturizing cream is believed to keep nobles looking young and beautiful.
Prismatic Quill Pen A well-maintained quill, plucked from a particularly colorful cardinal.
Pristine Mummy-Wrap Handkerchiefs Only the most exclusive shops sell these elegant handkerchiefs crafted from genuine mummy wrappings.
Pristine Writing Slate This smooth writing surface has yet to be touched by chalk or charcoal.
Proscribed Daedric Candle A thin, black candle, fastened onto a bone tray. Engraved with Daedric runes and symbols of dragons.
Quire of Fine Vellum Twenty-four sheets of smooth ivory-colored kidskin parchment.
Rare Flowering Violet A well-nurtured violet plant. Its purple flowers are quite lovely.
Rare Owl-Feather Quill Quill crafted from the feathers of the rare burrowing pixie owl of western Tamriel.
Reading Glass The craftsmanship on this reading glass makes it of great value to bibliophiles.
Reaper's Milk Jug A thick glass jug with "Reaper's Milk" embossed upon the side.
Red Asp Head Potion Opener This petrified red asp head has the fangs exposed to help pry corks from potion bottles.
Red Brittle Wamasu A stylized wamasu, carved from a fragile chunk of red brittle, also known as nirncrux.
Red Heavens Lamp When this oil lamp is lit, the hundreds of embedded rubies produce a mesmerizing depiction of the constellations.
Red Oak Cutting Board A freshly sanded and well-oiled cutting surface.
Reinforced Ankle-Wraps Often worn by dancers to prevent injuries, these ankle-wraps have thin iron strips woven into the fabric.
Replica Staff of Magnus Only a mage could tell the difference between this and the authentic staff. A smuggler or con artist could find much use for it.
Resolutes of Stendarr Pin A silver pin identifying its wearer as a member of the group "The Resolutes of Stendarr." A thief or a conman would prize this.
Riding Crop Heirloom An elaborate riding crop, at least a century old. The suggestive patterning implies it never saw the inside of a stable.
Risque Etching This revealing etching of a masked courtesan was deemed too provocative to display in mixed company.
Ritual Daedra Skull A scamp skull, carved with strange glyphs and arcane symbols, most likely for unlawful ritualistic purposes.
River Stone Inkwell This inkwell was made by hollowing out a stone found in the Bjoulsae River.
Rock-Climbing Gear Explorers and adventurers could find great use for this gear.
Rolling Bone Back Massager Bear-bone back massager made of six polished and clear-lacquered vertebrae in rolling sockets.
Rosewood Hand Mirror A small silver mirror with an ornate frame of polished rosewood.
Rosewood Lute Though quite old, this lute is still in excellent condition. There are no noticeable scratches in the lacquered wood.
Royal Beeswax Earplugs A pair of ear plugs, purportedly infused with the royal jelly of a hive's queen. Not for use in regions with a bee population.
Royal Guard Boot Shine Kit Brushes, sponges, buffers, and tins of polish in an elegant mahogany box with a footrest, bearing the symbol of the Royal Guard.
Royal Seraglio Perfumed Oil A bottle of fragrant oil that some find to be a mild aphrodesiac. Others find its smell appalling.
Sabre Cat Walking Stick A finely-crafted wooden walking stick with a silver tip and a handle carved in the appearance of a sabre cat's head.
Sabre-Skin Caddy Sack A small sack made of oiled sabre-cat skin, perfect for holding and organizing personal items.
Satin Roses These delicate flowers were made by hand out of red satin. The long green stems look to be made of wood.
Scale Model Dominion Catapult A small working model of a siege catapult. Miniature meatbags sold separately!
Scamp-Head Camp Alarm Enchanted scamp head mounted on a staff that squawks whenever a creature approaches the outskirts of a camp.
Scandalous Letters A collection of unseemly letters between two members of rivalrous noble families that would be embarrassing if brought to light.
Scent of Magicka Cologne A bottle of flowery perfume. The label promises to make anyone smell like a powerful magic-user.
Scented Candle When lit, the candle exudes the faintest scent of cardamom. A fence could resell it for certain necromantic rituals.
Scorpion Shell Whistle A loud whistle fashioned from the shell of a dead scorpion.
Scorpion-Tail Bookmark This dried scorpion tail has been flattened to act as a bookmark.
Scroll of the Lonely Traveler This parchment, neatly rolled and tied with leather, keeps adventurers company during long, lonely nights on the road.
Sea Glass Frippery A chunk of colored sea glass carved into the shape of a mudcrab and mounted to a small block for display.
Sea Glass Knickknack A chunk of colored sea glass carved into the shape of a lion and mounted to a small block for display, just because.
Seal-Skin Buoy A tightly stitched inflatable bladder. "Maiden's Breath" has been branded onto the side.
Sealing Wax A partially-melted stick of red wax, used for sealing letters.
Secreted Valuables Pouch A cleverly designed pouch designed to be hidden within clothing so as to avoid the attention of pickpockets.
Secunda's Minute Clock The glass bulbs of this hourglass are encased in a gold stand. The sand within is a grayish white and measures a minute's time.
Seeker's Meditation Stone This black meditation stone has been molded by the Primeval Seekers into a likeness of Hermaeus Mora.
Seeker's Onyx Key The bits on this ornamental onyx key are jagged, long, and irregular.
Set of Brass Dice These dice are quite heavy. The gleaming brass offsets the dots carved on each side.
Set of Kwama Scrib Dining Spikes Six quartz-handled spikes. Good for impaling kwama scribs to wooden plates so they may be eaten alive—as is tradition.
Set of Mineral-Based Paints of Rare Colors Sectioned shellmold box containing eight bottles of bright mineral-based paints in rare colors, quite valuable.
Sheaf of Blank Parchment Each piece of parchment is unstained, unmarred, and unfolded.
Sheep's Gut Rope Rope woven from sheep's gut, extra strong.
Sheepskin-Covered Jug Sheepskin covers this porcelain jug to keep its contents from spoiling.
Sheet Music Folio Contains sheet music for such classics as "Lusty Argonian Maid" and "No Way Am I Going to Eat this Stew."
Shellbug Jewelry Tray Polished to a smooth shine, this piece of Shellbug Chitin could be used to hold jewelry or coins.
Signaling Sun Dial This sun dial serves two purposes: it tells time but also doubles as a heliograph to send messages across the battlefield.
Signed Coat of Arms Document These blank documents bearing the coat of arms of a noble house and signed by a house officer would be worth a lot to a forger.
Silk Handkerchief Thankfully, this handkerchief does not appear to have been used.
Silk Rope A strong and lightweight coil of rope.
Silk Sheets These sheets have been woven from the secretions of insects who make their cocoons on the mulberry tree.
Silken Arm-Sling This sling was crafted to help a wounded soldier care for a broken arm.
Silken Tablecloth A fine silk cloth with lace trim, lovingly maintained.
Silver Bell A small bell with a light and cheerful jingle.
Silver Carving Platter Heirloom silver carving platter, it bears the crest of a specific family of wealth and means.
Silver Crab Cracker A hinged tool of silver, used for cracking mudcrab shells.
Silver Dowsing Rods If you can't use magic to find water, you can use these rods. Or is this magic, too?
Silver Drinking Flask A screw-top flask of fine silver engraved with a scrollwork pattern.
Silver Etched Cake Platter The floral design etched into this cake platter is very elegant. You would not serve just any cake on this platter.
Silver Herb-Scissors These valuable scissors include multiple sets of blades to better shred herbs for cooking.
Silver Ladle A polished spoon with a date skillfully engraved on the handle.
Silver Moondial This small silver tool is covered in stylized constellations that glow in the dark. It provides direction on moonless nights.
Silver Moondial This small wooden device resembles a horse bit, but is actually to help prevent teeth-grinding at night.
Silver Nine-Shells Set An antique board game, complete with a lacquered pine board and polished silver pieces.
Silver Sash A shining sash made from a finespun, fragile material and studded with rubies on its ends.
Silver Serviette Holder A set of eight serviette holders, decorated with delicate filigree.
Silver Shaving Razor A shave doesn't get much closer with this silver razor.
Silver Skewers Skewers that would valuable to a werewolf hunter — if they weren't made of orichalcum, and painted silver to look less valuable.
Silver Tea Tray This tea tray has been polished so well you can see your reflection in it.
Silver Tweezers The elegance of these tweezers suggest they are used for plucking only the finest hairs from noble heads.
Silver-Chased Three-Tea Samovar A three-bellied copper samovar. Each silver-chased urn has its own spigot for serving the Three Respectful Teas.
Silver-Handled Mirror The polished silver engraved onto the handle is almost as reflective as the mirror itself.
Silver-Trimmed Bridle Silver buttons and buckles decorate this fancy horse bridle.
Silverweave Small Clothes These silverweave small clothes appear quite comfortable. What they lack in style, they make up in volume.
Simple Abacus This wooden abacus features white and black beads. Merchants who have difficulty tallying might find this tool useful.
Skeever Trap A trap designed to catch unwanted skeevers. A large chunk of cheese sits patiently in the center of the contraption.
Skooma Refinement Tools Tools for the refinement of skooma. Valuable to both criminals and law enforcement.
Small Aquarium This simple glass bowl would make a good home for a pet fish—or tomorrow's dinner.
Small Canvas Portrait The man in this portrait has eyes that follow you. Luckily, it is small enough to be shoved in a bag before becoming too creepy.
Small Compass This pocket-sized compass fits in the palm of its user's hand and consistently points north.
Smelling Salts Plain smelling salts, for awakening the faint of heart.
Smuggler's Doll This ratty, stained bear doll has a hidden pocket that smells faintly of skooma.
Snake-Sword Hilt The hilt of an Akaviri weapon, undoubtedly a souvenir taken from a fallen Snake during the war.
Snakeskin Concertina This attractive instrument is masterfully crafted using the skin of a Hooped Tree Viper. The sound it makes is ... interesting.
Snakeskin Cuffs One loop of these snakeskin bindings can be adjusted to fit a wrist or an ankle. The other is fitted for a common bedpost.
Snakeskin-Head Conga Drum Dark wooden conga. The giant snakeskin drumhead is held on by a shiny brass tension-ring.
Snow-Owl Kite A kite shaped and decorated to resemble a snow owl, perfect for flying on crisp, clear winter days.
Soapstone Snuff Box Enameled box carved from soapstone, containing a quantity of aromatic powdered-insect snuff.
Soldier's Shaving Mirror Your reflection peers back at you from within the mirror.
Solid Gold Cutlery A set of shining eating utensils composed entirely of gold. It's fit for use by a royal family.
Solid Oak Armor Stand A sturdy armor stand made from solid oak.
Souvenir Cyrodiil Hammer Head A souvenir from a battle in the War of the Three Banners, this detached warhammer head makes a compelling paperweight.
Souvenir Imperial Heater A souvenir from a battle with Imperial forces, this cracked and dented shield has been mounted to a plaque.
Spelunking Tools Valuable to any adventurer or cave delver, these spelunking tools are in excellent condition.
Spice Rack Tiny tins of spices fit in a simple wooden rack.
Spider-Leg Clothes Hanger A frame and hook fashioned from the leg of a giant spider and used to drape a garment upon when not in use.
Spidersilk Box Kite A high-performance box kite made with light wooden struts and multicolored spidersilk.
Spidersilk Food Net Travelers often use these nets when camping to suspend their food above the reach of any bears.
Spidersilk Handkerchief A forest green handkerchief of fine spidersilk.
Spidersilk Parasol A brightly colored collapsible parasol of fine-spun spidersilk with an intricately-carved mahogany handle.
Spidersilk Twine A coil of rope braided from a thousand strands of silk meticulously gathered from spiders' webs.
Spool of Fishing Line This long spool of fishing line needs only to be attached to a rod in order to haul in a delicious meal.
Spool of Twine This tightly wound spool of twine has many uses, although its original owner probably used it to tie packets of letters.
Spry Spriggan Twirling Hoop This large wooden hoop is spun overhead as part of the popular children's game known as "Spry Spriggan."
Steel Farming Shears A critical tool in any farmer's arsenal, these shears are designed specifically to cut invasive vines.
Steel Lantern Panes of glass keep the flame safe from wind. The filigree pattern on the metal causes wild shadows to dance on the walls.
Steel Sugar Bowl This elegant sugar bowl comes complete with a matching spoon.
Steel Warming Pan A steel bed warmer, cool to the touch but full of fine charcoal ash.
Stendarr Pendant A pendant on a silver chain, worn to invoke the protection of Stendarr.
Sterling Silver Croc-In-The-Box The toy of a noble's child. When cranked, this box of sterling silver plays a simple melody until a stuffed crocodile pops out.
Sterling Silver Fife A small high-pitched flute with six finger holes, fashioned from the finest sterling silver.
Stoneware Serving Tray Perfect for bringing food to the table, this stoneware serving tray has a handle on each side for easy transportation.
Strange Nereid Centerpiece An expertly crafted pewter centerpiece depicting the legendary Nereid, Shada. Something about the eyes is profoundly unsettling.
String of Thrassian Pearls Precious stones of radiant blue from the Coral Kingdoms, where no Man or Mer dares tread, passed down from the First Era.
Stuffed Bat It seems someone fired an arrow right through this bat's head, then had it stuffed and mounted for bragging rights.
Stuffed Fox A stuffed, taxidermied fox mounted on a polished mahogany base.
Stuffed Giant Centipede with Googly Eyes An arm's-length centipede stuffed with pinfeathers. The painted quail's-egg eyes seem to follow you.
Stuffed Pony Guar Is it a lifelike doll or an actual stuffed pony guar? And does it really matter anyway?
Stuffed Troll Head A stuffed and mounted troll head, the eyes surprisingly alert and bright, they seem to follow you with hungry anticipation.
Suction-Sealed Water Jug A heavy clay water jug with a well-designed rubber seal. Clever thieves remove the seal and use it as clandestine climbing gear.
Suede Pouch with Fine Bone Dice Six dice carved from Wood Elf knuckles in a variety of polyhedral shapes, in a pouch of violet suede with a golden drawstring.
Sweetroll Pastry Pan This pastry pan has enough cups to make exactly nine sweetrolls—one for each of the Eight with a bonus pastry for good luck.
Tabletop Coin Well This small, silver ornamental tub is designed to sit on a dining table where coins can be dropped in for good luck.
Tall Wooden Stilts These stilts make for fun entertainment. They also allow one to reach high objects—such as second story windows.
Tamriel Festival Ribbons Traditional Tamrielic ribbons for participating in festivals, balls, and other formal celebrations.
Terrapin-Shell Lantern A fine lantern, fashioned from a polished turtle shell and lined with copper leaf.
Three Banners War Game A triangular board and carved wooden pieces make up this three-player game that re-creates battles between the three alliances.
Three-Tier Serving Tower Made of clear glass, each tier of this serving tower is smaller than the preceding one.
Thunderbug Climbing Cleats Ankle gaiters with in-turned cleats made of thunderbug mandibles, used for climbing trees to archery platforms.
Tinderbox The battered box appears mostly full. The flint, firesteel, and straw are all supplied.
Toad Cleaning Kit An array of precise cutting tools used in the preparation of Aojee-Sakka—a popular, albeit extremely dangerous culinary dish.
Toad Muffin Pan This pan bakes exactly seven toad muffins—a number that is generally considered good luck.
Today's Tasks A list of the day's chores, peculiar to the author.
Tomorrow's Obligations A list of the tasks to be performed the next day, peculiar to the author. Of some value to burglars.
Tooth Sharpener A tooth sharpener, employed by those who eat a great deal of meat.
Torchbug Hair Tonic A clear jar full of glowing liquid distilled from torchbugs, some young men and women apply it to try to make their hair glow.
Torchbug Jar A sealed glass jar with holes punched into the lid. Perfect for catching torchbugs.
Torchbug Makeup Who would put makeup on a torchbug?
Torchbug Pestle and Mortar A stone bowl and grinding tool, used to crush torchbugs into a paste for cooking and alchemical preparations.
Tormented Spire Lava Spoon Basalt spoon that, when stirred in a liquid withershins, heats up and warms the liquid, even to boiling.
Tortoiseshell Monocle This monocle's lens is now missing, but the frame made of tortoiseshell gleams like new.
Trained Torchbug in a Jar When you shake the container, the torchbug inside this clear glass jar flies in a pattern depicting five of the constellations.
Traveler's Shaving Kit A high-quality shaving kit in a leather case, consisting of a folding straight razor, a horse hair brush, and a shaving bowl.
Tribal Elder's Shellback-Gammon Box Wood-and-shell box, folds open to become a board for the game of shellback-gammon, with deluxe kwama-carapace tiles.
Troll Bone Measuring Stick This long, perfectly straight troll bone has been notched to help measure short lengths.
Troll Musk A jar of acrid black liquid used by troll hunters.
Trollfight Arena Certificate of Merit The troll hair in this pouch makes it much easier to start a fire in the wilds.
Trunk Guardian A tiny trunk guardian statue, guaranteed to protect your stored goods from fire, mold, and greedy thieves.
Tuft of Hair These wispy blond strands are tied with a purple ribbon. The ribbon is high enough quality to resell.
Tusk-Carved Mammoth A stylized mammoth, carved from a single shard of mammoth tusk, it is obviously someone's prized possession.
Two Moons Disappearing Ink This small jar of ink vanishes when it dries, and can only be seen under the light of the two full moons.
Two-Tined Carving Fork A large carving fork with a stout handle and two sturdy metal tines.
Undead Expulsion Pouch A small pouch containing blessed items. It is said to ward off some types of undead creatures.
Unknown Holy Symbol A religious icon from an earlier age, the god it represents has been long forgotten.
Unopened Vial of Glue An unopened vial of adhesive made from rendered Skeever skins.
Unspoiled Butterfly-Wing Napkins Fancy and delicate, almost every wealthy household owns a set—but it's rare to find a set that hasn't been used.
Velvet Bedroll A fine velvet bedroll lined with soft sheep's wool, suitable for camping in high style on chilly nights.
Velvet Curtains These velvet curtains are so soft.
Vial of Vampire Blood A small vile of dark, viscous blood. This would be quite valuable to a necromancer, or a desperate alchemist.
Vibrant Paint Set Three small tins tied together with a bit of string. Each cup contains one of the three primary colors: red, blue, or yellow.
Vintage Snake Sweat Perfume Fine crystal perfume bottle containing bladder-aged "snake sweat," vintage 2E 555.
Vizier's Golden Tassel A golden tassel traditionally attached to the robes of the king's viziers.
Voluminous Volcanic Vapors A sweet-smelling oil, burned at night to make one's bedchamber calm and fragrant.
Walla-ri's Skooma Recipe A complex recipe for an extremely pure and unusually strong form of skooma. A fence could sell this to many wealthy clients.
Warhorse Porcelain Doll A delicate and beautiful representation of a warhorse, displaying the creature's majesty and grace.
Wasp-Head Balero with Chiming Ball Balero, or cup-and-ball, with a giant-wasp-head cup and a copper-mesh ball with a chiming silver bell inside.
Wasso-Leaf Napkins A roll of light and aromatic napkins fashioned from the leaves of a prized wasso plant.
Wax Ear Pellets A sealed jar of soft wax pellets intended to be used as earplugs while sleeping.
Wax Paper Wax paper for composing letters.
Wax Portrait Card This wax portrait card depicts simple but compelling artwork. A fence could resell this to collectors.
Werewolf Claw Clippers A set of silver claw clippers used to trim a werewolf's fast-growing, jagged claws.
Werewolf Knot Rake A steel comb especially designed to untangle matted knots that accumulate in a werewolf's fur.
White Crocodile Hide Valise A medium-sized travel bag fashioned from the hide of an extremely rare white crocodile.
Whittled Cat Head A knob of wood whittled into the shape of a cat's head.
Wicker Effigy A traditional wicker statue, used as a stand-in for the owner in dark rituals no longer sanctioned by most religions.
Wind Chimes The light wooden rods of these chimes have been hollowed out to produce deep tones when blown by the wind.
Wine Carafe The smooth lines of this carafe are very aesthetically pleasing.
Wisp Light Globe A small glass globe containing a tiny captured wisp, intended to be used as a nightlight.
Wolf Pelt Sleeping Bag Lined with fur on the inside, this sleeping bag is both soft and warm. Water resistant lacquer has been painted on the outside.
Wolfskin Blanket A well-tanned wolfskin, complete with fur and lined with linen. It can serve as a blanket or a makeshift mantle.
Wooden Building Blocks Children spend hours stacking these painted wooden building blocks. They spend minutes knocking them over.
Wooden Drinking Goblet A drinking goblet carved from a single piece of Smokefrost Rosewood.
Wooden Guar Pull-Toy A child's wooden pull-toy with round wheels and a pull-string.
Wooden Hangers These sturdy wooden hangers look strong enough to hold the heaviest winter coat yet smooth enough to display silk lingerie.
Wooden Horse and Cart A toy favored by the children of traveling merchants, the cart features moving wheels while the horse attaches to the front.
Wooden Kynareth Talisman This talisman looks well-traveled. Strands of worn leather dangle like hanging moss.
Wooden Letter Opener A small ship is carved into the handle of the dark wooden letter opener.
Wooden Marionette The marionette wears a blank expression. Its maker's symbol is burned into the bottom of its left foot.
Wooden Serpent Totem A rough-hewn totem shaped to resemble the Serpent constellation.
Woolen Blanket A warm blanket, valuable to adventurers and travelers.
Woven Blanket This blanket is perfectly soft and not at all itchy.
Xeech'ki Doll A small "seed doll" carved by a talented Wasseek'haleel artisan.
Zenithar Negotiation Beads Prayer beads used by followers of Zenithar to call forth good luck and success in all types of negotiations.
Zuttag's Alchemical Kindlesticks A silver container of fire-lighting sticks tipped with kindlepitch, manufactured by the incomparable Zuttag the Alchemist.
  A bowl made out of a repurposed claw – one that once belonged to a massive scorpion.
  A certificate given to the trainer of trolls who have survived ten or more fights at Hadran's Caravan.
  A common time-keeping device, this one's sand runs a bit slow.
  A dried pig's ear, believed by some to bring good luck – to everyone other than the pig.
  A fragile vessel – almost certainly antique.
  A half-dozen Customs Inspector's cargo tags, marked "Pre-Inspected – Do Not Delay." A smuggler would pay a premium for these.
  A lavish writing tool, barely used.
  A plush wollen bundle, dyed a deep blue.
  A single lionhead earring, fashioned from semi-precious stones, its mate appears to have been lost somewhere along the way.
  A souvenir from a battle with Pact forces, this shield has a prominent crack in the turtle-shell casing.
  Perfume distilled from the musk of a werewolf, some use it as a fragrance, others as a way to avoid prowling werewolves.
  The chimes on this instrument have a bright and cheerful jingle. It almost makes you forget that it's made of giant tick's skin.
  This cast iron skillet is practical and well-made - a must-have for any chef.
  This jagged chunk of cold, blue rock apparently fell out of the lights in the sky - along with other unusual objects.
  This scarf is made of thin gauze and used to cover one's mouth to ensure spies cannot glean information by lip reading. This scroll case still smells of ancient vellum and ink.
  This tool is hewn from marble and very well-maintained. It still smells vaguely of mint and coriander. '
  Though its function may not be glamorous, the gleam and polished handle were clearly constructed by a master smith.