|Dirty but still beautiful. On the side is a flowing script thought by some to be the ancient language of the elves. No Elvish bones have ever been found.|
|Artifact Spots:||Cindersap Forest (0.8%)|
|Other Sources:||Fishing Treasure Chest Artifact Trove|
Donation of this item contributes to the total count of the donations for the Museum.
Elvish Jewelry is not used in any quests.
This item may be a reference to the Lord of the Rings trilogy by J.R.R. Tolkien. Its description mentions the fact that "No Elvish bones have ever been found". In the Tolkien legendarium, the Elves are immune to disease and aging, effectively making them immortal, which accounts for no Elvish bones being discovered.
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