In the wicker basket you see a white cotton daisy pouch, a black leather eghmok moss pouch, a muslin seolarn weed sack, a brown burlap georin grass pouch, an oilcloth wildflower sack and a soft leather rose petal satchel.
In the sandalwood case you see a length of eel skin.
On the teak table you see a small note, a coal-black raven prayer-feather, a mottled brown horned owl prayer-feather, a dappled tan nightingale prayer-feather, a dark grey shrike prayer-feather, a soot-black magpie prayer-feather, a stark white albatross prayer-feather, a pure white dove prayer-feather, a tawny brown wren prayer-feather, a glossy blue heron prayer-feather, a dappled grey goshawk prayer-feather and a grimey black vulture prayer-feather.
On the marble pedestal you see a small white marble jar inlaid with golden circles of varying sizes.
In the teak bin you see a solid oak talking stick with a silver inlaid spiral design that goes from end to end, a solid oak talking stick with a gold inlaid spiral design that goes from end to end, a talking stick carved to resemble a cobra with fang-baring jaws agape, a talking stick made from a single twisted limb of thick oak, a burnished mahogany talking stick wrapped around the middle with a length of rawhide cord, a fine deobar talking stick with small flying birds burned into the surface, a silverbark talking stick with a spiked silver end-cap and an ironwood talking stick wrapped with three silver bands.
A small card reads:
"~ The sticks in this bin have been made with a special purpose in mind; to keep the order intact for groups large and small. As is customary, whoever holds the stick may speak, and in respect all others are silent. The stick is passed from orator to orator, and allows everyone their time and voice. These have all been crafted with utmost care and style to be tasteful, powerful, and easily seen so that they may serve their purpose well. ~"