Inspired from the pages of The Name of the Wind™ and Wise Man's Fear™ by Patrick Rothfuss comes The Eolian Talent Pipes Pin. Skillfully crafted in sterling silver and 14k white gold, each lapel pin is carefully hand finished and individually inspected for the highest quality by the Badali Jewelry artists. The Eolian Talent Pipe Pin is an officially licensed Kingkiller Chronicle replica through Patrick Rothfuss. Mr. Rothfuss actively participates in the design process for each piece of jewelry for this licensed line.
These small silver pipes are awarded to talented musicians by the owners of the Eolian™ if their performance on stage is impressive enough. The Talent Pipes™ are a mark of distinction and recognition for a performer. Once earned, the musician gains free admittance to the Eolian and the right to play on their stage whenever desired. Playing on the Eolian stage could earn a musician some extra coin, a drink or two from the crowd or a wealthy patron. Kvothe™ earns his talent pipes playing "The Lay of Sir Savien Traliard"™ on his lute in The Name of the Wind™.
The pin is a lapel pin / hat tack style and is made with a nickel lapel style post. Includes a nickel plated scatter clutch back. The Talent Pipes measure approximately 16 mm (just over 5/8") at the longest point by 17.3 mm (11/16") wide. The Talent Pipes lapel pin weighs approximately 4.4 grams in sterling silver, approximately 5.5 grams in 14k gold.
The Talent Pipes Pin are available in plain silver / white gold or with a black antiquing finish.
We are a cast-to-order company and cast every Tuesday and Thursday. Please allow 5 to 7 days from the next casting date for production of this item. Orders placed before 3pm MST Monday or Wednesday will be included in the following day's cast. Feel free to contact us for the anticipated production time for your Kingkiller Chronicle Jewelry.
This item comes packaged in a satin jewelry pouch with a card of authenticity.
“Kingkiller Chronicle”, "Name of the Wind", "Wise Man's Fear", "Eolian", "Kvothe", and "The Lay or Sir Savien Traliard", are trademarks of Patrick Rothfuss c/o Sanford J. Greenburger Associates. All Rights Reserved.