Full Item Description
The Lagniappe Purse is an inconspicuous item, looking like nothing more than a fine quality belt purse (not a ladies handbag, mind you) that many a nobleman or mercenary would carry his money in. So far there is only one of these purses, but it would not be difficult to create more of them.
Created by the Arch-Mage of Style, Anaranda Colaveare of Xanadu, the Lagniappe Purse was a simple way for her to distribute simple gratuity. She had the purse made of the finest of manascaras leather, and had the metal clip fashioned of alchemical copper for both strength and luster. It was then off to ensorcell the pouch with a minor charm of conjuration, completed with an inscription of good faith and good favor to Monnaya, the patron of coinlenders, luck, and prosperity.
The purse allows for a single coin to be drawn from it at any time to be given as a gratuity, or tip. While this is functionally a bottomless purse of coins, the enchanting inscription with both seals the magic also prevents its abuse as the patron of money Monnaya would very heartily dissapprove of a bottomless purse of gold coins ruining its carefully organized fiscal policied.
The conjured coin is never more than a silver piece, and has the conditionality of only being drawn when being presented as a tip. Conjured coins returned to the purse fade almost instantly, reabsorbed by the purse. Anaranda created the purse as a way to be generous to those who helped her, such as helping tote her 22 piece traveling luggage set, or tended her four white horses picked for their blue eyes.