The Silver Bowl is a miscellaneous quest available in The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind.
The Nerevarine found a silver bowl with the inscription "To Armond Beluelle, from the East Empire Company, for courage and daring in the protection of the Company's couriers, with our thanks."
- Take Beluelle's Silver Bowl, which placed on top of a chest in Ulummusa.
- Go talk to Ygfa in Fort Pelagiad about the bowl.
- Or go directly to Piernette's Farmhouse and talk to Piernette.
- Follow Ygfa's instructions to Piernette's farmhouse, and talk to Piernette.
Travelling to Pelagiad and talking to Ygfa inside Fort Pelagiad will reveal that the bowl belongs to her friend, Piernette Beluelle and that it was recently stolen from her. She will suggest talking to her and give detailed instructions to her farmhouse.
Piernette will mention that the bowl belongs to her husband, and it was something he received because he protected a courier of the East Empire Company from bandits. She will ask for it back, although the player can choose to keep it. Giving it back will result in a +1 mercantile skill and an increased disposition with Ygfa. If they refuse her the bowl, the player's disposition with Ygfa will drop by 20 points.
|The Silver Bowl - MS_Piernette|
|1||I found a silver bowl with the inscription "To Armond Beluelle, from the East Empire Company, for courage and daring in the protection of the Company's couriers, with our thanks."
|10||Ygfa says that her friend, Piernette Beluelle, had a silver bowl stolen. She gave me directions to her friend's house starting from the north entrance to the Foreign Quarter of Vivec. Due north from the bridge to the Foreign Quarter of Vivec is an east-west rope bridge across a lagoon. Cross the bridge east, then follow the path as it heads north. Pass Nilera's farmhouse on the left, and the next house north will be Piernette's farmhouse.|
|90||I told her that I found the silver bowl, and that I'm going to keep it. She threatened to tell others about my 'disgraceful behavior. '
||100||The silver bowl I found belonged to Piernette and Armond Beluelle. Armond had received the bowl as a gift from grateful merchants when he drove off bandits attacking one of the East Empire Company's couriers. I returned the bowl to her, and to show her gratitude, she gave me some very useful information about local merchants and how to get the best prices from them.