In the 5e PHB, p. 144 under Selling Treasure: Gems, Jewelry, and Art Objects, it says:
These items retain their full value in the marketplace, and you can
usually trade them in for coin, or use them as currency for
In the XGE, p. 85's table on woodcarver's tools shows
Carving a small wooden figurine – DC 10
Though paintings are clearly artwork, I am wondering if these wooden figures (such as a Druidic totem or statue of a religious figure) be considered as artworks?
Though I am mainly asking about crafting such items, it also occurs to me that as your party is looting paladins, clerics and druids, knowing if the wooden statues and druidic totems they collect would be considered artworks would be beneficial when it comes to selling/trading them…
What is considered “artwork” when it comes to selling crafted merchandise?