Hidden Chronicles Cremona Workshop: Our guide to finding every item


Making our way deeper into Zynga's Hidden Chronicles on Facebook, we can take a look at the second artifact in the Library chapter - the Italian Violin. This Violin has five scenes, one of which is premium, and the first scene is called Cremona Workshop. You'll need eight energy points each time you wish to play it, but you can play the scene an infinite number of times to earn mastery.

We're here with a guide showing you where to find the scene's many items, so if you're working on building up your combo points or just on the scene's individual mastery scale, make sure to check out our images below! Note: The items you'll receive will just be a selection of all of those pictured below.

If you're looking to find a particular item: Hit Ctrl +F (or Command + F if on a Mac) and type in the name of the object you're looking for. This will take you directly to its image.

Super Clue:

  • Wine for Two (drag two wine glasses over to green wine bottle)

Set 1:

  • Bucket

  • Chest

  • Jewelry Box

  • Harp

  • Chest

  • Satchel

  • Pigeon

Set 2:

  • Barrel

  • Stack of Beams

  • Stack of Papers

  • Rag

Set 3:

  • Corks

  • Dish

  • Apron

Set 4:

  • Telescope

  • Pocketwatch

  • Cane

  • Bowl

  • Violin Strings

Set 5:

  • Violin Blueprint

  • Measuring Tape

  • Boots

  • Belt

Set 6:

  • Hinge

  • Wooden Dowels

Set 7:

  • Cheese

  • Cracked Egg

  • Clamp

  • Brown Mold

Set 8:

  • Smoking Pipe

  • Dog

  • Tweezers

  • Incense

There are a handful of items not pictured above, as the game generates each set of items randomly. When we come across those missing items, we'll make sure to update this space with how you too can find them. In the meantime, feel free to start decorating your Manor and working on building up your own mastery of this scene or any other in the game!

Check out the rest of our Hidden Chronicles Cheats & Tips right here.

Have you finished every trophy of mastery for this Cremona Workshop scene? What do you think of Zynga's take on the hidden object genre thus far? Sound off in the comments.