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Emerald
Emerald
Release date 4 January 2001 (Update)
Members? No
Quest item? No
Tradeable? Yes
Equipable? No
Stackable? No
High Alch 300 coins
Low Alch 200 coins
Destroy Drop
Store price 350 coins
Exchange price 1,482 coins (info)
Buy limit 1,000
Examine This looks valuable.
Weight 0 kg
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Emerald detail

An Emerald is a green gem used in crafting. An uncut emerald can be cut by a player with 27 Crafting by using it with a chisel, granting 67.5 Crafting experience and making the uncut emerald into an emerald.

Emeralds can be obtained in several ways. Players can get them randomly while mining ores, as drops from monsters or by selecting them as a reward from Random Event gifts. With level 40 mining and Shilo Village quest completed players can mine the gem rocks in Shilo Village. Gem rocks may also appear while playing the Tai Bwo Wannai Cleanup minigame, where players can mine them 3 times. A slow way to get uncut emeralds is Wall safe cracking in Rogue's den, but this requires level 50 thieving.

A cut emerald is a reward from the Pirates Treasure quest, and is one of the alchemised items in the Mage Training Arena.

Emeralds may be sold to the Gem Store in Falador west of the castle, or to the gem traders in Keldagrim, Al-Kharid, and Ardougne. The TzHaar gem trader carries one uncut emerald in inventory and will sell it for 75 Tokkul.

Members can also use the Fletching skill to cut an emerald into emerald bolt tips by using a chisel on a 'cut' emerald at level 58 fletching. Cutting an emerald into bolt tips grants the player 5.5 experience in the fletching skill and gives the player 12 emerald bolt tips.

Uncut gems sell at a higher price than cut gems on the G.E.

Emerald Jewellery and BoltsEdit

Emeralds can be forged in a furnace with a gold bar and the appropriate mould to produce the following jewellery, which can then be enchanted to perform specific uses.

Emerald jewellery
Unenchanted Profit/Loss[1] Enchanted Profit/loss[2] Profit/loss[3]
Emerald ring Coins 1000 -1,042 Ring of duelling Coins 250 -706 Coins 250 -601
Emerald necklace Coins 100 138 Binding necklace Coins 1000 -1,393 Coins 1000 -1,288
Emerald amulet[4] Coins 1000 -1,255 Amulet of defence[4] Coins 1000 -1,600 Coins 1000 -1,495
Emerald amulet with magic string Coins 1000 -1,206 Amulet of nature Not tradeable Not tradeable
Emerald bracelet Coins 250 -934 Castle wars brace Coins 1000 -1,099 Coins 250 -994
Emerald bolts[5] Coins 250 -510 Enchanted emerald bolts[5] Coins 250 -667.2 Coins 250 -541.2

Notes:

  1. ^ Assumes all items are bought on the grand exchange.
  2. ^ Assumes all items are bought on the grand exchange. Also assumes an air staff is not used.
  3. ^ Assumes an air staff is used.
  4. ^ a b Includes the price of a ball of wool.
  5. ^ a b Assumes 12 mithril bolts are bought.

Dropping monsters Edit

Monster Combat level Quantity Rarity
Ork statue 102 1 2Common
Ourg statue 114 1 2Common
Commander Zilyana 210 1 3Uncommon
Kalphite Queen 200 1 3Uncommon
Ogre statue 108 1 3Uncommon
Goblin statue 100 1 4Rare
Ivory Gromblod (cursed) 118 1 (noted) 5Very rare
Ivory statue 108 1 (noted) 5Very rare
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