Crushed gem

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A crushed gem is an accidental product that is occasionally made when using a chisel on an uncut semiprecious gem, such as opals, jades and red topazes. 5 Crafting experience is granted when a gem is crushed this way (3.8 for uncut opal). Gems can also be deliberately crushed by using a hammer on a semiprecious gem.

It is used during A Fairy Tale I - Growing Pains to make the magic secateurs and Some Like It Cold to create costumes for Ping & Pong.

Crushed gems used to be tradeable in the Grand Exchange, however this was removed.

Free players are able to get semi-precious gems from mining and geodes, as well as cut them, or crushing it by accident, creating a members' object. Although general stores buy crushed gems for 1 coin, they cannot be sold on free-to-play worlds.


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  • Non-members can use a hammer on F2P gems to get a crushed gem, which was previously named 'Member's object'. An update later removed this ability, however it was re-introduced along with the Mining and Smithing rework. Member's objects are now named properly in free worlds.