Gold ring

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This article is about the standard gold ring. For the ring purchasable at the Gielinor Games, see Herculean gold ring.
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A gold ring is made by using a gold bar and a ring mould on a furnace. It requires a crafting level of 5 and gives 15 experience when made.

Grum's Gold Exchange in Port Sarim buys gold rings. He used to purchase them at a price higher than the High Alchemy value, but that is no longer true. They can also be sold to the Rogue jewellery shop, once unlocked.

A gold ring is a reward found in the Casket from the Pirate's Treasure quest, a reward in packs of 233 from Familiarisation, and an item found in Bird's nests.

Rings cannot be seen on players, thus gold rings were often considered useless. They simply filled the ring slot in the equipment interface. However, gold rings can be enchanted into a gold ring (i) at Soul Wars at a cost of 5 zeal, giving a slight defence bonus. Un-enchanted gold rings are a slightly useful source of income for low-level crafters.

When crafting large numbers of gold bars, other pieces of gold jewellery give more Crafting experience. However, crafting gold rings is an easy way to raise the first crafting levels.

Gold rings are the tertiary ingredient in infusing Magpie pouches, and are used in treasure trails occasionally.

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Creation[edit | edit source]

Gold ring.png Gold ring
Crafting-Hourglass.pngMake-X GE icon.png
15 XP-3 (1.8s) 1,111
Requirements
Crafting Crafting level5
F2P icon.png Free-to-play
Materials
ItemQuantityPriceTotal
Gold bar.pngGold bar11,1801,180
Profit-69

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