Sapphire necklace

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A sapphire necklace is a piece of jewellery made by using a furnace with a gold bar, a cut sapphire and a necklace mould in the inventory, toolbelt and/or metal bank. It requires level 22 Crafting to make and yields 55 experience when made. Making this item will result in a profit of 886 coins.

Grum's Gold Exchange in Port Sarim buys the necklace for 315 coins, half the amount of coins that High Level Alchemy yields.

The necklace can be enchanted at level 7 Magic with the Lvl-1 Enchant spell, turning the sapphire necklace into a games necklace and granting 17.5 experience. Alternately, an Enchant sapphire magic tablet can be used instead.

The sapphire necklace is an ingredient in two signs of the porter. At level 6 Divination, it can be turned into a sign of the porter I along with 30 pale energy, and at level 28 Divination, it can be turned into a sign of the porter II using 35 bright energy.

Sapphire necklaces are often bought and then enchanted. Since a games necklace often sells for more than the cost of a sapphire necklace and a cosmic rune (to enchant it), this can be a good way of making money and gaining Magic experience at the same time while still a low level.

A player enchanting a sapphire necklace.

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Creation[edit | edit source]

Sapphire necklace.png Sapphire necklace
Crafting-Hourglass.pngMake-X GE icon.png
55 XP-3 (1.8s) 2,467
Crafting Crafting level22
Furnace.png: RS3 Inventory image of Furnace Must be performed at a furnace
F2P icon.png Free-to-play
Gold bar.pngGold bar11,0531,053
Total price1,581

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