Uncut diamond

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An uncut diamond is a white gemstone used in Crafting and Fletching. An uncut diamond can be crafted into a diamond, requiring level 43 Crafting and yielding 107.5 Crafting experience.

At level 65 Fletching, players can cut a diamond into 12 diamond bolt tips, yielding 7 Fletching experience.

Uncut diamonds can be obtained from sedimentary and igneous geodes, dropped as loot from defeating monsters, rewarded as a prize from many Distractions and Diversions, and mined from precious (with 43 Mining), rare (with 38 Mining) and Prifddinas gem rocks (75 Mining required to access). Precious gem rocks have a lower chance to drop uncut diamonds than rare gem rocks, but yield almost twice as much uncut diamonds per minute due to their significantly lower hardness.

Mining[edit | edit source]

Precious gem rock.png Precious gem rock
Mining levelMining-icon.png 25
OutputUncut emerald.png Uncut emerald
Uncut ruby.png Uncut ruby
Uncut diamond.png Uncut diamond
CoreX mark.svg
Rock stats
Durability380
Hardness50
Multiplier0.74
Base ore1
Rare gem rock.png Rare gem rock
Mining levelMining-icon.png 23
OutputUncut emerald.png Uncut emerald
Uncut ruby.png Uncut ruby
Uncut diamond.png Uncut diamond
Uncut dragonstone.png Uncut dragonstone
CoreX mark.svg
Rock stats
Durability1300
Hardness140
Multiplier0.8
Base ore1
Prifddinas gem rock.png Prifddinas gem rock
Mining levelMining-icon.png 75
OutputUncut sapphire.png Uncut sapphire
Uncut emerald.png Uncut emerald
Uncut ruby.png Uncut ruby
Uncut diamond.png Uncut diamond
Uncut dragonstone.png Uncut dragonstone
CoreX mark.svg
Rock stats
Durability1150
Hardness140
Multiplier0.8
Base ore1

Transmutation[edit | edit source]

Uncut diamond.png Uncut diamond
(transmutation)
Divination-Hourglass.pngMake-X GE icon.png
9.1 XP-4 (2.4s) 6,298
Requirements
Divination Divination level42
P2P icon.png Members only
Materials
ItemQuantityPriceTotal
Sparkling energy 1000.pngSparkling energy2236472
Uncut ruby.pngUncut ruby32,1216,363
Total price6,835
Profit-537

Products[edit | edit source]

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Cost of cutting[edit | edit source]

Uncut diamond Diamond Diamond bolt tips (12)
Value Value Profit Crafting GP/XP Value Profit Fletching GP/XP
6,298 4,981 -1,317 -12.25 5,328 -970 -8.47
  • The profit or loss for fletching bolts assumes starting with an uncut gem.

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Disassembly[edit | edit source]

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • ninja 25 January 2016 (Update):
    • The following items now have higher Grand Exchange purchase limits:
      • Cut and uncut diamonds increased to 1000 every four hours.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Although formally released on 8 May 2001, uncut gems were briefly obtainable following the 17 March 2001 Cooking update, prior to the Crafting skill's full implementation.
  • In RuneScape Classic, silver ore was visually identical to uncut diamonds upon release; this was later changed.
  • A single uncut diamond is a possible prize from Treasure Hunter. When choosing the option to convert this prize to coins, players receive 500 coins, which is -5,798 coins less than selling them on the Grand Exchange.
  • In minimum graphic detail, uncut gems from opal to diamond all look identical to uncut diamonds when dropped.