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.
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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.
- 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 −358 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.