Uncut lapis lazuli

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An uncut lapis lazuli is a gem occasionally obtained from mining common gem rocks. They cannot be received when the inventory is full. Players will receive a chat message when they recover a lapis lazuli gemstone from the ore, along with 17 extra Mining experience. Players can also obtain an uncut lapis lazuli by wielding a dwarven army axe and then mining tin or copper rocks.

It can be cut with the dwarven army axe or a chisel in the inventory or tool belt into a lapis lazuli gem, which can be used to make a Lapis lazuli brooch or lapis lazuli ring. The latter can be enchanted into a ring of Luck. Crafting the stone grants 20 Crafting experience. Unlike other semi-precious gems, it cannot be crushed. When it is cut with a Crafting catalyst equipped, the player will not receive a gem focus.

Mining[edit | edit source]

Common gem rock.png Common gem rock
Mining levelMining-icon.png 1
OutputUncut lapis lazuli.png Uncut lapis lazuli
Uncut opal.png Uncut opal
Uncut jade.png Uncut jade
Uncut red topaz.png Uncut red topaz
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Rock stats
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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • It is based on the real-life semi-precious stone of the same name, notable for its use in ancient jewellery and the ultramarine pigment it produces.
  • It is the only gem to have a different shape, with apparently some rock still attached.