Jewellery

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Jewellery is a particular type of wearable object. Valueing it uses the people.trading.valueing.jewellery skill.

Jewellery can be turned into a blorple with Al'Hrahaz's Scintillating Blorpler.

Types

There are various types of jewellery, and you're limited in the number of each type that you can wear. If you can't put on an item of jewellery because you're wearing too many of that type already, it will tell you what's in the way of it.

Type Number Worn on... Includes
anklet 2 feet anklets (and in the same slot, but not jewellery: ankle scabbards)
armband 2 arms armbands
belly stone 1 abdomen belly stones, navel studs
bracelet 4 hands bracelets
brooch 15 under cloak brooches, badges, family crests, cravat pins
earring 2 head single earrings, pairs of earrings
eyebrow pin 2 face eyebrow pins, eyebrow barbells
hair clip 1 hair clips, hairclips (and in the same slot, but not jewellery: ribbons, headbands)
hairpin[1] 1 hair hairpins
lip ring 1 face lip rings, labrets, lip studs
necklace 5 neck necklaces, chokers, amulets, medallions, pendants, lockets
nipple ring 2 chest nipple rings, nipple pins, nippleshields
nose ring 2 face nose rings, nose studs
ring 8 hands rings, thimbles
toe ring 8 feet toe rings

Note that you can only have up to 50 items in your immediate inventory (worn, held, or carried), so it's not actually possible to have every jewellery slot entirely full.

List

Anklets

Shortname Description Weight (exact lb via balance in Post Office) Material when 'appraise'd Real value AM$ (via 'value' command) Sellers
<stone> anklet This is a stylish anklet of <adjective> <stone> beads, each one cut with little <colour> facets by a skilled hand. +Expression error: Unrecognized punctuation character "?". ? ?/?  ?  ? [1] The Rock-A-Rama jewellery shop
Beaded anklet Red glass beads have been linked together on a silver chain to make this anklet. It would look great with a pair of sandals, high-heeled shoes, or even on bare feet. +Expression error: Unrecognized punctuation character "?". ? ?/?  ?  ? [2]
Blue and gold snake anklet Strands of a fine blue metal have been wound together to form a river effect on this anklet. Spiralling round the blue metallic river is an intricately formed snake; Whoever made it put a lot of time and effort in to get all the scales done in such detail. +Expression error: Unrecognized punctuation character "?". ? ?/?  ?  ? [3] Pfabi Djai's
Bright copper anklet Simple and elegant, this slim copper chain, unadorned and untarnished, is designed to fasten close around one's ankle, showing off smooth sun-touched skin. +Expression error: Unrecognized punctuation character "?". ? ?/?  ?  ? [4]
Emerald anklet A dozen tiny emeralds, set in gold and joined by slim, fragile-looking links of gold chain, fasten around the wearer's ankle to drape and slither smoothly. +Expression error: Unrecognized punctuation character "?". ? ?/?  ?  ? [5] Pfabi Djai's
Pink twisty anklet The strange bendy material this anklet is made of twists slightly as it curves around the ankle. From the way it glistens unpleasantly, it really reminds one of a section of small intestine that has been fashioned into a piece of jewellery. Perhaps it was left over from the last sacrifice. +Expression error: Unrecognized punctuation character "?". ? ?/?  ?  ? [6]
Silver cat anklet A dozen tiny silver cats, linked by paw and nose and elegantly curved tail, play, loll, and gambol to form this delicate and whimsical anklet. +Expression error: Unrecognized punctuation character "?". ? ?/?  ?  ? [7] A silversmith's
Silver knot anklet Strands of finely twisted silver thread have been wound together into a string of delicate knots to make this exquisite anklet. +Expression error: Unrecognized punctuation character "?". ? ?/?  ?  ? [8] Cartier's Exclusive Jewellery
Sparkling, bejewelled anklet Delicately interwoven strands of silver thread form the main part of this anklet. Dangling from the thread are dozens of tiny chains of silver which sway back and forth as the owner moves around. Each chain is between an inch and an inch and a half long and is studded with beautiful clear blue and pale pink crystals that catch the light magically. +Expression error: Unrecognized punctuation character "?". ? ?/?  ?  ? [9] Pfabi Djai's

Armbands

When adding or editing entries in the table below:

  • 'Weight' should be the exact weight in grams (if under 4/9 lbs) or pounds (if above 4/9)
  • 'Material' should match the output of the appraise command.
  • 'Value' is the "on the spot" amount reported by the value command, in Ankh Morpork dollars.
  • 'Source' should link to Kefka's Item Database for more information when available.
Name Weight Material Value Source Notes
Something  ??  ??  ?? purchasable or npc or other Notes here

Belly stones

When adding or editing entries in the table below:

  • 'Weight' should be the exact weight in grams (if under 4/9 lbs) or pounds (if above 4/9)
  • 'Material' should match the output of the appraise command.
  • 'Value' is the "on the spot" amount reported by the value command, in Ankh Morpork dollars.
  • 'Source' should link to Kefka's Item Database for more information when available.
Name Weight Material Value Source Notes
Something  ??  ??  ?? purchasable or npc or other Notes here

Bracelets

Shortname Description Weight (exact lb via balance in Post Office) Material when 'appraise'd Real value AM$ (via 'value' command) Sellers
wolf charm bracelet Tiny silver wolves dangle in various poses from the links of this dainty charm bracelet. Some of them are sleeping, some stalking prey, and still others are howling at the moon. The way the wolves' tongues loll from the corners of their smiling mouths, and the way they tinkle gently as the wearer moves effectively prevent them from looking ominous in any way. &&&&+200 0 2/9 silver  ? [10]
Something Something is very something and something. +Expression error: Unrecognized punctuation character "?". ? ?/?  ?  ? Someone's wonderful shop

Brooches

Shortname Description Weight (exact lb via balance in Post Office) Material when 'appraise'd Real value AM$ (via 'value' command) Sellers
an occult skull brooch This heavy brooch has been carved from bone, into the likeness of a human skull. Its empty eyesockets seem to gaze into the unknown depths of space and time. &&&&+500 0 5/9 bone  ? [11] (Occult paraphernalia for Witches)
an occult bat brooch This is a large brooch, cunningly crafted in the shape of a bat. Eyes made of rubies stare into space, looking for wisdom. Large ears of spun gold collect knowledge from the cosmic rays sent by the Elders, while wide-spread silver wings filter the earth-rays and funnel their truth into a pyramid-shaped crystal set at the heart of the bat's bronze body. &&&&+500 0 5/9 gold and silver  ? [12] (Occult paraphernalia for Witches)
Something Something is very something and something. +Expression error: Unrecognized punctuation character "?". ? ?/?  ?  ? Someone's wonderful shop

Earrings

Shortname Description Weight (exact lb via balance in Post Office) Material when 'appraise'd Real value AM$ (via 'value' command) Sellers
an occult snake earring The silver earring is shaped as a snake biting its own tail, emerald eyes squinting watchfully into each other. The symbolism in this isn't totally clear, but it is believed by people who have come far on the Path of the Elders that it will protect against harmful energies and create soothing vibrations in the wearer's aura. &&&&+100 0 1/9 silver  ? [13] (Occult paraphernalia for Witches)
an occult cat earring From a simple silver ring hangs a cat crafted from some occult black metal. Claws and teeth of bronze keep bad vibrations at bay, while providing a nice scratching feeling to your aura. &&&&+100 0 1/9 silver  ? [14] (Occult paraphernalia for Witches)
a gold earring A simple hoop of gold to be worn in one ear. It looks reasonably expensive. &&&&+100 0 1/9 gold  ? [15]
Something Something is very something and something. +Expression error: Unrecognized punctuation character "?". ? ?/?  ?  ? Someone's wonderful shop

Eyebrow pins

When adding or editing entries in the table below:

  • 'Weight' should be the exact weight in grams (if under 4/9 lbs) or pounds (if above 4/9)
  • 'Material' should match the output of the appraise command.
  • 'Value' is the "on the spot" amount reported by the value command, in Ankh Morpork dollars.
  • 'Source' should link to Kefka's Item Database for more information when available.
Name Weight Material Value Source Notes
Something  ??  ??  ?? purchasable or npc or other Notes here

Hair clips

When adding or editing entries in the table below:

  • 'Weight' should be the exact weight in grams (if under 4/9 lbs) or pounds (if above 4/9)
  • 'Material' should match the output of the appraise command.
  • 'Value' is the "on the spot" amount reported by the value command, in Ankh Morpork dollars.
  • 'Source' should link to Kefka's Item Database for more information when available.
Name Weight Material Value Source Notes
Something  ??  ??  ?? purchasable or npc or other Notes here

Hair pins

Shortname Description Weight (exact lb via balance in Post Office) Material when 'appraise'd Real value AM$ (via 'value' command) Sellers
Something Something is very something and something. &&+90000 99 9/9 1.00 gold Someone's wonderful shop

Lip rings

Shortname Description Weight (exact lb via balance in Post Office) Material when 'appraise'd Real value AM$ (via 'value' command) Sellers
Something Something is very something and something. &&+90000 99 9/9 1.00 gold Someone's wonderful shop

Necklaces

Shortname Description Weight (exact lb via balance in Post Office) Material when 'appraise'd Real value AM$ (via 'value' command) Sellers
a black metal medallion This is a flat disc of metal that has somehow been made jet black and made into a medallion. Around the edge is a design of seven stylised arms, each arm's hand holding the elbow of the next, and in the centre is a fearsomely ugly visage. &&&&+200 0 2/9 some unidentifiable material  ? worn by druids at Druid Circle in southern Gloomy Forest, Ramtops[16] (holy symbol for Sek)
a black metal medallion This is a wafer-thin disc of steel that has been charred to a jet black finish and strung with a similarly manufactured chain. Around the edge of the disc is a stylised design of seven linked arms, each hand holding the next arm's elbow, surrounding a fearsome reproduction of Sek's distorted grimace. +Expression error: Unrecognized punctuation character "?". ? ?/?  ?  ? [17] (holy symbol for Sek)
an occult gold medallion This heavy gold medallion in studded with gems, forming pictures of the Moon in Her various phases. In Her full and half aspects, you think you can detect a knowing smile. &&&&+500 0 5/9 gold  ? [18] (Occult paraphernalia for Witches)
an occult silver medallion This heavy silver medallion in studded with gems, forming pictures of the Moon in Her various phases. In Her full and half aspects, you think you can detect a knowing smile. &&&&+500 0 5/9 silver  ? [19] (Occult paraphernalia for Witches)
an occult bronze medallion This heavy bronze medallion is studded with gems, forming pictures of the Moon in Her various phases. In Her full and half aspects, you think you can detect a knowing smile. &&&&+500 0 5/9 bronze  ? [20] (Occult paraphernalia for Witches)
an occult raven necklace The links of the necklace are crafted in the shape of raven feet, which have long trod the path of cosmic wisdom. To every fifth link, a tarnished silver raven head has been attached, its amber eyes staring balefully at everything. It is believed that if the number of looks cast by the ever-vigilant eyes could be counted, it would equal the distance between the sun and the moon at dusk on the fifth of Spune, measured in 7/8th feet. &&&&+200 0 2/9 silver  ? [21] (Occult paraphernalia for Witches)
a sphinx necklace A proud, golden sphinx stands with its wings outstretched, its flashing emerald eyes keeping careful watch over its wearer. Legend has it that happiness and prosperity follow the owner of this necklace; a distinct difference from the fate that befalls those poor souls unfortunate enough to come face to face with its living counterpart. &&&&+400 0 4/9 gold  ? [22]
a silver necklace This is a very nice necklace that has been lovingly crafted from silver. It's made of lots of little links joined together. &&&&+200 0 2/9 silver  ? [23]
a silver wolf pendant A tarnished silver wolf dangles from a braided black leather chain. Its eyes are set in a deep opal, and seem to be looking right through you. &&&&+200 0 2/9 silver  ? [24]
Something Something is very something and something. +Expression error: Unrecognized punctuation character "?". ? ?/?  ?  ? Someone's wonderful shop

Nipple rings

Shortname Description Weight (exact lb via balance in Post Office) Material when 'appraise'd Real value AM$ (via 'value' command) Sellers
moonstone teardrop nipple ring The tiny steel ring serves only to support the large tear-shaped blue-white moonstone and to provide a free-moving pivot from which it can hang and send cool, gentle rainbows dancing across the wearer's skin. &&&&+100 0 1/9 steel  ? [25]
Something Something is very something and something. +Expression error: Unrecognized punctuation character "?". ? ?/?  ?  ? Someone's wonderful shop

Nose rings

Shortname Description Weight (exact lb via balance in Post Office) Material when 'appraise'd Real value AM$ (via 'value' command) Sellers
Something Something is very something and something. +Expression error: Unrecognized punctuation character "?". ? ?/?  ?  ? Someone's wonderful shop

Rings

When adding or editing entries in the table below:

  • 'Weight' should be the exact weight in grams
  • 'Material' should match the output of the appraise command.
  • 'Value' is the "on the spot" amount reported by the value command, in Ankh Morpork dollars.
  • 'Source' should link to Kefka's Item Database for more information when available.
Name Weight Material Value Source Notes
gold ring 10.00 gold 5.00 purchasable
silver ring 6.00 silver 1.87 purchasable
brass ring 5.00 brass 0.06 purchasable
copper ring 5.00 copper 0.50 purchasable
bead ring 6.00 purchasable
occult gold ring 10.00 gold purchasable (Occult paraphernalia for Witches)
occult silver ring 6.00 silver purchasable (Occult paraphernalia for Witches)
occult bronze ring 5.00 bronze purchasable (Occult paraphernalia for Witches)
turquoise scarab ring 13.00 gold purchasable
ornate silver ring 7.00 silver 4.69 purchasable
ivory ring 1.14 ivory 10.00 purchasable
electrum ring 50.00 electrum 10.00 quest Quest reward; inscription changes when 'rub'bed
<material> oak leaf ring 8.00 <material> 23.00 Crafted by players using Finesmithing All finesmithing rings weigh 8 grams regardless of material; value was taken on a black gold ring and may vary
black octogram ring 5.00 stone 0.69 npcs
blue crystal ring 50.00 sapphire 1.25 purchasable ring of recall, a magic artifact; listed price is for a ring with no charges left
sectioned ring 16.00 10.00 purchasable Written in Morporkian: The Ancient and Truly Original Sages of the Unbroken Circle.
black ring 50.00 octiron 10.00 the magic shop, east Royal Avenue, Genua Written in Morporkian: The Sages of the Unknown Shadow
macabre ring 5.54 wood 10.00 purchasable Written in Morporkian: The Order of Midnight
tower ring 15.00 gold 10.00 purchasable Written in Morporkian: Mrs. Widgery's Lodgers
anvil ring 11.30 silver 10.00 purchasable Written in Morporkian: The Ancient and Truly Original Brothers of the Silver Star
scholar's ring 15.00 octiron 10.00 the magic shop, east Royal Avenue, Genua Written in Morporkian: The Venerable Council of Seers
elusive ring 50.00 silver 10.00 the magic shop, east Royal Avenue, Genua Written in Morporkian: The Hoodwinkers
votex ring 11.20 steel 10.00 purchasable Written in Morporkian: The Last Order
simple gold-plated wedding ring 4.68 iron 2.00 purchasable
mother of pearl wedding ring 7.68 gold purchasable
silver <gemstone> ring 9.00 silver 10.00 Xillma's gem stall value given for cheapest stone; may be up to $32 higher for other gems
bronze <gemstone> ring 8.00 bronze 8.00 Xillma's gem stall value given for cheapest stone; may be up to $32 higher for other gems
copper <gemstone> ring 8.00 copper 8.00 Xillma's gem stall value given for cheapest stone; may be up to $32 higher for other gems
brass <gemstone> ring 8.00 brass 7.00 Xillma's gem stall value given for cheapest stone; may be up to $32 higher for other gems
crystal flame ring 1.25 crystal Custom crystal jewellery
crystal rose ring 5.00 crystal Custom crystal jewellery
crystal ring 4.50 crystal Custom crystal jewellery
gold pinky ring 50.00 gold 2.30 npcs
hematite ring 4.00 purchasable
white gold wedding ring 7.00 purchasable
braided gold ring 7.00
griffin ring 7.00 brass purchasable
peridot ring 7.00 purchasable
black widow ring 8.00 purchasable from the Moonlit market
silver tree of life ring 8.00 silver purchasable
amber and silver ring 8.00
small ruby ring 8.00 silver npcs
silver seahorse ring 8.00 silver purchasable
lion's head ring 8.00 silver purchasable
silver and citrine ring 9.00 silver purchasable
moonstone ring 10.00 silver purchasable from the Moonlit market
moonstone ring 17.00 platinum purchasable
dark sapphire ring 10.00
wedding ring 10.00 gold 5.00 purchasable
wine-red garnet ring 11.00 purchasable from the Moonlit market
autumn garnet ring 11.00 purchasable
emerald ring 11.00 gold purchasable
silver and green frog friendship ring 11.00 silver purchasable
silver betrothal ring 11.00 silver purchasable
ruby ring 12.00 purchasable
snake ring 12.00 platinum purchasable
sapphire ring 12.00 purchasable
gold and diamond wedding ring 13.00 gold purchasable
ruby serpent ring 13.00 gold purchasable
claddagh ring 13.00 gold 18.75 purchasable
ruby engagement ring 13.00 gold purchasable
diamond row engagement ring 15.00 gold,diamond purchasable
black gold ring 13.00 purchasable
diamond ring 13.00 gold purchasable
purple sapphire ring 14.00 gold purchasable
white gold diamond wedding ring 14.00 purchasable
emerald-cut garnet ring 14.00 purchasable
enamelled floral wedding ring 14.00 gold purchasable
seven-plus-one diamond wedding ring 14.00 purchasable
fake diamond ring 14.00
fish ring 15.00 platinum purchasable
twisted cloth ring 15.00 purchasable
jade frog ring 15.00 gold purchasable
rose rhodonite ring 15.00 purchasable
scarab ring 16.00 gold purchasable
star ring 16.00 platinum purchasable
diamond trinity engagement ring 16.00 purchasable
platinum betrothal ring 16.00 platinum purchasable
solitaire diamond engagement ring 17.00 platinum purchasable
hippopotamus-head ring 17.00 gold purchasable
rough garnet ring 17.00 purchasable
sapphire and diamond ring 17.00 purchasable
ivory pyramid ring 19.00 ivory purchasable
minute ring 50.00 brass 15.00 sold by Isobel Kingdom in the Academy of Artificers
dragonhead ring 50.00 silver purchasable
clockwork ring 50.00 electrum purchasable
wooden ring 50.00 wood purchasable
rose gold wedding ring 50.00 purchasable
mountain ring 50.00 purchasable
pink crystal ring 50.00 purchasable a magic artifact
decorative domed ring 50.00 purchasable dome can be opened; functions as a watch
magnificent silver ring 50.00 silver 1.00 found by searching additional message when worn; unknown if this is merely cosmetic
ankhstone ring 100.00 purchasable
<stone> ring 100.00 <stone> 10.00 Rock-A-Rama jewellery shop all rings weigh 100 grams; value varies by stone from $10 to $20

Toe rings

Shortname Description Weight (exact lb via balance in Post Office) Material when 'appraise'd Real value AM$ (via 'value' command) Sellers
Something Something is very something and something. +Expression error: Unrecognized punctuation character "?". ? ?/?  ?  ? Someone's wonderful shop

See also

Footnotes

  1. This doesn't take up the same slot as a hair clip.