Lapis lazuli

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Lapis lazuli is a pigment that can be created from lapis lazuli ore. It is used for dying and for writing on signs.


Lapis lazuli ore can be found as surface bits or blocks in limestone or marble (red, white or green).

Lapis lazuli must first be pulverized into crushed lapis lazuli before it can be used for dying.


Cinnabar can be used to write on signs. Crushed lapis lazuli can used to create blue dye.

Ores, metals and minerals
Guides Ore Deposits Metals
Metals Copper Iron Meteoric iron Gold Silver Lead Tin Zinc Bismuth Titanium (Ilmenite)
Alloys Bronze (Tin bronze, bismuth bronze, black bronze) • Steel Brass Solder (Lead solder, Silver solder) • Molybdochalkos
Minerals Alum Borax Cinnabar Coal Halite (Salt) Lapis lazuli Quartz Saltpeter Sulfur Sylvite (Potash)
Tools Pickaxe Hammer Prospecting Pick Forge Quern Anvil Bloomery Helve hammer Pulverizer
Other Gemstones
Related mechanics Panning Mining Casting Smithing Steel making