Basic jewellery box

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The basic jewellery box can be built in the jewellery box space of the achievement gallery in a player-owned house. It requires 81 Construction to build and when built, it gives 605 experience. The player must have a hammer and a saw in their inventory to build it.

The basic jewellery box is often built as a cheaper and easier to obtain alternative to replenish health, prayer, and run energy (but not special attack) than a fancy rejuvenation pool or desert amulet 4 due to the ability to use the Ferox Enclave teleport provided by the ring of dueling. The lowest level a basic jewellery box can be made is level 75 Construction, as level 80 Construction is needed to build the achievement gallery with a +5 boost from a spicy stew. The +3 boost from a crystal saw cannot be used to build the achievement gallery, however this boost can be used to build any level of jewellery box.

Creation[edit | edit source]

Requirements
SkillLevelXP
Construction Construction81 (b)605
Members
Member icon.png
Ticks5 (3s)
ToolsSaw.pngHammer.pngFacilitiesNone
Materials
ItemQuantityCost
Bolt of cloth.pngBolt of cloth1729
Steel bar.pngSteel bar1381
Games necklace.pngGames necklace(8)32,112
Ring of dueling.pngRing of dueling(8)32,769
Total Cost5,991
Basic jewellery box icon.pngBasic jewellery box1N/A


Locations[edit | edit source]

The box will allow players to teleport to the following locations (keyboard shortcuts included):

Item Location
Ring of dueling.pngRing of dueling 1. Al Kharid Duel Arena
2. Castle Wars Arena
3. Ferox Enclave
Games necklace.pngGames necklace 4. Burthorpe
5. Barbarian Outpost
6. Corporeal Beast
7. Chasm of Tears
8. Wintertodt Camp

Changes[edit | edit source]

Date Changes
23 July 2020
(update)
POH jewellery boxes now correctly refers to the previous teleport destination as Ferox Enclave rather than Clan Wars when right-clicked.
5 December 2019
(update | poll)
Players can now teleport to their previous destination by right-clicking the jewellery box.