Clean necklace

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Clean necklace
Clean necklace.png
Released29 May 2007 (Update)
Quest itemNo
ExamineA recently-cleaned necklace.
Value0 coins
High alch0 coins
Low alch0 coins
Weight0.01 kg
Advanced data
Item ID11195
Clean necklace detail.png

A clean necklace is obtained by cleaning uncleaned finds at the specimen table in the Varrock Museum, requiring completion of The Dig Site quest. Its drop rate is 1/51.[1] The necklace may be worn and it is identical to a ruby necklace when worn.

Obtaining it quickly requires clicking specimen rocks to get uncleaned finds, cleaning them, then dropping everything for more uncleaned finds unless the player needs kudos or rarely an antique lamp yielding 500 experience.

Once found, when talking to one of the archaeologists in the area the player will learn how to enchant ruby necklaces to make Digsite pendants.

Note: The clean necklace (including duplicates obtained via drop trick) will be removed from the player's inventory and afterwards will become unobtainable. In order to keep a duplicate, the player should drop one of the necklaces and turn the other one in.

To check if the clean necklace has been found already, cast Lvl-3 Enchant or use an enchant ruby or topaz tablet on a ruby necklace, or talk to Curator Haig Halen and a chat option will be "How do I get a medallion?" Attempting to enchant a ruby necklace before learning about the clean necklace results in the game message: "You have not yet discovered the secret to enchanting ruby necklaces."

Attack icon.png Attack bonusesRuby necklace equipped.pngClean necklace equipped female.png
White dagger.pngWhite scimitar.pngWhite warhammer.pngMagic icon.pngRanged icon.png
Defence icon.png Defence bonuses
White dagger.pngWhite scimitar.pngWhite warhammer.pngMagic icon.pngRanged icon.png
Melee.png Other bonusesSlot
Strength icon.pngRanged Strength icon.pngMagic Damage icon.pngPrayer icon.pngNeck slot.png

References[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ Jagex. Mod Ash's Twitter account. 20 March 2017. (Archived from the original on 26 May 2020.)