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Omni Geode Minerals

Welcome to our Stardew Valley Minerals guide.

Minerals are found in the Skull Cavern the The Mines. Most minerals are acquired from geodes, which you can take to Clint to have them opened. Minerals can be sold for gold or donated to the Museum for rewards.
Sell Price
Earth Crystal 50 A resinous substance found near the surface.
Frozen Tear 75 A crystal fabled to be the frozen tears of a yeti.
Fire Quartz 100 A glowing red crystal commonly found near hot lava.
Prismatic Shard 2000 A very rare and powerful substance with unknown origins.
Tigerseye 275 A stripe of shimmering gold gives this gem a warm luster.
Opal 150 Its internal structure causes it to reflect a rainbow of light.
Fire Opal 350 A rare variety of opal, named for its red spots.
Alamite 150 Its distinctive fluorescence makes it a favorite among rock collectors.
Bixite 300 A dark metallic Mineral sought after for its cubic structure.
Baryte 50 The best specimens resemble a desert rose.
Aerinite 125 These crystals are curiously light.
Calcite 75 This yellow crystal is speckled with shimmering nodules.
Dolomite 300 It can occur in coral reefs, often near an underwater volcano.
Esperite 100 The crystals glow bright green when stimulated.
Fluorapatite 200 Small amounts are found in human teeth.
Geminite 150 Occurs in brilliant clusters.
Helvite 450 It grows in a triangular column.
Jamborite 150 The crystals are so tightly packed it almost looks fuzzy.
Jagoite 115 A high volume of tiny crystals makes it very glittery.
Kyanite 250 The geometric faces are as smooth as glass.
Lunarite 200 The cratered white orbs form a tight cluster.
Malachite 100 A popular ornamental stone, used in sculpture and to make green paint.
Neptunite 400 A jet-black crystal that is unusually reflective.
Lemon Stone 200 Some claim the powdered crystal is a dwarvish delicacy.
Nekoite 80 The delicate shards form a tiny pink meadow.
Orpiment 80 Despite its high toxicity, this Mineral is widely used in manufacturing and folk medicine.
Petrified Slime 120 This little guy may be 100,000 years old.
Thunder Egg 100 According to legend, angry thunder spirits would throw these stones at one another.
Pyrite 120 Commonly known as "Fool's Gold".
Ocean Stone 220 An old legend claims these stones are the mosaics of ancient mermaids.
Ghost Crystal 200 There is an aura of coldness around this crystal.
Jasper 150 When polished, this stone becomes attactively luminous. Prized by ancient peoples for thousands of years.
Celestine 125 Some early life forms had bones made from this.
Marble 110 A very popular material for sculptures and construction.
Sandstone 60 A common type of stone with red and brown striations.
Granite 75 A speckled Mineral that is commonly used in construction.
Basalt 175 Forms near searing hot magma.
Limestone 15 A very common type of stone. It's not worth very much.
Soapstone 120 Because of its relatively soft consistency, this stone is very popular for carving.
Hematite 150 An iron-based Mineral with interesting magnetic properties.
Mudstone 25 A fine-grained rock made from ancient clay or mud.
Obsidian 200 A volcanic glass that forms when lava cools rapidly.
Slate 85 It's extremely resistant to water, making it a good roofing material.
Fairy Stone 250 An old miner's song suggests these are made from the bones of ancient fairies.
Star Shards 500 No one knows how these form. Some scientists claim that the microscopic structure displays unnatural regularity.