Refined Quartz

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Refined Quartz
Refined Quartz.png
A more pure form of quartz.
Source: Furnace
Sell Price: Gold.png50g

Equipment: Furnace
Time to Craft: 1.5h
Ingredients: Quartz (1) Coal (1)or Fire Quartz (1) Coal (1)

Refined Quartz is created by smelting 1 Quartz in a furnace with 1 coal for fuel. 1 Fire Quartz can also be placed in a furnace with 1 coal to produce 3 Refined Quartz.

It can be sold for Gold.png50g. Until obtaining the Crystalarium it is a lot faster and easier to obtain Refined Quartz via the Recycling Machine than from quartz itself.



Refined Quartz is used to make the following items:

Image Name Description Ingredients Recipe Source
Garden Pot.png
Garden Pot Grows crops from any season when indoors. Outdoors, it can only house seasonal crops. Clay (1) Stone (10) Refined Quartz (1) Evelyn cutscene after completing the Greenhouse
Sturdy Ring.png
Sturdy Ring Cuts the duration of negative status effects in half. Refined Quartz (5) Copper Bar (10) Earth Crystal (10) Combat Skill Icon.png Combat 1
Crystal Path.png Crystal Path (5) Place on the ground to create paths or spruce up your floors. Refined Quartz (1) Robin Icon.png Carpenter's Shop
Crystal Floor.png
Crystal Floor Place on the ground to create paths or spruce up your floors. Refined Quartz (1) Krobus Icon.png Krobus
Lightning Rod.png
Lightning Rod Collects energy from lightning storms and turns it into battery packs. Refined Quartz (1) Bat Wing (5) Iron Bar (1) Foraging Skill Icon.png Foraging 6
Quality Sprinkler.png
Quality Sprinkler Waters the 8 adjacent tiles every morning. Refined Quartz (1) Gold Bar (1) Iron Bar (1) Farming Skill Icon.png Farming 6


Refined Quartz is required to purchase the Slime Hutch from the Carpenter's Shop.

Image Name Description Cost Size
Slime Hutch.png
Slime Hutch Raise up to 20 slimes. Fill water troughs and slimes will create slime balls. Gold.png10,000g Stone (500) Refined Quartz (10) Iridium Bar (1) 11x6


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