Gondor Blacksmith, Galadhrim Wanderer, Blue Mountains Merchant, Half-troll Scavenger, Galadhrim Smith, Lindon Smith, Iron Hills Merchant, Oddment Collector, Blue Mountains Smith, Dwarven Smith, Dorwinion Merchant, Dalish Merchant, Nomad Merchant, Wicked Dwarf, Easterling Blacksmith, Easterling Goldsmith, Near Harad Goldsmiths, Rivendell Smith, Rivendell Wanderer, Gundabad Orc Scrounger, most Near Harad Smiths
Merchant of Harad, Half-troll Scavenger, Gondor Fishmonger, Rohan Fishmonger, Easterling Fishmonger, Near Harad Fishmongers
19-31 ( to )
38-63 ( to ) 53-88 ( ( to ) Rohan)
These Círdan gave to him, for they were got in great number in the shallow waters about the Isle of Balar; but the Naugrim had not before seen their like, and they held them dear. One there was as great as a dove's egg, and its sheen was as starlight on the foam of the sea; Nimphelos it was named, and the chieftain of the Dwarves of Belegost prized it above a mountain of wealth.
–Of the Sindar, The Silmarillion
Pearls are round, pinkish gemstones.
Obtaining [ ]
Pearls can be obtained through
trading and fishing.
As with many other materials, you can make a pearl block with nine pearls in a
A block of pearl can be found on top of Umbar statues.
Trivia [ ]
Rohan fishmonger sells pearls at a higher cost than any other trader, presumably because Rohan is not near any large bodies of water.
Pearls are actually a clam's response to a foreign object inside it's shell, usually a grain of sand stuck inside it's shell. It excretes a coating over the offending object to protect itself.