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Market Prices

 

Please note that all the prices listed here are considered average and what Three Wonder has deemed is the most fair. Players may often sell for slightly more or slightly less, it is their choice. Also people in zone chats may sell items at wildly different prices because people on ESO rarely have any idea of what the worth of an item really is. Prices in this list may change depending on changes within the game, their availability, and their demand. So please check back every so often.

 

Gear

 

Normal White Gear (for deconstruction) - 40g

 

Green Gear - 250g

 

Blue Gear - 500g

 

Purple Gear - 1000g

 

Legendary Gear - 5000g

 

Certain features of an equipment can increase it's value. Normal White gear is largely unaffected by this except in the case of Traits for Research.

If a gear is between level 30 - 50, +20%

If a gear is a veteran rank level, +50%

If a gear is part of a Set, +20%

If a gear is a weapon or chest piece armor, +20%

If a gear has a valuable Research trait on it, (I'm having troubles determining particular price improvements for traits, there are many traits and they aren't actual items, just stats, so information on their cost is sparse)

If a gear has a valuable enchantment on it, +20% for each level of enchantment (Enchantments also come in white, green, blue, purple, and yellow levels, with more powerful enchantments yielding even greater benefits, basically every level up adds another 20% to the price.)

 

If a gear was a reward for a quest, then it's rarely worth more than 150g regardless of what other features it has. This is because technically anyone can get the item for free just by doing the quest, so it isn't worth much. You can tell when a gear is a quest reward because it will have a small description at the bottom of it related to the quest it was found in.

 

 

Materials

 

Blacksmithing

Iron ingots - 9g each (900g for a stack of 100)

Steel ingots - 11g each (1100g for a stack of 100)

Orichalcum ingots - 12g each (1200g for a stack of 100)

Dwarven ingots - 12g each (1200g for a stack of 100)

Ebony ingots - 12g each (1200g for a stack of 100)

Calcinium ingots - 12g each (1200g for a stack of 100)

Galatite Ingots - 12g each (1200g for a stack of 100)

Quicksilver Ingots - 12g each (1200g for a stack of 100)

Voidstone ingots - 12g each (1200g for a stack of 100)

 

Honing Stones - 80g each (8000g for a stack of 100)

Dwarven Oil - 600g each (60,000g for a stack of 100)

Grain Solvent - 1200g each (120,000g for a stack of 100)

Tempering Alloy - 3500g each (350,000g for a stack of 100)

 

Clothier

Jute - 10g each (1000g for a stack of 100)

Rawhide - 12g each (1200g for a stack of 100)

Flax - 11g each (1100g for a stack of 100)

Hide - 12g each, 1200g for a stack of 100)

Cotton - 12g each, (1200g for a stack of 100)

Leather - 12g each, (1200g for a stack of 100)

Spidersilk - 12g each, (1200g for a stack of 100)

Thick Leather - 12g each, (1200g for a stack of 100)

Ebonthread - 12g each, (1200g for a stack of 100)

fell hide - 12g each, (1200g for a stack of 100)

Kresh Fiber - 10g each, (1000g for a stack of 100)

Topgrain Hide - 11g each, (1100g for a stack of 100)

Ironthread - 12g each, (1200g for a stack of 100)

Iron hide - 10g each, (1000g for a stack of 100)

Silverweave - 12g each, (1200g for a stack of 100)

Superb Hide - 12g each, (1200g for a stack of 100)

Void Cloth - 12g each, (1200g for a stack of 100)

Shadowhide 22g each, (2200g for a stack of 100)

 

Hemming - 70g each (7000g for a stack of 100)

Embroidery - 500g each (50,000g for a stack of 100)

Elegant Lining - 1000g each (100,000g for a stack of 100)

Dreugh Wax - 3500g each (350,000g for a stack of 100)

 

 

 

Woodworking

Sanded Maple - 9g each (900g for a stack of 100)

Sanded Oak - 11g each (1100g for a stack of 100)

Sanded Beech - 12g each (1200g for a stack of 100)

Sanded Hickory - 12g each (1200g for a stack of 100)

Sanded Yew - 12g each (1200g for a stack of 100)

Sanded Birch - 12g each (1200g for a stack of 100)

Sanded Ash - 12g each (1200g for a stack of 100)

Sanded Mahogany - 12g each (1200g for a stack of 100)

Sanded Nightwood - 17g each (1700g for a stack of 100)

 

Pitch - 65g each (6500g for a stack of 100)

Turpen - 500g each (50,000g for a stack of 100)

Mastic - 1200g each (120,000g for a stack of 100)

Rosin - 3000g each (300,000g for a stack of 100)

 

Alchemy

Blessed Thistle - 60g each (6000g for a stack of 100)

Blue Entoloma - 60g each (6000g for a stack of 100)

Bugloss - 80g each (8000g for a stack of 100)

Columbine - 200g each (20,000g for a stack of 100)

Corn Flower - 60g each (6000g for a stack of 100)

Dragonthorn - 60g each (6000g for a stack of 100)

Emetic Russula - 70g each (7000g for a stack of 100)

Imp Stool - 70g each (7000g for a stack of 100)

Lady's Smock - 60g each (6000g for a stack of 100)

Luminous Russula - 80g each (8000g for a stack of 100)

Mountain Flower - 90g each (9000g for a stack of 100)

Namira's Rot - 70g each (7000g for a stack of 100)

Nirnroot - 50g each (5000g for a stack of 100)

Stinkhorn - 50g each (5000g for a stack of 100)

Violet Coprinus - 50g each (5000g for a stack of 100)

Water Hyacinth - 70g each (7000g for a stack of 100)

White Cap - 65g each (6500g for a stack of 100)

Wormwood - 50g each (5000g for a stack of 100)

 

Natural Water - 3g each (300g for a stack of 100)

Clear Water - 5g each (500g for a stack of 100)

Pristine Water - 11g each (1100g for a stack of 100)

Cleansed Water - 11g each (1100g for a stack of 100)

Filtered Water - 11g each (1000g for a stack of 100)

Purified Water - 20g each (2000g for a stack of 100)

Cloud Mist - 50g each (5000g for a stack of 100)

 

 

Enchanting

Essence Runestones (triangle) - 50g universally

Potency Runestones (square) - 50g for first grade plus an additional +50g for every grade higher (you can check the grade based on what level of the "potency improvement" skill is required to use it, max is 9)

Aspect Runestones (circle)

Ta - 100g

Jejota - 250g

Denata - 600g

Rekuta - 1000g

Kuta - 2500g

 

 

Motifs

 

Breton - 500g

Nord - 500g

Altmer - 500g

Bosmer - 500g

Dunmer - 500g

Argonian - 500g

Redguard - 500g

Orc - 500g

Khajit - 500g

 

Imperial - 75,000g

Primal - 35,000g

Ancient - 20,000g

Barbaric - 50,000g

Daedric - 75,000g

 

The price of an item is based on two things, availability (determined by how frequently the item is found or farmed, and how many people are around the level range to find it) and demand (determined by how many people want it and how many crafters of that type there actually are). As such the prices are not always linear, higher grade materials are not necessarily worth more because there can be just as many people of the level to farm them and just as many people of the level to use them as any lower level grade

 
-Grizzly 
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