Making ruby ring from gold bars
Requirements Smelting

34 Crafting


Gold bars
Ring mould (if not already in your tool belt)




Recommended: Artisan's outfit

Profit Experience gained
1,334,300 per hour

132,300 Crafting

Inputs Outputs

1,890 x Gold bar Gold bar (1,929,690)
1,890 x Ruby Ruby (549,990)

1,890 x Ruby ring Ruby ring (3,814,020)

For analysis on ruby rings made from ore, see Money making guide/Making ruby rings from ores

Ruby rings are made by combining a gold bar and a ruby. It is highly recommended you make a bank preset with 14 rubies and 14 gold bars, and set this as a quick preset.

At the Combat Academy check to see if someone has a portable forge set up (you can utilise a popular friends chat or forum thread to find one). Use the preset to craft the rings on the forge.

The process is fairly click intensive, and very tedious. With a portable forge, it 26 seconds to craft 14 rings. This gives around 135 sets of 14 per hour (allowing for some lag/inefficiency), making 1890 rings per hour.

Without a portable forge, the crafting can be done at the Lumbridge furnace, across the street from the Combat Academy bank. It takes 9 seconds to travel between the bank and furnace, so the time increases to 44 seconds for 14 rings. This reduces the number made per hour to 1120 (80 trips), giving 790,720 per hour.

It should be noted that Grand Exchange has a buy limit of 1000 per 4 hours for rubies, so to utilise this method for more than around half an hour, you will need to pre-buy the rubies over time (e.g. overnight). The profit for making 1000 rings is 706,000.

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