Valheim: Valuable Items Guide (How to Get, List of Items…)

Valheim Valuable Items

You can find many items in Valheim, and sometimes most of these will not have much of a clue to what they are for until later on.

You will notice items labeled as “Valuable,” and these will also have a Value amount which is actually the worth of the item in Coins.

Later on, you will eventually find the merchant Haldor, which is where things become interesting when it comes to the Valuables you have collected.

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How To Get Valuables Items?

Valuable items can be looted from time to time, and this is mainly from chests or dungeons that you may explore later on in the game.

There are different kinds of Valuables with their prices which you can find in Valheim, and it is best that you save some for later on when you find the merchant.

The best way to get Valuables is to explore dungeons, but you may also get them by looting chests.

What to Do With Valuable Items?

If you have noticed, the Valuable items have their values displayed in their tooltip, which is actually the number of Coins they are worth.

You can head over to Haldor and sell Valuable items for Coins which you can use to buy items from his shop.

List of Valuable Items

There are currently 5 kinds of Valuables in Valheim, and it is unsure if there will be more in the future.

Still, it is guaranteed that these will be useful as you progress in Valheim and these will eventually become useful as you progress later on.

Most of the Valuables are mainly to be sold for Coins, which are needed to buy items from Haldor, the merchant.

The obtainable Valuables in Valheim are the following:


Amber is a bright piece of fossilized tree resin that appears as a shiny yellow fragment of what would have been taken from a larger source.

The Amber value in Valheim is 5 Coins, and sometimes you can find Amber and Coins in chests together or as loot in a dungeon.

Often this may be confused with Amber Pearl, but this appears to be a less processed version of the said item.

The Amber Sell price may not be as high as other valuable items, but you can get a good amount of Coins for selling a stack of 20 of these.

Amber weighs 0.1 per piece, and a whole stack will weigh a total of 2 in your inventory, making this very light to carry with you.

There is currently no other Amber use in Valheim aside from selling butin further updates, there may be more Amber usage options in the future.

Amber Pearl

Amber Pearl appears to be a processed version of Amber and appears as a perfectly round sphere which makes it look more Valuable than Amber.

You can find Amber Pearls in similar ways that you would find regular Amber, and this holds a stack of 50 pieces per item slot.

The weight of a single Amber Pearl is 0.1, which makes a whole stack of these weigh up to 5 per full stack.

The Amber Pearl value is twice as much, and you can sell Amber Pearl for 10 Coins each when interacting with Haldor.


In Valheims, the Coins use is mainly to buy items from Haldor, the merchant, and aside from that, when it Coins, there is not much else when it comes to what to do with them.

It is a good idea to still save up on Coins early out in the game as well as in the late-game, as you’ll never know what the future updates bring.

Coins weigh 0.1 in weight and can be stacked up to 999 pieces, making a whole stack weigh 99.9 in your inventory.

There are many ways to get coins, such as exploring dungeons for loot, opening up chests, hunting certain enemies, and more.

For a complete guide on farming Coins in Valheim, check out our Valheim Coins Farming Guide.


Rubies are beautiful reddish gemstones that can be found all around Valheim, but most of the time, you get these from dungeons and chests.

A single Ruby weighs exactly 0.1 in weight and can stack up to 20 pieces per slot, making a whole stack weigh 2 in your inventory.

The Ruby value in Valheim is 20 Coins, and you can mostly find Ruby and Amber along with other valuables, a good source of Coins when sold to the merchant Haldor.

There is currently no other Ruby use in the game aside from selling it to the merchant, but due to the Ruby price in the game, it is valued above Amber and Amber Pearl.

While there is no other Ruby purpose in Valheim at the moment aside from selling, future updates may reveal another Ruby usage for a later one.

Silver Necklace

One of the rarer and more expensive items to be sold in Valheim is the Silver Necklace, and this can be found mainly through digging up Viking graves or finding buried chests using a Wishbone.

The Silver Necklace weighs 0.1 in weight and can be stacked up to 20 pieces per inventory slot, making a whole stack weigh 2 in your inventory.

There is currently no other Silver Necklace use aside from selling them to the merchant, and most players have thought that these could have been worn, but sadly, they are only meant for selling.

Players mostly find that using Wishbone can yield chests that have Silver Necklaces in them, and later on, you can sell these for a hefty sum of 30 Coins.

If you want to use a Wishbone to locate these in Valheim, check out our guide on How To Get Wishbone in Valheim.


Ruby and Amber uses are mainly for selling, and these valuables are more in common than Silver Necklaces, but altogether, all Valuables should be kept for selling later on.

You will find Valuable items almost anywhere in Valheim, and it would be good to keep hold of them for later on when you need extra Coins to buy things from Haldor.

It is possible that there will be more Valuable items in the future and that these may have more purposes.

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