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8-29-2008 @ 8:57PM
And being a jewelcrafter, what are your thoughts on selling cut or un-cut gems? Specifically blue-quality gems.I could never really figure this one out myself.
8-29-2008 @ 9:41PM
Depends on which recipes you have. I made enough gold from prospecting and selling uncut gems that I was able to buy the Runed Living Ruby recipe, Potent Noble Topaz, Great Dawnstone, and a few others, and now I make even more gold because I can sell cut gems. JC is a *very* profitable profession.
9-01-2008 @ 6:01AM
I would say that buying JC patterns is far more profitable in the long run. If you have the cash to buy one pattern for each gem type, then you can cut at least one type of pattern per gem colour. These cut gems (on my server at least) sell for 10-50% than uncut ones. I wouldn't buy uncut gems off the AH just because I prefer the chance factor when prospecting from ore.
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