Circlets can be found as random loot in dungeons or bought from merchants. Characters that can be seen wearing circlets include all the Jarls of Skyrim, except Ulfric Stormcloak and Idgrod Ravencrone. They cannot be crafted at blacksmith forges.
- Certain enchantments can be placed on circlets such as the Mage's Circlet and its 20-70 magicka bonus.
- Circlets count as clothing and thus the benefits of the Alteration perk "Mage Armor" are received with circlets equipped.
- Circlets can be worn with the Penitus Oculatus helmet, a Dragon Priest Mask, or a Falmer Helmet (but not a Falmer Hardened Helm) while the benefits from both items will still be retained. That is why circlets are often used with Falmer Helmets to increase a certain skill.
- Circlets are one of the few types of headgear that may be worn with the Archmage's Robes, which comes with a hood and prevents the wearing of most head pieces.
- Jade and Emerald Circlet - Price: 350
- Silver and Moonstone Circlet - Price: 250
- Gold and Ruby Circlet - Price: 450
- Copper and Sapphire Circlet - Price: 200
- Copper and Onyx Circlet - Price: 50
- Silver and Sapphire Circlet - Price: 400
- Jade and Sapphire Circlet - Price: 300
- Gold and Emerald Circlet - Price: 500
- Copper and Moonstone Circlet - Price: 100
- Copper and Ruby Circlet - Price: 150