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The following are a list of unique/semi rare items that can be found in The Elder Scrolls Online. All of these items items are Level 1, unless otherwise stated. Stolen items were introduced with the Justice System.

With the introduction of The Elder Scrolls Online: Thieves Guild, Stolen Items now have categories - for example, "Drinkware". Common stolen treasure have also increased in value from 30 to 40 GoldIcon each.


Alik'r DesertEdit

AuridonEdit

Bal FoyenEdit

BangkoraiEdit

BetnikhEdit

BleakrockEdit

CommonEdit

  • Boarbristle Brush: This simple brush is surprisingly stiff. It could just as easily be used to brush a mount.
  • Childs Ambiguous Doll: It isn't clear if this tiny burlap monstrosity represents a frost troll of Clivia Tharn. its steel button eyes could be resold.
  • Compilation of the First Concerns: A list of the day's priorities, in order of importance. The reverse is blank, and could be reused.
  • Copper Measures: This set of fine copper measures is often used by merchants to charge by weight.
  • Creepy Monkey Puppet: This hideous grimacing puppet is likely used to scold misbehaving children. The brass castanets could be resold.
  • Daedric Candlestick: This candlestick, decorated with dancing scamps and banekin frolicking in a Daedric circle, might be a novelty -or a cult fetish.
  • Deerbone Comb: This simple comb is well-poloshed. None of the teeth are missing.
  • Dremora Ragamuffin Doll - It seems someone thought thos scary, raggedy doll wpuld be popular with children.
  • Lead Sieve - This lead sieve is used to strain liquids when cooking. A fence could resell it to skooma brewers.
  • Outdated Map of Tamriel - This map of Tamriel was drawn before the Alliance War begun. However, it still accurately depicts geography and distance.
  • Packet of Envelopes - unfinished envelopes pergect for keepong prying eyes at bay when secured with hot wax.
  • Wooden Toy Sword - this toy sword was carved to match an Imperial gladius. A fence could resell it to bandits in need of training swords.
  • Carved Pumice Stone: "This block of abrasive rock has been carved to fit the hand, making it easier to erase ink from parchment."
  • Club Insignia: "a small pumice worry-stone, carved with the symbol of an exclusive club of merchants and traders."
  • Ayleid Alphabet Pocket Translations
  • Two-Tined Carving Fork: "A large carving fork with a stout handle and two metal tines."
  • Portable Chamber Pot:
  • Stuffed Pony Guar

UncommonEdit

RareEdit

  • "Netch, Kwama, Netch" Game (Level 1. Value: 250. Blue Rarity). "A travel sized version of the Dark Elf drinking game played in corner-clubs throughout Morrowind."

ColdharbourEdit

CraglornEdit

CyrodiilEdit

DeshaanEdit

CommonEdit

  • Over-Sized Tavern Dice: A pair of over-sized dice from a tavern somewhere on Tamriel.
  • Porcelain Teacup: This dainty teacup rests comfortably in the crook of one's finger.
  • Ornate Tortoiseshell Comb: The teeth on this elegant comb are surprisingly strong.
  • Earthenware Jar: This Earthenware jar is surprisingly sturdy.
  • Pocket Knife: Too small to be used in combat, this small knife would be perfect for general daily use out and about.
  • Torchbug Jar - A sealed glass jar with holes punched into the lid. Perfect for catching Torchbugs.
  • Vibrant Paint Set - Three small tins tied together eith a bit of string. Each cup contains one of the primary colours: red, blue, or yellow.
  • Brass Candle Snuffer: Although a little sooty inside, this polished candle snuffer is the perfect size to putting out small desk candles.
  • Faded Wanted Poster: A wanted poster from a distant city with exceptional artwork. A fence may purchase this as decoration for an outlaws refuge.
  • Lead Sieve: This lead sieve is used to strain liquids when cooking. A fence could resell it to Skooma brewers
  • Spool of Fishing Line: This long spool of fishing line needs only to be attached to a rod in order to haul in a delicious meal.

UncommonEdit

  • Dark Elf Travel Goblet: A sturdy drinking vessel designed to withstand the rigors of travel, made of pewter or wood, and decorated with Dark Elf runes.
  • Gorapple Peeler: A double-bladed tool for peeling the skin from a gorapple or other fruits with hard skins.
  • Oil Paints: (From Pickpocketing): These small tins contain the medium of an aspiring artist, mixed with care.

EastmarchEdit

CommonEdit

  • Dog Taining Pamphlet - Excessive barking? Running away? Chasing the cat? This pocket-sized pamphlet will help you train your problem dog! (Writings, Tools)
  • Brass Calipers - These simple handheld calipers can be used to measure, grip, or hold down loose papers. (Utensils, Scrivener Supplies)
  • Embroidered Hand Towel - Embroidered with an image of the Crimson Ship, this hand towel is a reminder to those in Hammerfell of the Day of Shame. (Dry Goods)
  • Canteen Cozy - Used by travelers and soldiers alike, this simple cozy will keep a canteen's contents warm for hours.
  • Copper Measures - This set of fine copper measures is often used by merchants to change by weight.
  • Stuffed Pony Guar - Is it a lifelike doll or an actual stuffed pony guar? And does it really matter anyway? (Dolls, Oddities)
  • Packet of Envelopes - Untarnished envelopes perfect for keeping prying eyes at bay when secured with sealing wax.
  • Dremora Ragamuffin Doll - It seems someone thought this scary, raggedy doll would be popular with children. (Dolls)
  • Lacquered Feather - While lacquered and preserved, this feather catches the air gracefully when released into the wind. (Trifles and Ornaments)

UncommonEdit

  • Cedar Boot Keepers - Foot-shaped spring-loaded cedar forms tucked into wet hunting boots, to control odor and help keep their shape. (Tools, Cosmetics)
  • Risque Boudoir Portrait - A portrait of a buxom young Nord wearing nothing but a horned helmet and a provocative smile.
  • Fine Leather Tooth-Purse - This fine silken purse contains a handful of tusks and molars - likely extracted as part of a blood price. (Oddities)
  • Polished Steel Grudge-Pen - A heavy steel pen, filled with blood and ink. Perfect for correspondence with your most hated enemies. (Scrivener Supplies, Ritual Objects)

Khenarthi's RoostEdit

RareEdit

  • Ancient Map

GlenumbraEdit

GrahtwoodEdit

GreenshadeEdit

The Imperial CityEdit

Malabal TorEdit

Reaper's MarchEdit

RivenspireEdit

ShadowfenEdit

The RiftEdit

CommonEdit

  • Porcelain Teacup (Pickpocket) - This dainty teacup rests comfortably in the crook of one's finger.
  • Cheaply Bound Journal - This journal contains private thoughts and personal details. A fence maybe able to resell it to a blackmailer.
  • Earthenware Jar - This earthenware jar is surprisingly sturdy.
  • Ornate Tortoiseshell Comb - The teeth of this elegant comb are surprisingly strong.
  • Brass Candle Snuffer - Although a little sooty inside, this polished candle snuffer is the perfect size for putting out small desk candles.
  • Pewter Portrait Frame - This small pewter flame can hold a miniature portrait or drawing.
  • Fast-Running Hourglass - A common time-keeping device. This one's sand run a bit fast.
  • Vibrant Paint Set - Three small tins tied together with a bit of string. Each cup contains one of the three primary colors: red, blue, or yellow.
  • Two-Tined Carving Fork - A large carving fork with a stout handle and two sturdy metal tines.
  • Wooden Letter Opener - A small ship is carved into the handle of the dark wooden letter opener.
  • Over-Sized Tavern Dice - A pair of over-sized dice from a tavern somewhere in Tamriel.

UncommonEdit

  • Brightly Colored Scarf - A striped, multicolored, knitted winter scarf that seems absurdly long.
  • Dwarven Compass - Made of simple copper, this Dwemer device is used to measure or maintain orientation.
  • Falconer's Harness - A high-quality leather harness designed to fit over the head of a trained falcon.
  • Rosewood Lute - Though quite old, this lute is still in excellent condition. There are no noticeable scratches in the lacquered wood.
  • Orc Trunk Guardian - A Wrothgar tradition, this tiny trunk guardian statue is guaranteed to protect your stored goods.
  • Fine Leather Waterskin - An empty waterskin made of supple leather and stoppered with a cork.
  • Unopened Vial of Glue - An unopened vial of adhesive made from rendered Skeever skins.
  • Traveler's Shaving Kit - A high-quality shaving kit in a leather case, consisting of a folding straight razor, a horse hair brush, and a shaving bowl.

StonefallsEdit

CommonEdit

  • Carved Pumice Stone - This abrasive rock has been carved to fit the hand, making it easier to erase ink from parchment.
  • Canteen Cozy - Used by travelers and locals alike, this simple cozy will keep a canteen warm for hours.
  • Memento Mori
  • Tinderbox - The battered box appears mostly full. The flint, firesteel, and straw are all supplied.
  • Small Canvas Painting - The man in this portrait has eyes that follow you. Luckily, it is small enough to be shoved in a bag before becoming too creepy.

UncommonEdit

StormhavenEdit

Stros M'KaiEdit

WrothgarEdit

CommonEdit

  • Dog Training Pamphlet - Excessive barking? Running away? Chasing the cat? This pocket-sized pamphlet will help you train your problem dog!
  • Fast-Running Hourglass - A common time-keeping device. This one's sand run a bit fast.
  • Canteen Cozy - Used by travelers and soldiers alike, this simple cozy will keep a canteen's contents warm for hours.
  • Daedric Candlestick - This candlestick, decorated with dancing scamps and banekin frolicking in a Daedric circle, might be a novelty -or a cult fetish.
  • Deerbone Comb - This simple comb is well-polished. None of the teeth are missing.

UncommonEdit

  • Polished Tumnor - This stone appears to be an ornate grave marker. Archaeologists or family members would likely pay top coin for it.
  • Polished Clan Brand - This heavy iron brand bears the seal of one of Wrothgar's lesser clans, but the craftsmanship is peerless.
  • Varnished Bone Chimes - These suspended ogre-bones have been dyed black and issue ghostly hollow tones when the wind blows.
  • Stout Grass Rope - A coil of strong, fibrous rope. This sturdy weave is an old Argonian secret.
  • Porcelain Teapot - A unique mixture of clay was heated until it became smooth and translucent and then meticulously painted to create this teapot.
  • Fine Ceramic Wash Bowl - Heirloom personal wash bowl painted with scenes from "The Naming Story of Y'ffre" around the rim.

RareEdit

  • Murtag Clan Tacklebox - This tacklebox of carved wood contains an entire set of hand-made fishing lures. The mark of Murtag clan is burned into the top.
  • Antique Spyglass - A very old hand-tooled spyglass, dating back to the time of Old Orsinium.
  • Banned Orc Tusk Letter Opener - This fine yet highly illegal opener carved from genuine Orc tusk was probably made before the formation of the Covenant.

Hew's BaneEdit

CommonEdit

  • Bloody Tongue Stud - Some dried blood still clings to this brass tongue piercing. As does a little bit of tongue. (Wardrobe Accessories, Oddities)
  • Claw of Akatosh - This large claw, most likely from a troll, is carved with a prayer. Young children are told they're the claws of dragons. (Ritual Objects, Trifles and Ornaments)
  • Steel Calipers With Guar-Skin Grip - A versatile instrument for measuring thickness. This grip retards heat conduction, allowing for measurements at the forge. (Smithing Equipment, Tools)

UncommonEdit

  • Ornate Tattoo Kit - A well-loved pine box full of tattoo needles, both large and small.
  • Echalette-Skull Ink Well - This inkwell appears both delicate and intimidating. The beast's tiny tusks serve as perfect pen-holders. (Scrivener Supplies, Oddities)
  • Polished Tumnor - This stone appears to be an ornate grave marker. Archaeologists or family members would likely pay top coin for it. (Ritual Objects)
  • Polished Sleeping Stone - This huge polished river stone functions as a traditional Orc pillow. Once common, they've become collector's items. (Furnishings)
  • Fine Echatere Vellum - This vellum is aromatic and smooth to the touch. Perfect for writing both poetry and death-threats. (Scrivener Supplies)
  • Silver Anvil Paperweight - This miniature anvil is wrought from the finest silver - a paperweight fir for a chief. (Scrivener Supplies, Trifles and Ornaments)
  • Red Brittle Wamasu - A stylized wamasu, carved from a fragile chunk of red brittle, also known as nirncrux. (Statues)
  • Lacquered Malacath Totem - This stone totem is disturbing to behold. Malacath's gruesome features are dyed a rusty brown by repeated applications of blood. (Statues, Ritual Objects)

RareEdit

  • "Orc-Cordian" Squeeze Box - A bellows-driven musical instrument popular among the various Orc clans of Wrothgar. (Musical Instruments, Devices)
  • Lion Guard Meal Kit - Compact eating and cooking utensils for use while camping or participating in military campaigns, popularized by the Lion Guard. (Utensils)
  • Fox Fur Gutcatcher - A mid-length, silk-lined hunting blanket made from the finest red fox fur, used to catch gore when gutting a caught fox. (Dry Goods)

LegendaryEdit

  • Prince Hubalajad's Trash Urn - "The prince's funerary urn became the final place of rest for letters about his unpaid debts in the failing years of his legacy." (Relic)

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