Stolen Items, also known as Treasures, are items that appear in The Elder Scrolls Online. They are found through either stealing from non-playable characters, or from containers and can be sold to fences at outlaws refuges or the Thieves Guild hall.

These items have varying quality, which are worth the following amounts. (Note that the Haggling skill can increase the value of items sold to fences.)

Item quality Value
Common 40 GoldIcon
Fine 100 GoldIcon
Superior 250 GoldIcon
Epic 1500 GoldIcon
Legendary N/A †

† Part of Kari's Hit List, and the related achievement.

List of treasure typesEdit

  • Artwork
  • Children's Toys
  • Cosmetics
  • Devices
  • Dishes and Cookware
  • Dolls
  • Drinkware
  • Dry Goods
  • Fishing Supplies
  • Furnishings
  • Games
  • Grooming Items
  • Lights
  • Magic Curiosities
  • Maps
  • Medical Supplies
  • Musical Instruments
  • Oddities
  • Relic
  • Ritual Objects
  • Scrivener Supplies
  • Smithing Equipment
  • Statues
  • Tools
  • Trifles and Ornaments
  • Utensils
  • Wall Decor
  • Wardrobe Accessories
  • Writings

Lists of stolen itemsEdit

The following are links to lists of all stolen items that can be found in The Elder Scrolls Online.

Kari's Hit ListEdit

The book Kari's Hit List provides clues hinting at the locations of legendary treasures found throughout Tamriel that can be stolen and put on display in the main hall of the Thieves Den in Abah's Landing.

Treasure Location
Clue #1
Abah's Landing: The great great great—you get the idea—grandnephew of some banker back when Prince Hew was alive still has the poor sap's repossessed funeral urn sitting out as a flower pot.
Prince Hubalajad's Trash Urn Inside the Bank of Abah's Landing.
Clue #2
Greenshade: The Mages Guild is doing restoration work on an old set of weird living books for one of the Treethanes. I guess you're supposed to water them.
Treethane Niriel's "Living Plant-Wear" Book Set On a table on the top floor of the Marbruk Mages Guildhall.
Clue #3
Auridon: Prince Naemon had a commemorative decanter commissioned for his coronation. Rumors say some collector has it on display at the inn.
Coronation Decanter of Prince Naemon On top of a dresser across from the fireplace on the first floor of Skywatch Manor in Skywatch.
Clue #4
Malabal Tor: There's an old Wood Elf tale about a bard so good he won a contest with a cursed harp. Supposedly the Mages Guild is keeping it from bursting any eardrums in the wrong hands.
Tuneless Harp of Fiirgarion the Bard The first floor of the Velyn Harbor Mages Guildhall.
Clue #5
Reaper's March: The Mages Guild is caring for the ancient possessions of some Khajiit warrior of old at their holdings in Rawl'kha. You have the misfortune of finding his spittoon.
Hairball Spittoon of Darloc Brae The first floor of the Rawl'kha Mages Guildhall.
Clue #6
Grahtwood: There's a mannequin that was supposed to stand in for one of the members of the Camoran dynasty when he died in battle. I guess they found him, because it's collecting dust in the embassy.
Burial Mannequin of Calathor Camoran An unsealed urn in the southwest corner of the first floor of the Altmer Embassy in Elden Root.
Clue #7
Alik'r Desert: A wealthy innkeeper out in the desert has some antique bowl he claims is a family heirloom tracing his line back to some Ra Gada hero. Looks can be deceiving, but I have my doubts.
Divad Hunding's Dribble Bowl On the reception counter at the Sisters of the Sands Inn in Sentinel.
Clue #8
Stormhaven: The first king of Wayrest might have been a good king, but he was a terrible poet. There's an unpublished book of his work archived in the Mages Guild. We won't make you recite it.
King Farangel's Unpublished Ode to Wayrest On a table in the Wayrest Mages Guildhall.
Clue #9
Bangkorai: One of the more organized Yokudan conquerors had to use massive paperweights to wrangle all of his inventories. Fair warning, I might keep these.
Yokeda Sesnit's Paperweights In a bedroom on the second floor of the Anchor's Point Inn in Evermore.
Clue #10
Glenumbra: One of the carpets decorating Daggerfall Castle is supposedly magical. I don't know why they'd just have something like that just sitting out, but use it to your advantage.
Raven Direnni's Inflammable Rug In a storage chest in the kitchen at Daggerfall Castle.
Clue #11
Rivenspire: The Fighters Guild is supposed to have a bunch of letters the princess of Shornhelm wrote to King Emeric before he dumped her for the princess of Sentinel. Sounds juicy.
Princess Rayelle's Half-Hearted Love Letters In a chest on the first floor of the Shornhelm Fighters Guildhall.
Clue #12
Eastmarch: The locals out in Eastmarch say that King Jorunn's commissioned some ancient piece of Dwarven technology he smashed into a centerpiece for his next banquet. The thing's undergoing repair at their local Mages Guild.
King Jorunn's Automatic Cheesewheel Vivisector On the first floor of the Windhelm Mages Guildhall.
Clue #13
Stonefalls: One of the inns had an old coat-of-arms from the Ebonheart Pact's formation sitting in the basement. Seems they aren't sentimental about it.
Akaviri Armistice Banquet Tray The basement of the Hissing Guar inn in Kragenmoor.
Clue #14
Shadowfen: There was some strange tribe that lived out in Black Marsh alongside the Argonians. Unsurprisingly, they're all dead, but the Argonians still keep some artifacts around. There's some religious shovel their people prayed to, I guess.
Shaman Chirah's Devotion Shovel The small Hist tree in Stormhold.
Clue #15
Deshaan: Most of the time Dwarven artifacts are highly prized, but I have a lead on some banner that got taken down and thrown in storage around Mournhold. Probably more to the story.
King Dumac's Royal Latrine Cloth Roll In a preservation chest in the Mournhold Banking District.
Clue #16
The Rift: Ysgramor is basically worshiped by the Fighters Guild. They'd give their sword arms to drink from the same vessel he did, but there's one of his old wine skins that's been sitting untouched.
Ysgramor's Sload-Skin Wine Sack On the top floor of the Riften Fighters Guildhall.


  • Items may appear in any particular region, however certain items have a higher chance of spawning at particular regions. (e.g. a Deshaan-specific item is more likely to appear there).
  • Since the release of The Elder Scrolls Online: Dark Brotherhood, Pickpocketing has been updated. Items found whilst pickpocketing are more likely to be related to the character's chosen class. (i.e. Laborer, Noble, etc.).
  • 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 30–40 GoldIcon each.
  • Stolen items were introduced with the Justice System, as part of Update 6.