Obsidian: Museum Donation, Uses, and More

Nathan

Do you know what an Obsidian in Stardew Valley is? What about the ways to get it? Check this complete guide to learn more!

The player holding an Obsidian in Stardew Valley.
A closer look at the mineral in Stardew Valley.

Break rocks with Pickaxe or Mega Bombs, collect resources, and open geodes. This strategy is not new to seasoned Stardew Valley Players. However, we can’t say the same for newbies.

It’s one of many unique minerals in-game, but we’ll talk about everything you should know about the item.

What’s an Obsidian?

Despite its purple egg-shaped visuals, this item sells for 200g and 260g with Gemologist. It’s one of 53 minerals available for donation to Gunther’s Museum and Library. 

How to Find an Obsidian?

Clint cracking open Magma and Omni Geodes.
Geodes contain a variety of exotic minerals in the game.

If you’re looking at the Mines, you can find this mineral below floors 21 and beyond – by chance. In Skull Cavern, it doesn’t matter how deep you go since the area has endless(ish) levels. However, it’s worth mentioning the specifics since it’s found by breaking open Magma Geode and Omni Geode.

Tailoring

The player hovering over a "Studded Vest" on the Sewing Machine interface.
The clothing is worth the shot because of its design.

Combining this mineral with a Cloth on Sewing Machine will yield a Studded Vest.

Gifting

Sebastian loves the mineral and will sometimes be a present from him if both of you are married. No other NPCs show a strong interest in the item.

Quests

Not used in any quest.

Bundles

Not used in any bundle.

meet the Author

Photo of author
Nathan
Stardew Valley is my go-to comfort world after playing competitive CSGO. I am incredibly fond of pixel arts and games regardless of the genre.

Popular Content

Learn about the most profitable crops for each season to make the most profit. Just follow the link to find our definite farming guide!

What is the best profession? Professions in Stardew Valley have their very own pros and cons. Learn if the miner or geologist profession is better for you!