Zelda Rupees/Gemstones Painted or You Can Paint


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Gemstones and or Rupees either colored for you, or unpainted for you to paint.
These are 3D Printed with UV Resin and cleaned with isopropyl alcohol.
Each one of these is the height of a quarter.
Various color options and quantities available.
The unpainted ones will come as the color of the resin. May be grey, white, or red.
A Sack of Gems comes with a free decorated burlap sack and roughly 15 gems/rupees.
If you wish to mix and match certain colors you must do so in individual quantities. The only one that comes with multiple colors automatically is the full sack of them.

Please allow up to 2 weeks for printing (and an additional few days for painting) and another week for shipping.
Shipping is Free.

From the Video Games here is the monetary value for each color.

Green Rupee: 1.
Blue Rupee: 5.
Yellow Rupee: 10.
Red Rupee: 20.
Purple Rupee: 50.
Orange Rupee: 100.
Silver Rupee: 200

“Rupees are otherwise identical gems of various colors, each color marking a specific denomination. The association between colors and values varies somewhat from game to game, but the standard has Green Rupees being worth one Rupee, Blue Rupees worth five, Red Rupees worth 20, and Purple Rupees worth 50. Other less common colors include yellow (worth 10 in The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker and The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess), orange, silver, and gold (worth 100, 200, and 300, respectively, but different entries in the series switch which color corresponds to which amount). In The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Silver Rupees found in certain dungeons that are used to open doors are worth only five Rupees. In some games, Big Green Rupees are worth 100 and Big Red Rupees are worth 200. In The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords, The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass, and The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, Black Rupees (known as Rupoors) actually have negative value and will cause Link to lose Rupees. In Phantom Hourglass, a Big Rupoor causes Link to lose 50 Rupees, while a standard Rupoor causes Link to lose 10.” – from Zeldapedia.

Other color options available as are other sizes upon demand.

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