Seastone is Epic with a total supply of 998
530 left (of 998)
Unlike what its name would suggest, Seastone is not found along rock-laden shores in coastal regions.
Instead, it is found far below the earth in mines that are typically both dark and damp.
Seastone is instead named after it's tendency to sparkle like the ocean when exposed to sunlight, emitting a radiant blue hue as if it were magically enchanted.
With reliable sources of Seastone dwindling over the last few decades, the cost of purchasing even small quantities of the sparkly blue gem has increased considerably in recent times.
Despite this fact, Seastone remains a highly desirable material for jewellers with the Eldensmith chain particularly fond of using this precious stone in its wares.