Artisan goods are some of the most valuable things to sell in Stardew Valley, but if a player focuses on these, they will get very rich.
There are many ways to make money in Stardew Valley, since there are many skills to learn and each one has its own way of making money. Every season has things that are definitely worth putting money into because they can make more money. But making Artisan Goods from crops and other things is another great way to make money.
When it comes to selling Artisan Goods, the best way to make the most money is to become a Tiller at level 5 farming and then an Artisan at level 10 farming. The Artisan trade adds 40% to the price at which Artisan Goods can be sold. But people who play Stardew Valley should still know what the best crops are.
Cloth is an Artisan Good that is easy to miss if players aren’t building mills, making new clothes, or finishing the Artisan Bundle. However, players shouldn’t ignore it. A single bundle of materials goes for 470g without the Artisan skill and 658g with it. This is less than the price of Iridium-quality Wool, which is 680g, but the better raw material has a 50% chance of making two pieces of fabric at once. This makes the extra step to make Cloth usually worth it.
To make Cloth from Sheep or Rabbit Wool, players must first hit Level 7 in Farming and unlock the Loom recipe. Once made, Looms can turn any Wool that has been cut or dropped into Cloth. Every three days, sheep make wool that can be sheared. Rabbits, on the other hand, drop wool every four days.
Caviar is one of the most expensive and successful Artisan Goods that players can make with the Fish Pond. It is made from Aged Sturgeon Roe. The price of Sturgeon Roe goes up from 130g to 500g with Caviar. This is different from most old roe, which doubles in value as it ages. If a person has the Artisan profession, the item can be sold for 700g each, making it even more profitable.
In order to start raising Sturgeon for Roe, players must first catch one from the mountain lake in the summer or winter and ask Robin for a Fish Pond. Once the fish starts to lay eggs in the pond, you can use a Preserves Jar to age the eggs and make caviar in a few days.
Pale Ale is an alcoholic drink made from hops, a crop that grows well in the summer and is asked for by Pam the first year. If you put one Hop into a Keg, it will take about two days to make one Pale Ale. The alcohol’s value starts at 300g after it has been made, but players can put the Artisan Good into a Cask to make it better. After 34 days, it will be an Iridium-quality Pale Ale, worth 600g without the Artisan trade and 840g with it.
Pale Ale, like many other things, takes a lot of time and money to make, but it’s well worth it. Players should try to buy the first two house upgrades as soon as possible to get the recipe for Casks, which they’ll need to make the most of Pale Ale and other Artisan Goods.
Fairy Rose Honey
In Stardew Valley, what flowers or plants are close affect how much honey is worth. If a Bee House is surrounded by veggies, fruit, or open land, it will make Wild Honey, which is only worth 100g. Putting it near a field of flowers, on the other hand, will change the price of its honey.
Fairy Roses are the most beneficial of the six kinds of flowers you can grow. When Fairy Rose Honey is made, it goes for 680g, and each honey made by an artisan is a very impressive 952g. To get the most out of Bee Houses and Fairy Rose Seeds. Players should plan their flower fields with item types in mind. When planned well, putting Bee Houses around a square of flowers can send profits through the roof.
The exact sell value of pickles depends on what veggies players put in their Preserves Jars. However, even at Iridium quality, it is always more profitable to make vegetables into Artisan Goods than to sell them raw. Also, pickled vegetables with a higher base value sell for more than those with a smaller one.
Pumpkins, which are the pride of fall crops, are one of the most profitable veggies to turn into pickles. Without the Artisan skill, Pumpkin Pickles are worth 690g. Players can expect to make 966g per jar if they use it. The next kind of pickles that sell the most are Red Cabbage Pickles. Which are worth either 570g or 798g based on your profession, and then Cauliflower Pickles. This is important to remember because pumpkins can be used to make juice and other high-value Artisan Goods.
In Stardew Valley, putting a vegetable in a Keg makes juice. Like the price of pickles, the price of juice depends on what veggie is used to make it. Still, juice will always be worth a little bit more than pickles. Even though making juice takes longer than making pickles. To find out how much a juice will be worth, players can raise the base price of a vegetable by 2.25.
As was already said, the best drink that players can make on their farms is Pumpkin drink. It sells for 720g on its own, but with the bonus from the Artisan trade, each bottle sells for 1,008g.
Lava Eel Aged Roe
To start making Lava Eel Aged Roe, players need a Fish Pond and a Preserves Jar, just like they do for Caviar. However, it can be hard to catch a Lava Eel to start the process. Lava Eels are one of the hardest non-legendary fish to catch in Stardew Valley, and they only spawn in two places. Floor 100 in The Mines and The Forge in the Volcano Dungeon on Ginger Island.
Once a player has aged his or her first Lava Eel Roe. the Artisan Good will be worth 760g at base value, which is a nice prize. With the Artisan skill, the price to sell this mature roe goes up to 1,064g, making it the most profitable thing an Artisan Good player can make in the Fish Pond.
In Stardew Valley, there are several ways for players to get their first dinosaur egg. But whether they find it while fishing or fighting in the Skull Cavern. Players should wait to give it to Gunther until their Big Coop has had time to hatch it. After 12 days, they will wake up to a new dinosaur that will lay an egg every week when it is fully grown.
If players want to finish the museum’s collection quickly, they should remember to give their second Dinosaur Egg. Any other Dinosaur Eggs can be incubated or turned into Dinosaur Mayonnaise to make a lot of money. At its base price, the old Artisan Good goes for 800g. Which means that someone with the Artisan profession can get 1,120g.
Traditional Cheese can be sold in large quantities for a high price. But aged Goat Cheese could be a much more successful product. Goat Cheese that has been in a Cask for seven days becomes an Iridium-quality Artisan Good with a starting value of 800g. With the aged dairy product, artisans make an extra 1,120g of money.
To make the best Goat Cheese, players will need a grown goat that gives Goat Milk every other day, as well as a Cheese Press and Cask. Those who would rather use their casks for other Artisan Goods can still make a good profit by selling Gold-quality Goat Cheese straight from the Cheese Press for either 600g or 840g, based on their profession.
To make Truffle Oil in Stardew Valley, players must first turn their Barn into a Deluxe Barn and buy a Truffle-Finding Pig, which is one of the best animals in Snow Rider 3D. Once their animals are fully grown and they find their first gourmet mushrooms. Players will want to use the recipe they get at Farming Level 8 to make an Oil Maker.
Start point Truffle Oil sells for 1,065g, which is a lot, but Iridium-quality Truffles sell for 1,250g on their own. So people without the Artisan trade will only want to turn Gold, Silver, or standard-quality Truffles into oil. Players with the Artisan skill, on the other hand, can make Truffle Oil from any berry without risk. Since each bottle earns them 1,491g.
Jelly, which comes in a Preserves Jar, is a lot like pickles in how it works. In fact, the main difference between them is that pickles are made from veggies and jelly is made from fruit. Stardew Valley has a number of profitable fruits, like Ancient Fruit and Pineapple. But Starfruit is by far the most valuable fruit to turn into Artisan Goods, with a starting value of 750g.
Starfruit Jelly goes for 1,550g even if you don’t have the Artisan skill. With the extra sales boost, however, this value goes up to 2,107g per jar. Since its seeds can be bought in the Calico Desert, it’s almost hard to think that the fruit for an Artisan Good that’s worth thousands isn’t hard to get.
Ancient Fruit & Starfruit Wine
Wine is the best Artisan Good to make in Stardew Valley. Its base value is three times that of the fruit used to make it. Once it is made, it can be put in a Cask and kept to make it better over time. Iridium-quality wine needs to age for two years, but in the long run, it is the best quality of wine.
Also, players should focus on growing Ancient Fruit and Starfruit. If they want to make the best drinks in the game. Ancient Fruit Wine of Iridium quality is worth 3,300g at base value. While Starfruit Wine of Iridium quality is worth 4,500g. With the Artisan trade, the wines are worth 4,620g and 6,300g, making them the two most profitable Artisan Goods in Stardew Valley.