Where to store gems in Diablo 4 (Season 1)

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Gems will clutter up your inventory.
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July 6, 2023: With Season 1 nearly here, read on to learn where to store gems in Diablo 4.

Wondering where to store gems in Diablo 4? We've got you covered. We understand how annoying it can be when your inventory is full and you can't pick up anything.

Our Diablo 4 guide on where to store gems gives you tips on how you can solve this predicament.

Where can you store gems in Diablo 4

Now, when it comes to the question of where to store gems in Diablo 4, the answer is actually quite simple: just use your player stash or storage chest.

Gems are random drops from enemies, chests, and other activities. These are all handled by the Jeweler NPC in major towns and villages. The NPC allows you to craft new ones by combining lower-tier gems, as well as add sockets to your gear.

There are several types of gems in the game, including Rubies, Diamonds, and Skulls. Then, when you multiply each type with various tiers, it's expected that they'll take up a lot of space.

There are 50 slots in the player stash by default, but you can buy additional tabs so you can store your gems.
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Using the player stash or chest to store gems in Diablo 4

Your stash, much like various NPCs, can be found in major cities in each region. For instance, the Kyovashad storage is in the inn right next to the wardrobe where you can change transmogrification designs.

By default, the stash has 50 slots. However, you can purchase additional ones (the first extra tab costs 100,000 gold). This will give you extra space for other types of items that you don't need in your inventory at that very moment.

We suggest buying a second tab where you can store gems in Diablo 4. The reason for this is simple: you can have a separate tab for your weapons, armours, and accessories, while another tab exists solely for gem storage. This helps you organise your loot, avoiding clutter and lack of space.


And that's it, that's how Diablo 4's gem storage concept works. For more about the game, you can visit our Diablo 4 guides hub.

For more tips and tricks on the game, you can also check out our list of all bosses in the game, our guide on how to claim challenge rewards, and our breakdown of the game's story.

For more articles like this, take a look at our Guides and Diablo 4 page.