Lapis Lazuli Block

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Lapis Lazuli Block
Lapis Lazuli Block JE3 BE3.png
Renewable

Yes

Stackable

Yes (64)

Tool

Blast resistance

3

Hardness

3

Luminant

No

Transparent

No

Flammable

No

Catches fire from lava

No

A lapis lazuli block is a decorative mineral block that is crafted from lapis lazuli. It is a medium blue color, with darker and lighter blue markings on it.

Obtaining[edit]

Breaking[edit]

Lapis lazuli blocks can be mined using a stone, iron, diamond or netherite pickaxe.

Block Lapis Lazuli Block
Hardness 3
Tool
Breaking time[note 1]
Default 15
Wooden 7.5
Stone 1.15
Iron 0.75
Diamond 0.6
Netherite 0.5
Golden 1.25
  1. Times are for unenchanted tools in seconds. For more information, see Breaking § Speed.

Natural generation[edit]

Lapis lazuli blocks generate as the center of "illager statues" in woodland mansions.

Crafting[edit]

Ingredients Crafting recipe
Lapis Lazuli

Usage[edit]

Lapis lazuli blocks can be used as a form of storage for lapis lazuli.

Crafting ingredient[edit]

Name Ingredients Crafting recipe
Lapis Lazuli Lapis Lazuli Block

Sounds[edit]

Java Edition:

SoundSubtitleSourceDescriptionNamespaced IDTranslation keyVolumePitchAttenuation
distance
Sound parameters
VolumePitchAttenuation
distance
StreamPreload
Block brokenBlocksBreaking the blockblock.stone.breaksubtitles.block.generic.break1.00.816?????
None[sound 1]BlocksFalling on the block with fall damageblock.stone.fallNone[sound 1]0.50.7516?????
Block breakingBlocksMining the blockblock.stone.hitsubtitles.block.generic.hit0.250.516?????
Block placedBlocksPlacing the blockblock.stone.placesubtitles.block.generic.place1.00.816?????
FootstepsBlocksWalking on the blockblock.stone.stepsubtitles.block.generic.footsteps0.151.016?????
  1. a b MC-177082

Bedrock Edition: [needs in-game testing]

SoundDescriptionNamespaced IDVolumePitchSound parameters
VolumePitchStreamLoad
on low
memory
Breaking the blockdig.stone? 0.8????
Falling on the block with fall damagefall.stone? ? ????
Mining the blockhit.stone? 0.5????
?Jumping from the blockjump.stone? ? ????
?Falling on the block without fall damageland.stone? ? ????
Walking on the blockstep.stone? ? ????
Placing the blockuse.stone? 0.8????

Data values[edit]

ID[edit]

Java Edition:

NameNamespaced IDTranslation key
Lapis Lazuli Blocklapis_block block.minecraft.lapis_block

Bedrock Edition:

NameNamespaced IDNumeric ID Translation key
Lapis Lazuli Blocklapis_block 22tile.lapis_block.name

History[edit]

Java Edition Beta
1.2Lapis Lazuli Block JE1 BE1.png Added lapis lazuli blocks.
Java Edition
1.6.113w19aLapis Lazuli Block JE2 BE2.png The texture of lapis lazuli blocks has now been changed.
1.814w02aLapis lazuli blocks are now renewable, as villagers now trade lapis lazuli.
1.1317w47aPrior to The Flattening, this block's numeral ID was 22.
1.1418w43aLapis Lazuli Block JE3 BE3.png The texture of lapis lazuli blocks has now been changed.
Pocket Edition Alpha
0.1.0Lapis Lazuli Block JE1 BE1.png Added lapis lazuli blocks.
0.8.0build 2Lapis Lazuli Block JE2 BE2.png The texture of lapis lazuli blocks has now been changed.
Pocket Edition
1.0.4alpha 1.0.4.0Lapis lazuli blocks are now renewable, as cleric villagers now sell lapis lazuli.
1.1.0alpha 1.1.0.0Lapis lazuli blocks now generate in woodland mansions.
Bedrock Edition
1.10.0beta 1.10.0.3Lapis Lazuli Block JE3 BE3.png The texture of lapis lazuli blocks has now been changed.
Legacy Console Edition
TU1CU11.0Patch 11.0.1Lapis Lazuli Block JE1 BE1.png Added lapis lazuli blocks.
TU22CU101.15Lapis Lazuli Block JE2 BE2.png The texture of lapis lazuli blocks has now been changed.
1.90Lapis Lazuli Block JE3 BE3.png The texture of lapis lazuli blocks has now been changed.
New Nintendo 3DS Edition
0.1.0Lapis Lazuli Block JE2 BE2.png Added lapis lazuli blocks.

Issues[edit]

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Trivia[edit]

  • In real life, lapis lazuli is a blue gem that may be ground and processed into ultramarine pigment. Lapis lazuli pigment has been famously used in the production of illuminated manuscripts, stained glass, and cave paintings. It was also used by Egyptians for their jewelry and other valuable items (see Wikipedia page).