Pisces fragment (New Horizons)

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Pisces Fragment NH Inv Icon.png Pisces fragment Type of other item
Pisces fragment
Buy price Sell price
Not for sale  500 Bells
Obtain via Meteor Shower (Wishing during the Pisces zodiac, February 19 - March 20)
 Celeste (20% chance during Pisces zodiac if ineligible to obtain additional DIY recipes)
Stack 10
Names in other languages
 물고기자리 조각
 fragment de Poissons
 fragment de Poissons
 fragmento de Piscis
 fragmento de Piscis
 frammento di Pesci
 фрагмент Рыб

The Pisces fragment is a crafting material in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

The Pisces fragment can be found on the island's beach one day after the player wishes on shooting stars during the Pisces zodiac from February 19 to March 20. Celeste can also give the player a Pisces fragment 20% of the time during the Pisces zodiac if the player is ineligible to obtain additional DIY recipes from her. Up to 10 of the item can be stacked together. Each Pisces fragment sells for  500 Bells.

In Happy Home Paradise, this item is unlocked for use in designing when doing a vacation home request for Julian.

Use in crafting

The Pisces fragment is used as a crafting material in the DIY recipes for the following item:

Recipes in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

# Item Image Type Buy price Available from Materials
487 Pisces lamp Pisces lamp Furniture Not for sale  Celeste
 Message bottle
Star fragment
Pisces fragment
Gold nugget
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Total Pisces fragments needed to craft all available items: 2.


When giving the Pisces fragment to Celeste, she will say the following:

"The gods were enjoying a fantastical banquet by a river when the terrible monster Typhon appeared! As the gods ran, Aphrodite tied herself to her son Eros with a rope so that they wouldn't be separated. They then turned into fish and fled, which is why Pisces is often depicted as two fish connected by a rope. While I enjoy that story, it does leave unexplored one detail about which I am terribly curious... How did the vain Aphrodite react on finding out that her constellation would portray her as a fish?"

See also