The word “druse” refers to a rock surface (usually a cavity) covered with tiny individual crystals, such as are found inside geodes or in large pockets of mineral deposits.
One of the most commonly found drusy is quartz (agate or chalcedony), but many other minerals can exist in this form like chrysocolla, uvarovite garnet, rainbow pyrite, rainbow hematite, cobalto-calcite, calcite, demantoid garnet, azurite, dioptase , turquoise etc
Drusy is the mineralogical term for a coating of very small crystals which occurs occasionally in the natural geological environment. Beautiful and sparkling – like thousands of tiny little diamonds scattered on the surface – Druzy appears fragile, but is surprisingly tough and durable when set into a piece of jewelry.
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