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Black druzyBrown druzyBlue druzyDruzy quartz (also spelt Drusy or Druse) is a thin layer of quartz crystals covering the surface of a host stone. One good example of Druzy is the crystals filled inside the cavity of a geode.

The term Druzy refers to the tiny crystal which is formed within or on another stone in a large number. When the ground water that carries dissolved silica is forced to get filled into a porous area of rock, rapid cooling occurs and it causes a formation of minute crystals.

Check out three new designs made with Druzy Quartz.

The black druzy necklace includes black stick coral, chalcedony, yellow turquoise, coin pearl, and labradorite on sterling.

The brown druzy necklace includes a chunky Peruvian opal on leather and gold filled wire.

The blue necklace reminds of summer and the ocean. It includes freshwater pearls, chalcedony, mother of pearl, shell and Peruvian opal on sterling link chain.



  1. hi liz…

    i love this look…they look great…i may have to get you to make me some for early christmas presents….i keep telling myself, i need to start early….then comes december out of the blue…:o) have a great week!

    • archipelagojewelry
    • Posted February 26, 2008 at 1:49 am
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    Thanks Thuy. I love the druzy too since it is a very natural “raw” stone look.

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