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Druzy crystals form on the surface of minerals. They appear as tiny, sparkling crystalline points. When mineral crystals such as garnet, chalcedony or amethyst form, there is sometimes a layer of condensed crystal points that harden on the surface of the stone. This translucent layer is known as a "druzy encrustation," hence the name "druzy crystal." The druzy has a texture similar to sugar crystals and brightly sparkles when held up to light. Druzy crystal is primarily found on agate, chrysocolla, chalcedony, jasper and cobalto carnite; semiprecious gems that can be found in various locations throughout the world.