October 18, 2011

The DRUZY Stone that Razzles

The Wendy Mink stone of the week is DRUZY!

The DRUZY stone is comprised of tiny quartz c
rystals that form within or on the surface of other stones.

Ever wonder how it gets its color and textured surface?
The most commonly found DRUZY is quartz (agate or chalcedony). All colors found in the DRUZY stone are natural. Most coming from non-quartz species of druzy gems, such as cobalto-calcite (hot pink), uvarovite (day glow green), and rainbow pyrite (multi colored) among many others.

The colors of DRUZY Titanium are very hot and intensely bright. It shifts from a bright hot purple to that of a neon deep blue with some shade of red. The colors differ with the change in the viewing angles. The texture of each DRUZY piece depends on the nature of the crystals themselves.

In the past, DRUSY minerals were little more than a curiosity, of interest to serious mineralogists, but its radiant enchanting looks have made it a fashion must have this season! Here at Wendy Mink we have a variety of DRUZY rings in all shapes, colors, and sizes.

See below for some before and after examples of the DRUZY titanium stone!

Before: Pink Cobalt Cal

Before: Rainbow Pyrite


Come by the boutique at 72 Orchard Street, New York, NY or check out our newly revamped website www.wendyminkjewelry.com for more of the Wendy Mink Drusy Collection!

For inquires call the boutique at 212-260-5298 or email at store@wendyminkjewelry.com!

Remember all that glitters shines!

1 comment:

  1. I am loving Pyrite these days! I find that it's my fall go-to in jewelry and in nailcolor. Your pieces are gorgeous!!!