Quartz is a common crystal type that is found in many areas globally. It comes in a variety of colors. This specimen is a CITRINE with its recognizable yellow hue.
What makes this a unique piece is that the smaller crystal is bi-terminated. That means that there are two pointed ends. The bigger crystal has one with a cluster of crystals growing at the other tip. You can also see inclusions that run the length of the crystals. These inclusions are like the birthmarks of the crystal and help to identify and shed light on the processes that the crystal has gone through.