Would anyone be able to tell me what kind of stone this is? It looks to have smoky quartz pieces throughout it but I’m not 100% sure. Has anyone seen something like this before? Thanks in advance!
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It appears to be plagioclase feldspar, the white part of the sample, with smokey quartz inclusions. This is a igneous rock. See if a knife can scratch the dark mineral, if it cant its most likely quartz which is common in this type of rock. Look close at the dark material is it glassy if it is then most likely it qaurtz.