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So the heart shaped one has rainbow like flecks in it-- kind of like an oil spill really. The reddish-orange one appears to have small cracks in it. I've been searching for hours, I can't figure them out! enter image description here

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The heart-shaped stone is larvikite. It consists of several minerals, of which the most spectacular is called labradorite, a type of feldspar.

Your red stone is probably jasper.

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From appearances, I would say the heart might be labradorite, while the red stone looks like carnelian.

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