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Please identify this rock

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in the first pic you can see a white pattern like tiger stripes. The rock has triangles everywhere and specs of metal  throughout. Thank You for looking!

asked Sep 28, 2015 by Christine Poage (150 points)

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Unfortunately, it seems to be the most common white quartz.
answered Oct 6, 2015 by Birthstones.eu (1,600 points)
white serpentine jade said by a mineralogist. I sent a sample.
What do you mean by "serpentine Jade"? If its serpentine, its serpentine. If its jade, its jade. These are two independent substances. Serpentine can sometimes be polished to look like jade, but that would be green, not white.
It is a light green under the white oxidation. It is botryoidal nephrite jade. It is common here.

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