✅ SOLVED Pink rock?

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Hi Nikki, welcome to the forum! We have some folks who are good at rock ID but we need photos!! There are quite a few pink rocks so a photo is a must. Letting us know where the rock was found (state, country) helps too since not all rocks are found in all places.
 
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Hi Nikki, welcome to the forum! We have some folks who are good at rock ID but we need photos!! There are quite a few pink rocks so a photo is a must. Letting us know where the rock was found (state, country) helps too since not all rocks are found in all places.
I tried but it didn't work but have just added a photo now. The rock was found in my garden under a wall. Found in North Wales, UK.
 
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I believe it is called pink rose quartz.
 
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LOL, you nailed it gunsil.
 
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