🔎 UNIDENTIFIED Rock Id help

Laur4

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Does anyone know what this is? I think it's feldspar, I am not sure what type though. Please ignore the silver specks all over it! my mom accidentally got spray paint on it lol..
Its a white/pink rock that is very reflective. When I move it seems to light up reflecting light. Thank you!
 

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Could be Feldspar or Calcite or several other things. Can you do any mineral tests to help us out ? a location where it was found might be a start as well.
 
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Laur4

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Could be Feldspar or Calcite or several other things. Can you do any mineral tests to help us out ? a location where it was found might be a start as well.
I found it in Mahwah NJ. I can try to do a mineral test such as a hardness test, I don't have a lot of experience with testing rocks. I do have some streak plates as well if that would help. I also posted this in rock id help section and one person responded that it could be something called franklin marble. I'm not sure what this is. Thanks for your reply.
 
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