Pink Granite, rich in potassium feldspars giving the distinctive pink hue, easily identifiable as a granite due to its mineral composition. Specimens come from Scotland and are supplied in a card tray with label.
Pink granite, like other granites is an intrusive igneous rock typically containing feldspar, quartz, mica & amphibole minerals. This variation contains potassium feldspar plagioclase that gives the granite a distinctive pink color as opposed to other variants, even Shap granite. This example was collected around Loch Rannoch, Scotland and like all of our rock specimens is available in various sizes and will be supplied in labelled card trays.