This sample is relatively fine grained marble. The texture is granoblastic with random grain orientation. Maximum grain size is near 1.75 mm, minimum is .15 mm, and the modal size is around .75 mm. Twinning of calcite/dolomite crystals is ubiquitous and mostly follows rhomb edges. Grain boundaries are mostly sutured. Non-carbonate accessory minerals are extremely rare (~1%) and generally too small for definitive identification with a modal size near .1 mm. Based on birefringence value and lithological context diopside, sillimanite, or tremolite among others are possible identifications. Quartz is also present in lesser quantities. Most accessory grains appear as shapeless, rounded inclusions within calcite crystals or at grain boundaries. There is no appreciable weathering in this sample or visible macrostructure such as foliation.