When looking at Victoria Falls quartzite, you might imagine a raging river cresting over a cliff’s edge, falling off the earth, and crashing below where the river continues. The white rapids churning. Scores of grey wash over the white stone with faint and thin lines of rusty gold, as if the sun were shining through the rough waters, etching their colors onto the stones of the river bed.
Because of the general white and soft grey tones in this stone, it would look great on any base. Though it would look best on a soft grey base. One that matches the grey tones within the stone.