Mica or “vermiculite” is a mineral formed during the chemical reaction between quartz and granite. When exposed to extreme heat, the mineral expands to 2000 or even 3000% of its original size in a spectrum of brilliant colors. The properties of this mineral have been known in Japan for 6 centuries.
The graphite collection includes endless variations of mica: the popularly textured mica is combined with mica shells, mica mixed with recycled paper, or mixed-size mica with a very natural look. Some elements are printed in Japanese Zen gardens with a pattern reminiscent of raked sand, others are embossed with metallic foil, in a tiny, square design, or in an elegant wave.
The natural luster of the mineral stones enhances dark colors such as graphite, night blue, onyx ...
The glitter to a miracle stone or lflint also called.
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