Geology Compact Mirror - Mica Schist from Loch Eilt, Scotland rock thin section (M60)
A thin rock section of Mica Schist was viewed using crossed polarising filters. This is a metamorphic rock which shows two different types of mica with a background of quartz and feldspar.
From Loch Eilt, Lochaber, Scotland. Part of the Moine Schists. 900 million years old, when the most advanced life was single celled algae in the ocean.
These elegant and useful mirrors measure 63mm in diameter and are 8mm thick. They open to reveal a plain mirror on each side and are ideal to keep in your bag to ensure you always look your best! The reverse of the mirror features an intricate engraved design.
The image has been printed using the dye sublimation process, meaning that the image actually penetrates the surface, resulting in a high gloss scratch resistant finish. They are supplied in a small gift box including a description of the image, making them ideal as a gift.
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Please note these mirrors are printed to order so will be despatched within 2 working days of order being received.