Micaceous

  • (adj): Hydrous silicates of or relating to or resembling mica.

Some articles on micaceous:

Tammie Allen - Art Work
... Although she had already been working in ceramics, in 1995, Allen began experimenting with micaceous clay ... Micaceous pottery has a glittery surface, due to the presence of mica flakes in the clay ... The pottery she presented did not resemble typical micaceous cooking pots ...
Geology Of The Australian Capital Territory - Lithology - Ordovician
... the type locality is a repeating pattern of sandstone, micaceous sandy shale, mudstone, black argillaceous and radiolarian chert ... The Ordovician turbidites, consisting of greywacke, feldspathic sandstone, micaceous siltstone, micaceous shale, chert, and phyllite, are very similar in all parts of the Tasman Orogen ...
Anthony Durand
... When he returned to Picuris in 1976, he became intent on preventing the Picuris micaceous tradition of pottery from dying out ... The primary and most important source for gathering micaceous clay by Picuris potters was located four and a half miles east of their village ... it is known as “Mowlownan-a” or “pot dirt place.” This site not only provided the best micaceous clay source but also had deep religious and ...
Saint-Paul-la-Roche - Geology
... Gneiss Nappe mainly comprises micaschists associated with micaceous paragneisses, paragneisses and medium-grained leptynites, the Upper Gneiss Nappe is mainly composed of paragneisses enclosing some leptynites ... from argilites, the paragneisses most probably from Neoproterozoic greywackes and the micaceous paragneisses from more clay-rich greywackes ... Within the micaschists and the micaceous paragneisses there are streaks of garnet-bearing amphibolites, which in some places also invade the paragneisses ...