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Bal Krishna Photo Frame Is Made Of Slate

Product Code: SlateHandicrafts-02
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Lord Bal Krishna's Photo Frame is made of slate. The frame structure is handcrafted with great care and precision by a team of expert artisans who has been working in this domain for decades. 
Lord Krishna Photo Frame is a Slate wall hanging showpiece with a rectangular photo frame. The photo frame holds 8 inchx3.5 inchx0.5 inch  inches of photo and the design features Lord Krishna in a wood finish that looks like slate.
 

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Brand Name MouliK-Made With Love
Package Content One Lord Bal Krishna with Mata Devaki Photo Frame (Made of Slate)
Position Wall-hanging Photo Frame
Made From Slate
Size (HxLxW) 15Cm x 9Cm x 1Cm / 8"x3.5"x0.5"

Slate is a fine-grained, foliated, homogeneous metamorphic rock derived from an original shale-type sedimentary rock composed of clay or volcanic ash through low-grade regional metamorphism. It is the finest-grained foliated metamorphic rock. Foliation may not correspond to the original sedimentary layering but instead is in planes perpendicular to the direction of metamorphic compression.

The foliation in slate is called "slaty cleavage". It is caused by strong compression causing fine-grained clay flakes to regrow in planes perpendicular to the compression. When expertly "cut" by striking parallel to the foliation, with a specialized tool in the quarry, many slates will display a property called fissility, forming smooth flat sheets of stone which have long been used for roofing, floor tiles, and other purposes. Slate is frequently grey in colour, especially when seen, en masse, covering roofs. However, slate occurs in a variety of colours even from a single locality; for example, slate from North Wales can be found in many shades of grey, from pale to dark, and may also be purple, green or cyan. Slate is not to be confused with shale, from which it may be formed, or schist.

The word "slate" is also used for certain types of objects made from slate rock. It may mean a single roofing tile made of slate, or a writing slate. They were traditionally a small, smooth pieces of rock, often framed in wood, used with chalk as a notepad or notice board, and especially for recording charges in pubs and inns. The phrases "clean slate" and "blank slate" come from this usage.

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