Favorite Colors This has long been my favorite of sea glass color combination
Vivid Aqua, Cobalt Blue and Lime or Chartreuse Green
Find Of A Lifetime - Sea Glass Dump
This piece was found on my first trip to Seaham England and was the find of a lifetime. Pictured on top - found by Linda Jereb 2006. You can visibly see the patterns of flowers on the inside of the glass
This is what this item was originally, a Glass Dump. Glass dumps were made by glass factory workers at the end of the day to practice their trade. This piece was obviously not up to snuff and tossed into the sea.
Sea Glass Channel Marker Piece
When I first saw this piece I knew exactly what it had to be, a piece of an old channel marker (You know - Red Right Return) Possibly from a large lantern on a boat but because of the location it was found, Oregon Inlet NC, I believe it was brought up during a dredging operation.
Sea Glass Pontil Rod
A great example of a glass tipped pontil from England.
The glass used in tipped pontil's was usually white (as it was a cheaper glass) and molten colored glass would be gathered on the end and worked to a glass object in kiln. You can see by this piece how the rod was pulled as it was being taken away from the item, in this case, pink glass was being applied (TOP)
(BOTTOM) Rare aqua glass pontil with blue glass to be applied)
English End Of Day Glass
Natural sea glass and possibly it's source and old End Of Day Thimble. Glass workers were given
"End of day" glass was any item made by the glassworker's in their own time at the end of the day using up the remaining molten glass in the pots. It therefore tended to be a mixture of all sorts of colors.
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Jadeite Sea Glass
More English Sea Glass
Great example of true jadeite (made popular by Martha Stewart) and a vintage jadeite juicer that it may have been in it's former life
Glass found in Seaham England
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Star Bottom A cool bottom, with a star, Very old glass you can see the swirls in it! Used on cover of book "Frosted Glass"
Found In Old Nags Head
Cool piece maybe a decorative tile 1950's?.
Many pieces of red sea glass were tail lights from cars
Really cool pieces of blue pattern glass, looks to have been decorative window pieces.
Beautiful lavender pattern pieces with scrolling, vines and flowers. Lavender is glass is very old,,,Great stuff
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