Sea Glass in the Making

My sis and I are big fans of sea glass.  She’s remarkably adept at finding the stuff. Everyone has their own idea of what constitutes glass that is “finished.”  And while these pieces aren’t worn beyond recognition, I think few would argue they should have stayed in the sand.IMG_9494IMG_9497

2 thoughts on “Sea Glass in the Making

  1. I always tell people that when glass is not quite ‘cooked’ I throw it back into the sea so that the tides can finish the tumbling process, however, I would make an exception for unusual patterns or colours like these. In fact i address the uncooked glass problem in one volume of my children’s books, which you can read about at kickstarter.link to pre-order. I have a few interesting items myself that i would never sell on peblsrock.uk but not as awesome as these two. I’m jealous!

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