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I found this olive green, seaglass bottle rim on a Dublin shore. Sea glass can take 50 to 100 years to reach this level of frosting. It happens through the slow, natural process of the sea water leaching the lime and soda elements from the glass.
Recogniseable bottle rims are among the rarer of seaglass finds and they make interesting conversation pieces.
The colour is a dark olive, rarer than kelly green or beer bottle green. It most likely came from an imported wine bottle or medicinal jar, perhaps. Who knows, maybe it originated from a trading ship or the table of a wealthy household and somehow ended up in the ocean. The Irish Sea holds its secret tight, so we can only guess how it started out.
The (optional) crochet chain was made specially for me by my Etsy colleague, Mo of http://www.etsy.com/shop/HuggleKnits. It is black, hypoallergenic cotton and closes with a wee button. This is so handy if you are throwing the pendant on in a hurry or without a mirror. It is also super comfortable to wear.
'Tidal Wave' pendant will look amazing with a white cotton t-shirt or dress in summer, but it will also go with various greens or cream and even black in the cooler seasons. You can get lots of wear from this piece of Irish sea treasure.
PENDANT: under 1.5 inches (c35mm)
GLASS: just over 1 inch
NECKLACE: 18 inches
CROCHET CHAIN IS OPTIONAL. PLEASE CHOOSE AT TIME OF PURCHASE
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