Soft cornflower blue sea glass will have you dreaming of a beach vacation in a cottage with a water view ...
Cornflower blue sea glass is a special, rare find! (The chance of finding cornflower blue is estimated at approximately one in 500.)
Discovered locally on a remote beach on Maryland's Chesapeake Bay, the gem's contours reflect years of tumbling in the waves and sand. Sea glass gem has been soldered with non-lead solder that follows the naturally irregular contours of the glass. Hand-formed wire swirl completes this beach treasure. Sea glass pendant measures approximately 3/4 inch in diameter and is suspended from an 18-inch silver chain.
All of the sea glass (beach glass) featured in my jewelry is genuine. Each piece has been naturally tumbled and shaped by the tides, currents, winds and sands. My sea glass comes from many places, including North Carolina's Outer Banks, Florida's barrier islands, and Maryland's Chesapeake Bay beaches.
Wearing sea glass jewelry is the ultimate in eco-conscious style! Glass that has been carelessly discarded is shaped and recycled by nature, and then given yet another life as it is transformed into wearable art. As Richard LaMotte states in his book, "Pure Sea Glass", "A diamond is created by nature and arduously refined by man, while sea glass is what man creates and nature refines for us."
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