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For those of you who know me well, you know I am a huge admirer and collector of Lundberg glass. If you are not yet knowledgeable about these magnificent works of art, allow me to give you a brief history. Back in the 1970's, the two Lundberg brothers started a glass making factory in Davenport, California. Their unique method of creating glass products helped make some of the most beautiful vases, paperweights and other glass objects the USA has ever created. In fact, Lundberg glass has been displayed in the Smithsonian Institute, the White House, the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Art Institute of Chicago among other institutions.

It is believed that at the end of the production day, the workers would dump the remaining glass into the Pacific. It was called end-of-day glass - same way end-of-day glass was created in Northern England. Decades later, it is widely-believed to be the source of the magnificent sea glass washing up on one particular beach in Santa Cruz, California.

Now, I do not collect my own Santa Cruz sea glass. It is not for the faint of heart. The waves are known to be fierce. It does not wash ashore often. Mostly, to find it, you need to stand in the surf and dig for it. I have heard of a collector breaking a leg doing so. I have a chronic ankle issue. As much as I am aching to get in those waters myself, I know I cannot :( So, I purchase pieces from a well-known Santa Cruz sea glass hunter in my circle of colleagues. This lovely piece is the first of many that I will be creating and listing in the coming months.

This Santa Cruz sea glass gem is stunning! It is pretty cobalt blue with a white stripe on its front. The back of the gem is pretty as well. Please check out the pics! I dangled a .925 Sterling Silver whale fluke in front. This piece is sure to turn heads! So, so rare. This piece is truly one-of-a-kind. I can promise you that there will never be an exact duplicate of this piece found! The pendant measures 1/2" by 1".

A 20" .925 Sterling Silver chain comes with the pendant. If you prefer 18", just convo me. It also comes beautifully-boxed with pretty ribbon.

If you have any questions, please contact me.
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Santa Cruz Sea Glass Necklace RARE Blue And White With Whale Fluke

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: sterling silver chain, genuine sea glass, sterling silver jump ring, sterling silver whale fluke charm
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  • Ships worldwide from United States
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