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So simple so Beautiful. Sea Glass Bracelet that any beach boy or girl will love. These are made with sea glass that I scour my local beach for , this piece is beautifully frosted. My husband then drills and combines the sea glass with suede and bronze wire .This bracelet is self adjusting to any size,
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There is just something about the sea , the way the sun sets on the horizon on a clear sunny day or the pure force of the waves in a storm. The sea is Natures most spectacular force.

Picking up finds along the beach that over time, whether it be millions, thousands or just 50 years have been touched by the sea in such a way that every piece is individual. Just think when you pick up a pebble or a piece of sea glass where is comes from !!!! How many storms has it weathered, who has held it in the past. As a child I used to collect sea glass and imagine it was from a bottle, which a message had been placed into from a loved one smashed at sea never to be read .

What my point is you will never know but the fun is in imagining !!!!!!

This is what I do know all my pieces have been collected from a secret little cove of the Scottish coast and are all genuine. Just off the coast is a beautiful island the Ailsa Graig(fairy Island) which is a old volcanic plug which was active over 500 milllion years ago. The granite which makes up this island is unique to the Ailsa Craig and many of the pebbles that I find have granite specks in them. The sea is The Firth of Clyde which has some of the world best wrecks for diving. Many of these ships were sunk in storms full of cargo which was never recovered many off these ships were smugglers from Ireland bringing illegal cargos in to the caves dotted up and down this coast. All of these cargos over the years have slowly broken up and washed ashore and along the journey have turned in to beautiful sea glass, pottery e.t.c

Scottish Sea Glass Surfers Bracelet Seaglass


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: beach pebbles, sea pottery, leather, sea glass
  • Ships worldwide from United Kingdom
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