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Beach Pottery Shard Sea Glass Necklace Sailboat Pendant Sea Pottery Ceramic Art Recycled Sea Glass Upcycled Jewelry Lake Erie Ohio Buckeyes

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Beach Pottery Shard Sea Glass Necklace Sailboat Pendant Sea Pottery Ceramic Art Recycled Sea Glass Upcycled Jewelry Lake Erie Ohio Buckeyes

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: pottery shard, sea pottery, beach pottery, pottery and ceramics
  • Favorited by: 7 people
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Beach Pottery Shard Sea Glass Necklace Sailboat Pendant Sea Pottery Ceramic Art Recycled Sea Glass Upcycled Jewelry Lake Erie Ohio Buckeyes

~Beach pottery shard 36 mm x 20 mm (looks like a sailboat to me)
~18" snake chain with extender included
~Collected along the shores of Lake Erie by me
Great gift idea for the person who has everythins!

Each piece of sea glass has a story to tell. Where did it come from? How long has it been tumbling? Who drank out of this bottle? Who ate off this plate?


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SEA/BEACH GLASS is formed from tableware, glass used on ships, bottles and household items that have been discarded into the water. In the past it was common to dump trash into the water. The new glass is broken into smaller pieces & slowly polished & smoothed by the sand as it is rolled around in the surf for many years.
COLORS
Most Common-White,Brown, & Green which comes from beer bottles, household jars
harder to find colors are- Sea foam, Olive green, aqua, cobalt blue & amber which comes from medicine bottles, soda bottles, and cosmetic jars.
RARE COLORS include Amethyst, Gray, Black, Teal, Lime green, Cornflower blue, Pink, Lavendar, & Turquoise which comes from purfume bottles, knickknacks, and candy dishes.
EXTREMELY RARE colors are Yellow, Red, Orange which comes from lanterns, fine china, milk pitchers and street lamps.
According to USA today/Travel Tips

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Beach Pottery Shard Sea Glass Necklace Sailboat Pendant Sea Pottery Ceramic Art Recycled Sea Glass Upcycled Jewelry Lake Erie Ohio Buckeyes

~Beach pottery shard 36 mm x 20 mm (looks like a sailboat to me)
~18" snake chain with extender included
~Collected along the shores of Lake Erie by me
Great gift idea for the person who has everythins!

Each piece of sea glass has a story to tell. Where did it come from? How long has it been tumbling? Who drank out of this bottle? Who ate off this plate?


Check out my other items at
www.etsy.com/shop/crystalsseaglass
Follow me on Facebook for discounts and interesting links at
www.facebook.com/crystalsseaglasscreations.com
View my Website & Photo Gallery at
www.crystalsseaglasscreations.com

SEA/BEACH GLASS is formed from tableware, glass used on ships, bottles and household items that have been discarded into the water. In the past it was common to dump trash into the water. The new glass is broken into smaller pieces & slowly polished & smoothed by the sand as it is rolled around in the surf for many years.
COLORS
Most Common-White,Brown, & Green which comes from beer bottles, household jars
harder to find colors are- Sea foam, Olive green, aqua, cobalt blue & amber which comes from medicine bottles, soda bottles, and cosmetic jars.
RARE COLORS include Amethyst, Gray, Black, Teal, Lime green, Cornflower blue, Pink, Lavendar, & Turquoise which comes from purfume bottles, knickknacks, and candy dishes.
EXTREMELY RARE colors are Yellow, Red, Orange which comes from lanterns, fine china, milk pitchers and street lamps.
According to USA today/Travel Tips

Thanks for looking!

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If you are no completely saitisfied with your purchase I will issue a refund minus shipping cost after item has been returned to me within two weeks in original condition. Buyer to pay for return shipping. I take great pride in the items I create and want you to love yours as much as I love mine.
DAMAGED PACKAGES: If you receive a damaged package/item. Please send photograph and return package to me as received so that I can open a case with USPS.
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DAMAGED ITEM If you receive your item broken/damaged please send photograph and return item for a refund.

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I ship USPS and mail item within 1-3 business days after payment has cleared. I am not responsible for delivery times. If you would like another shipping method please contact me.
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CUSTOM ORDERS AVAILABLE. Please keep in mind that I take great pride in my work and do not rush through any project. As long as I have the supplies on hand, most items can be made within one-two weeks.

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