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Beach Glass Art - Daisies - Real "Lucky Stones" from Lake Erie

Beach Glass Art - Daisies - Real "Lucky Stones" from Lake Erie

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HANDCRAFTED BEACH GLASS ART


FRAMED Daisies - Real "Lucky Stones" from Lake Erie - Bronzed FRAME IS 9" X 7" AND HAS HOOKS FOR HANGING ON WALL OR EASEL STAND FOR TABLE TOP PLACEMENT

Made from REAL LUCKY STONES FROM LAKE ERIE and REAL BEACH GLASS

Lucky Stone are the otolith of a Freshwater Drum fish, or Sheephead, a fish that can reach an adult size of 12 to 30 inches. The otoliths of the Freshwater Drum can get very large —about the size of a nickel, with a shape like the letter L on one side. An otolith is a bone-like structure in a fish’s inner ear that is used for balance. Because of their otoliths, fish can swim upright. Fish grow otoliths one layer at a time, much like an oyster grows a pearl. By looking at the layers, scientists can learn about the age of the fish. They can also determine some environmental factors by studying the layers.

Great Lakes fishermen and sailors called otoliths “lucky stones” and would keep them to ward off storms and other bad luck. These stones have been found at archaeological sites. They were possibly used as decorations or good luck charms by aboriginals

The Lucky Stones have a tell-tale "L" or "J" inscribed in them. One represents the left otolith and the other the right. The "L" is said to represent "Luck" and the "J", "Joy."
HANDCRAFTED BEACH GLASS ART


FRAMED Daisies - Real "Lucky Stones" from Lake Erie - Bronzed FRAME IS 9" X 7" AND HAS HOOKS FOR HANGING ON WALL OR EASEL STAND FOR TABLE TOP PLACEMENT

Made from REAL LUCKY STONES FROM LAKE ERIE and REAL BEACH GLASS

Lucky Stone are the otolith of a Freshwater Drum fish, or Sheephead, a fish that can reach an adult size of 12 to 30 inches. The otoliths of the Freshwater Drum can get very large —about the size of a nickel, with a shape like the letter L on one side. An otolith is a bone-like structure in a fish’s inner ear that is used for balance. Because of their otoliths, fish can swim upright. Fish grow otoliths one layer at a time, much like an oyster grows a pearl. By looking at the layers, scientists can learn about the age of the fish. They can also determine some environmental factors by studying the layers.

Great Lakes fishermen and sailors called otoliths “lucky stones” and would keep them to ward off storms and other bad luck. These stones have been found at archaeological sites. They were possibly used as decorations or good luck charms by aboriginals

The Lucky Stones have a tell-tale "L" or "J" inscribed in them. One represents the left otolith and the other the right. The "L" is said to represent "Luck" and the "J", "Joy."

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