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heidi on Mar 14, 20195 out of 5 stars
Thank you Carolyn for once again sending a package of brilliant cobalt blue sea glass ! And a surprise assortment of shells and sea glass ...the best ! Customer service and shipment is always great.
Hunting the highways and the byways of the beautiful sea for stunning bits of history in glass!
Somehow, this girl from the foothills of Maryland ended up on the most beautiful place on earth...North Western Puerto Rico. I have found a simple pleasure in finding sea glass...each piece tells a story, and I want to share it with everyone. I opened my shop in 2014, offering the first few pieces of sea glass that I found...and I fell in love.
In the winter of 2015 I began working with metals and incorporated silversmith jewelry designs and techniques. I felt this was the best way to tell the story and show off the beautiful colors and textures of genuine sea glass! This foray into jewelry allows you to carry a piece of the beach with you, no matter where you may roam.
HuntressbySea includes bulk sea glass and my own handmade designs. My customers can always rest assured that I have poured my own heart and soul into each design ❤️
So no matter if you are looking for bulk sea glass for your own designs, or are interested in mine, I am happy to provide both❤️❤️
I love collecting sea glass and creating jewelry! I offer pieces for other artisans to use and my favorite thing to do is to work in my studio and create my own beautiful designs.
Vary rarely does he venture into my studio, but when he does, the results are always enviable.
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Frequently asked questions
To bring a shine to sea glass, you may use a soft dab of mineral oil. To return the "frosty" appearance, a quick wash with dish soap and warm water does the trick!
Where does sea glass come from?
Sea glass appears on our shores as a result of disposal of glass items at sea! Glass that has been tossed in the waves of the ocean becomes 'hydrated' -the "c" markings and the pitted surface indicate this chemical change that occurs. These markings help indicate age and wear and tear as a result of the journey over the sea and waves
How do you find sea glass?
I walk and swim and dive at many many locations here in Puerto Rico. I look for beaches close to river mouths, shipping channels, and areas that are (or were) densely populated. These are areas that run off and will deposit into the ocean any of the treasures I'm seeking!
I see what I like but I wish the sea glass was a different color-what can I do?
Message me! I'm always happy to work on a custom order for you! I have a very extensive collection so chances are I may find just what you're looking for!