willowblacklab

Seaglass Beach Glass Nova Scotia surf tumbled

Barrington, Canada · 530 Sales

willowblacklab

Seaglass Beach Glass Nova Scotia surf tumbled

Barrington, Canada 530 Sales On Etsy since 2007

5 out of 5 stars
(381)

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Genuine Surf tumbled seaglass beach glass found in Nova Scotia.
I guarantee that my beach glass is always 100% genuine and is only made by Mother Nature.
I accept returns if emailed with the details first.
Also known as beach glass, seaglass or mermaid’s tears, this collectible is formed after years of tumbling in ocean waves, softening the sharp edges of shards of broken glass.
Sea glass originates from man-made trash - bottles or jars tossed overboard ships or dumped with other garbage into the ocean, where they would break into pieces and tumble around. Most sea glass found today dates before the mid 1960's (when plastics became the norm). A perfectly smooth piece may have been in the ocean for decades, even a century. Collectors value the glass for its beauty and the mystery of its history - whose hand might have held the original item? What story might the sea glass tell?

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Looking for a deal on shipping. If buying several lots , contact me first for a quote. The more you buy the more you save on shipping.
Genuine Surf tumbled seaglass beach glass found in Nova Scotia.
I guarantee that my beach glass is always 100% genuine and is only made by Mother Nature.
I accept returns if emailed with the details first.
Also known as beach glass, seaglass or mermaid’s tears, this collectible is formed after years of tumbling in ocean waves, softening the sharp edges of shards of broken glass.
Sea glass originates from man-made trash - bottles or jars tossed overboard ships or dumped with other garbage into the ocean, where they would break into pieces and tumble around. Most sea glass found today dates before the mid 1960's (when plastics became the norm). A perfectly smooth piece may have been in the ocean for decades, even a century. Collectors value the glass for its beauty and the mystery of its history - whose hand might have held the original item? What story might the sea glass tell?

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5 out of 5 stars
(381)
SparklingGlow

SparklingGlow on Oct 19, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

A 'Survivor' of many years of an Ocean journey...Still magnificent in its beauty and splendor!

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Last updated on July 26, 2016
I have been selling online since 2003. Willow is my black lab. I was taking her for walks on the beach and found out what beach glass was. I've been hooked ever since.

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