4 large sea glass blocks?

by Lacey
(San Pedro, CA USA)


~ photo was submitted by Lacey, San Pedro, CA USA

Approximately 15 years ago I came across these, what I believe to be sea glass blocks, at an estate sale in Torrance, CA.

I have never seen anything similar to them especially the size.

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On one piece there is what seems to be a calcium -like inclusion (for a lack of better terms)growing on it.

I used a Kodak EasyShare C813 to take this photo.


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Slag?
by: Anonymous

We collected some similar I think called slag outside an old bottling glass factory where the end of day molten waste was dumped and formed large glass rocks. They are quite beautiful!

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