You've probably read or heard about a "sea glass beach." You might even have had the opportunity to hunt one of these special beaches.
Some of the best known of these beaches are Fort Bragg Sea Glass Beach and Kauai's sea glass beach.
They are called sea glass beaches because you'll find an unusually-high concentration of sea glass.
There's far more sea glass on these "sea glass beaches" than on any normal beaches. Why?
First and foremost is that they were the site of garbage dumps, where a lot of broken glass from bottles, windows, and other glass ware was dumped along with old car parts, paper and produce, wood; you name it.
Or very rarely, a glass factory or artist dumped their glass nearby.
While most of the metal and rubbish rots or rusts away over the years, the glass stays. Glass doesn't rot or rust like metal or other materials.
Glass wears away slowly due to the grinding effects of waves along the shoreline, and is there for years after all the other trash is long gone.
You're left with a "Sea Glass Beach."
Read more about sea glass beaches at:
There are other special "sea glass beaches" scattered around the world that are less known... and there are certainly ones waiting to be "discovered."
Sea Glass Overstock Auction Lin and I are selling a whole bunch of overstock sea glass that we have collected over the years and MUST get rid of (yes, it's hard to let go).
This is an ongoing eBay Auction until we have signficantly reduced our overstock.
Here are some of the beautiful sea glass lots that you can bid on now!
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There are over 30 lots up at this moment with new lots being added daily.
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Happy hunting to all!
David and Lin Schneider