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Stock #:  PS2008

Category: Nautical Series - Blue Earring Sea Glass from the Olympic Peninsula, Strait of Juan de Fuca, Washington State

  • Grade: Jewelry A and Jewelry B
  • Color: Cobalt
  • Pieces: 4

$10.95 - Not available at this time







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Stock #:  PS2009

Category: Nautical Series - Blue Earring Sea Glass from the Olympic Peninsula, Strait of Juan de Fuca, Washington State

    Grade: Jewelry A
    Color: Cobalt
    Pieces: 4   

$11.95 - Not available at this time






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Stock #:  PS00045

    Category: Blue Earring Sea Glass
    Grade: Craft "A"
    Color: Turquoise/Aquamarine

$13.95 - Not available at this time






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Stock #:  PS00042

Category: Blue Earring Sea Glass

  • Grade: Jewelry "B"
  • Color: Cobalt

$11.95 - Not available at this time






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Stock #:  PS00041

    Category: Blue Earring Sea Glass
    Grade: Jewelry "A"
    Color: Cobalt

$11.95  SOLD









For Size Comparison
Size of dime cm
American Dime


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American Quarter




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