Cobalt Blue Beach Glass Identification?

by Kamibob
(Stone Harbor NJ)

Cobalt blue beach glass found in Stone Harbor NJ

Cobalt blue beach glass found in Stone Harbor NJ

Found in Stone Harbor NJ

Can anyone help to identify this piece of sea glass?

~ question submitted by Kamibob in New Jersey

Identifying sea glass pieces is not easy.

The more letters, symbols, etc, the more possible that an identification can be made.

As far as the age of the sea glass, that also depends mostly on identifying what that shard is from.

Here on Odyssey Sea Glass, we have thousands of visitors, some of whom are real experts in identification.

Hopefully, we can get some ideas on the provenance (origin) of this piece.

David and Lin at Odyssey Sea

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