Interesting Sea Glass Find

by Suzy
(New Jersey )

Here the piece is held up to the light

Here the piece is held up to the light

Here the piece is held up to the light
The piece is on the bottom row in between the large brown circle piece and the kelly green piece

Hello Everyone!

I spent the past week in Cape Cod, Massachusetts combing the beaches. I found a really interesting piece in Provincetown, that I'd like your opinion on.

When I found the piece lying on the sand I classified it as a very dark forest green.

However, it wasn't until I brought it home and held it to the light that I noticed it had a deep turquoise-like appearance.

Any feedback you may have about it/or it's origin would be greatly appreciated!


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