Red, Lavender, and Bumpy Green Sea Glass - San Diego?

by Teresa McCormack
(San Diego, Ca, USA)

Top view of red sea glass found in San Diego, Calif USA

Top view of red sea glass found in San Diego, Calif USA

~ Teresa McCormack
San Diego, Ca, USA

Red, Lavender, and Bumpy Green Sea Glass ID

Hello! I recently found these great pieces of red, lavender, and bumpy green sea glass here in San Diego.


 
The red is a heavily pocked flattened sphere, about 3/4" in diameter.

Red sea glass
Bottom Flattened


I don't know if it is cranberry glass or just a modern craft glass bead. Does anyone know? Thank you for your help!



The piece of lavender sea glass is approximately 3/4" x 1.5". It is pocked, so I'm wondering if it is indeed WWI era glass made with Manganese. Would anyone be able to confirm? Thank you for your help!

Lavender sea glass  Lavender Beach Glass
Flip Side

It is pocked, so I'm wondering if it is indeed WWI era glass made with Manganese. Would anyone be able to confirm? Thank you for your help!



The next one is a 1.5" x 2" piece of green sea glass with bumps that converge onto each other on the front and a slightly convex back (as in a bottle) found here in San Diego, California.

Green Bumpy Beach Glass
Front view of the sea glass

Does anyone have a clue to its source?

Green Bumpy Beach Glass
Back view of the sea glass

I'm making it into a necklace for my mom.

Green Bumpy Beach Glass
Front view of the glass with light coming through from behind


TIA for your help!

~ Teresa McCormack


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