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Sea Glass Italy

by David Schneider
(Bow, WA, USA)

Sea glass from Italy

Sea glass from Italy

~ submitted by David and Lin, Odyssey Sea Glass

A couple of weeks ago, Lin had a customer trade some sea glass from Italy in exchange for making her a pendant out of one of her pieces.

As you can see in the photo, it is interesting that this beautiful sea glass that we received as part of the commission reflects the soft colors of wine, olives, and balmy Mediterranean afternoons.

A special reward was the black (very dark olive) piece of sea glass.

~ submitted by David and Lin, Odyssey Sea Glass

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Salerno, Italy Sea Glass report
by: Dana - USA

Name of the Beach - Salerno

City nearest to that beach - City of Salerno

The state, country, or island where the beach is. Italy

Report - Lots of various colors of green, white, little bit of blue and lots of variation of aqua.

Big, medium and small sizes.

We also found several marbles.

Scalea, Italy - Sea Glass Report
by: Christine Colella

Scalea, Italy (Calabria) - Rated: Good (6-15 jewelry grade sea glass pieces per hour)

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