Our Sea Glass For Sale through Dec. 5 click or tap here...

Sea Glass Window Scottish Fisherman's Museum

by David (editor)
(Los Organos, Peru)

Sea Glass Window Scottish Fisherman's Museum

Sea Glass Window Scottish Fisherman's Museum

I came across this beautiful "stained glass' sea glass window while browsing the internet. What a beauty!

The author of the page says, "These aren't really stained glass. My uncle, Garth Sterne, made them as memorial windows for the Scottish Fisheries Museum when he was curator there. They are made by collecting sand-washed glass fragments from the beach over many years and then gluing them onto glass. He also did one for the kitchen door of the cottage he and John shared. I do wonder if that's still there. This photo is by Pittenweem photographer Bill Hill."

Photo and cited info:

Comments for Sea Glass Window Scottish Fisherman's Museum

Click here to add your own comments

fishermans window
by: Mona

That is gorgeous! Love it!

Wow! That is beautiful.
by: Carla

I would love to make something like this. It's absolutely gorgeous.

Click here to add your own comments

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Coffee Break.

Red Sea Glass from Russia

Photo of the Month Winner  - September 2016

"Connecticut Beauty"

Barbara Perun

Submit your photo to Odyssey's  October 2016 Sea Glass Photo Contest

OdysseySeaGlass relies on advertising to cover costs of sharing sea glass info from around the world. Purchasing from an ad on our site costs no more than directly and provides us with a few cents income.

You will see Google and Amazon ads as well a few other advertisers as you view our pages. 

NOTE that some of these advertisements offer sea glass that is FAKE sea glass. 

We don't have control over these ads so be aware before you buy.

Browse Our List of Recommended Sea Glass and Beach Books


Beach Glass - naturally wave-tumbled and frosted glass found on fresh-water or salt-water beaches.

Sea Glass - beach glass found specifically on salt-water beaches

On What is Sea Glass