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What is the Origin of this Sea Glass Bottle Shard?

by Lori
(Hatteras NC)

What is the Origin of this Sea Glass Bottle Shard?

What is the Origin of this Sea Glass Bottle Shard?

What is the Origin of this Sea Glass Bottle Shard?
Part of a Bottle

~ sea glass identification question submitted by Lori, Hatteras, North Carolina, USA

What are these sea glass bottle shards?

I found  these two big pieces of sea glass in the outer banks NC.

The one piece looks like it says: ullung Keine.  

The other is just a part of a bottle .

Didn't find in exact same spot so I didn't think they were from same bottle.


~ sea glass identification question submitted by Lori



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I believe I have a piece I found yesterday with similar striped markings. I came to look if anyone else had posted something similar. I'll try to upload the photo!

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