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WHAT SEA GLASS INFORMATION WOULD YOU LIKE TO SEE ADDED TO OUR SITE?

by David
(The "Really Green for a Reason" Pacific Northwest)

Although we try to cover all bases on seaglass-related subjects on Odyssey Sea Glass, there's a good chance we will overlook something of interest to you.


So here is where you can tell us what you would like to know more about.

To get an idea of what we might not have covered, you could look at the "Search/Contents" page (button in the left column here) to see the subjects we have some info on. Then go to your interest page and see if we really did provide what you're looking for.

When you find that there is not enough information, photos, and answers to questions, come back to this page.

Add your wishes, suggestions, and comments by clicking on the "add comment" link below.

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Apr 28, 2009
Shapes
by: Anonymous

Hi Cameron,

We do plan on putting up a page on shapes sometime in the future. In the meantime, if you have a unusual shape that you would like to identify or get comments on, go to Questions and see if someone can identify it.

David (editor)

Mar 20, 2009
Shapes of Sea Glass
by: Cameron

Hi! I really like your site. What I think I would like to see would be what different shapes of sea glass are there. Like what were they originally. I saw a bottle stopper that someone had found once.

Are those found very often? Also, I have some pieces with markings but I don't know what they came from.

Thanks!

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