Amber/Brown sea glass with inscribed holy cross?

by Lynda
(Kent, UK)

Makers Mark or Holy Wine? Amber/Brown sea glass with inscribed holy cross

Makers Mark or Holy Wine? Amber/Brown sea glass with inscribed holy cross

~ submitted by Lynda from Kent, England, UK

Sea Glass Question - 6th April 2013 Kent, SE England, UK

Although faint but very apparent in person, I'd love to know if anybody knows whether the etched holy cross is a manufacturers mark or emblem of some kind? 

It's a lovely chunky piece and I'd like to set it as a pendent so that the cross is quietly on display. 

The piece is just over 1 inch x 1 inch (2.5cm x 2.5cm).

by Lynda

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