Beach Glass Mystery

by Roger

Beach Glass Mystery

Beach Glass Mystery

~ sea glass photos submitted by Roger, Wisconsin USA

Mar 26 2017 - Beach Glass Mystery?


I live in Sheboygan, Wi. and my wife and I frequently search for beach glass along Lake Michigan. 

I found these two pieces, about a year apart and 2-3 miles apart.

I was just wondering why they would already have holes in them.

Any ideas?

Thank you for your time.

~ sea glass photos submitted by Roger, Wisconsin USA

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Apr 02, 2017
Sea glass
by: Marge

I have scoured the beaches in Sheboygan Wi and have NEVER found anything resembling sea glass. Please let me know where these pieces were found

Apr 02, 2017
Beach glass mystery
by: Anonymous

Looks like they might have been some sort of worn down buttons from many years ago! My guess.

Apr 01, 2017
Possibly Old Buttons?
by: Linda

They look as if they could have been buttons.

Mar 30, 2017
by: Kim

I was always told any seashell, rock, or beach glass that has a hole in it is a portal for faeries to travel into & out of our world. ;)

Mar 30, 2017
by: Gaye R

I drilled pieces of sea glass to make a bracelet. They looked similar.

Mar 30, 2017
Chandelier pieces
by: Selkie's Sea Glass

These look like the joining pieces from a chandelier.

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