Brown Sea Glass Face?

by Jeoff Hall
(Rockport, MA USA)

~ sea glass photos submitted by Jeoff Hall, Rockport, MA USA

Brown glass face?

This raised image...

... looks like a man's face but it is not a skull so I don't think it came from a bottle marked for poison.

I'm looking for details on its age and origin.

~ sea glass photos submitted by Jeoff Hall, Rockport, MA USA

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Jan 02, 2021
Brown seaglass with face
by: Anonymous

Today we found and old piece of seaglass with a face very similar to the one in the comments anove

Feb 19, 2018
Brown seaglass face
by: Cathy from Ct.

It looks like a piece that I have, which I believe to be from an old whiskey bottle I don't remember off the top of my head but I think it was called Quaker or old Quaker if you Google that you will find images. My piece is my most treasured piece of seaglass. And I almost didn't pick it up, because I have so much brown!

Apr 09, 2017
Old decanter top
by: Anonymous

Interesting. Maybe from the top of an antique decanter?

Apr 05, 2017
Really interesting
by: Sinnai

I don't remember ever seeing this face. It seems it would stick in one's mind if it was from a familiar brand. Good question.

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