Can anyone identify this strangely shaped piece?

by Elizabeth B.

The whole piece

The whole piece

~ sea glass question submitted by Elizabeth B.

ID on Sea Glass found at Elbow Cay, Bahamas

I would have uploaded this sooner, but I only just found this site recently. :)

Last July, I was on Elbow Cay, a very small island in the Bahamas. There was amazing sea glass there!

The most unusual thing I found was this clear, solid, almost teardrop-shaped piece!

It's slightly ridged outside the perimeter, and the bottom was broken off at some point and formed a sort of inverted cone.

I have no idea what this thing could have come from! My best guess is maybe a chandelier of some sort?

There were many shipwrecks nearby because of a coral reef.

Does anyone know where this piece of glass might have come from?

~ sea glass question submitted by Elizabeth B.

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Oct 22, 2016
The daubber to a perfume bottle
by: Ely

The daubber to a perfume bottle

Aug 24, 2016
I believe it to be is a Top of an old Candy Dish
by: Bissys Sea Glass

Our collection is mostly made up of vintage glass.

Type in google vintage glass candy dish And then click on images looks like it could be.

Hope this helps

Aug 12, 2016
ID strangely shaped piece
by: Heather H.

Looks like what's left from a glass fishing float. Stu Farnsworth is a renowned collector and seeker of these gems.

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