Can anyone identify this?

by Adriane W.
(Lancaster County, PA)

I believe it's ceramic. Definitely not plastic. It doesn't show up in the picture very well but some areas are frosted. Found in Old New Castle, Delaware.

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May 05, 2020
Delaware River
by: Anonymous

I have found several of these on the beach in Pennsville NJ.

May 05, 2020
Vitrite pieces
by: Kelli

Hi! Those pieces look like vitrite insulators from lightbulbs. I have a few and they are a deep purple when lit with a flashlight. I also just recently found a completely intact cobalt blue insulator, made on some lightbulbs in Japan or Germany. I had to consult a lightbulb collector to find out what it was. Nice finds!

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