Cape May Beach Mobiles

by Jim Conti
(Cape May NJ)

Coke Bottle Sea Glass Mobile - Cape May Beach Mobiles

Coke Bottle Sea Glass Mobile - Cape May Beach Mobiles

~ sea glass project submitted by Jim Conti in Cape May, New Jersey, USA

I craft Jewelry and Art around the Glass I find on Cape May shores "The Oldest Victorian Vacation town in the Country"...but the mobiles are definitely my passion...

I try to capture the Sea Glass' Natural Beauty by matching similar pieces and creating a layout for the mobiles.. or sea glass sculptures (as I like to call them)

Anyhow,.. hope you like it!

This is a Coke Bottle Sea Glass/driftwood mobile with some white and green sea glass mixed in.

It is about 22 inches tall and 12 inches wide

~ sea glass project submitted by Jim Conti

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Comments for Cape May Beach Mobiles

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Jul 04, 2010
seaglass mobile
by: Anonymous

Very cool do you sell your mobiles...i would love

Apr 28, 2010
seaglass mobile
by: Mona

Very beautiful! I love the way you layered the glass down to a v.

Apr 25, 2010
by: Mermaid's Purse

I actually like this one. Good job. Most wind chimes or mobiles I've seen made of sea glass were not very attractive. Definitely on to something.

Fair Winds and Calm Seas,
Deborah Leon

Apr 25, 2010
by: Anonymous

I do drill the glass and attaching the pieces with jump rings just takes a little practice with some needle nose pliers.. glad you like it... Jim

Apr 24, 2010
Beautiful Creation
by: Anonymous

This is a awesome sculpture. Can you share directions on how you made how are the links attached to the wood? How do you drill your glass?

Apr 24, 2010
That is so pretty
by: Anonymous

I love the way you put that together. Great job.

Apr 24, 2010
Seaglass Beach Scene
by: SuperNan(Donvale,Victoria,Australia)

It looks like [sea foam] with a [seashore] border of seaglass.
How pretty.
Must be great to have beaches littered with the glass.
Great pieces too!
Thanks for sharing your lovely work.
By the way, do you drill the glass?

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