Does anyone have any information on this piece?

by Dan
(Oxnard, CA)

Orange sea glass identification #2

Orange sea glass identification #2

By: Dan - Oxnard, CA - Aug 2012

I found this piece of suspected glass on the beach in Oxnard, CA.

It's a little over one centimeter in length.

It is a dark orange/red-orange color, and only allows a little light through.

From the research I have done, it looks like it could be 50-100 years old.

Any further info about its origin would be much appreciated.

If more pics would help, please let me know.


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Jan 18, 2018
Orange is Best!
by: David

Wow that is a beautiful piece of sea glass and my personal favorite color that I would love to find any day now LOL

No ID ideas on it though.

Dec 27, 2012
Good photos! Beautiful orange!
by: David @ Odyssey

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Dec 27, 2012
more pics
by: Dan

I have added some more pics. Thanks for your reply!

Dec 25, 2012
Could you send more photos?
by: David @ Odyssey

If you could possibly send in some clear close-up photos, I think we could get some definite answers.

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