Edinburgh/Scotland Tuesday's Treasures

by Linda McCann

Sometimes a sea glass scavenge can leave me feeling a bit "hard done by", especially if I have spent 6 hours wandering the coastline, checking lots of different beaches, hunting in and out of every nook and crannie.

Other times, I feel like I have won the lottery and this was certainly the case last Tuesday.

There had been high winds over the weekend and they had unearthed this gorgeous silver plated fork and spoon, a lovely piece of red lens sea glass, lots of beautiful pastel coloured sea glass, a giant partial bottle bottom (10cm wide!), but my favourite find of all; the most perfect brown min bottle bottom, which has the deepest pitted frosting and not a nick in sight.

Best day ever!

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Apr 04, 2019
Beautiful finds
by: Carol

Hi Linda - awesome finds! Such pretty colors. The photos are excellent - the one reminds me of a bird nest. The spoon and fork are interesting - imagine who might have used those! Thanks for sharing your amazing treasures!

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