Great find at Avila Beach, any one know what it is.

by Jon
(San Jose, CA)

it is 5 inches by 3/4 inches, I thought it was plastic but it is glass. There are no marks, letters or anything like that to help tell what it is.


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Aug 13, 2010
sea glass
by: Anonymous

This is a 'frog' used to keep cut flowers arranged in a vase

Apr 18, 2010
Thank you everyone.
by: Anonymous

Thanks everyone for letting me know what it is. I would have never thought of that. Thanks Jon

Apr 17, 2010
Great Find at Avila Beach
by: Jeanie

Definitely looks like a flower frog for arranging flowers. I had one that was glass that I bought through "Princess House" - Interesting find.

Apr 14, 2010
A frog
by: Donna

It looks like a glass frog that they used to arrange flowers.

Apr 13, 2010
Flower Frog

It's a flower frog. It probably once had a matching vase and your lid sat on top of the vase. It was used for flower arranging. The 'frog' held the flowers in place. Here is a link that talks about it:

What a fun find!

Apr 13, 2010
I Think
by: Nancy

This looks to me like a flower frog, which they used to put in the bottom of bowls and vases to keep the flowers set upright. Cool find on a beach.

Apr 13, 2010
by: gwen

I seem to remember things like this being some kind of flower arranging accessory.

Apr 13, 2010
I don't know, but i think its cool!!!
by: kelly

hi jon, i don't know what it is, being a very new sea glass hunter myself. but i think it's cool.... wish i found it! If you find out and have the time, please let me know. I just moved to San Francisco last week and found hundreds of pieces, but no whole ones.

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