Identifying My Sea Glass

by Judy Dehart
(Medina, Texas)

Identifying My Sea Glass

Identifying My Sea Glass

~ Sea glass identification question submitted by Judy

 I came across some sea glass at an estate sale.

They told me that the couple collected sea glass on their travels.

I do not know where it came from.

Please look at the pictures and give me any information you can, like if you think it is real or tumbled sea glass and what grade or color you would give it.

Thank you,

submitted by  Judy

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Jun 23, 2011
indentify sea glass
by: Anonymous

I think it is real sea glass. But it looks like it was at least partially melted in a fire (bonfire glass) at one time and then tumbled some more. The color looks like a sea green or emerald green.

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