Interesting Sea Glass Find

by Suzy
(New Jersey )

Here the piece is held up to the light

Here the piece is held up to the light

Hello Everyone!

I spent the past week in Cape Cod, Massachusetts combing the beaches. I found a really interesting piece in Provincetown, that I'd like your opinion on.

When I found the piece lying on the sand I classified it as a very dark forest green.

However, it wasn't until I brought it home and held it to the light that I noticed it had a deep turquoise-like appearance.

Any feedback you may have about it/or it's origin would be greatly appreciated!


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