Is this Amberina?

by John
(West Chop, MA, USA)

I was walking on the beach on Martha's Vineyard, MA and I came across this piece. I had always wanted to find orange sea glass so i'm really excited to try and figure out were it came from. Could it be Amberina?

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Jul 17, 2019
Amber sea glass
by: Selkie’s Sea Glass

What you have here is amber sea glass. Amberina is red with orange undertones.

Jul 17, 2019
Amber sea glass
by: David & Lin

It is hard to say from looking at the photo. However, amber is the second most common sea glass usually from beer bottles. Unless there is an identifying mark it would be impossible to tell the origin.

Good question, though!

David & Lin

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